July was a busy month for Azure announcements, in this post, we wrap it all up so that you can stay up to date on the latest announcements.
Do you keep hearing about this PowerApps thing but not really sure what it is? If so, you have found the right article to help you get over the hump and get productive.
SharePoint Online not only provides controls to enable/disable document/site sharing with external users but also some features to manage how existing site members can share or not share existing documents in a site or even the entire site.
SharePoint continues to be awesome and Microsoft continues to make cool investments. Check out this month’s news and highlights.
Shane Young shares a monthly dose of Office 365 information.
Shane Young shares a monthly break down of the content you need to know and his two cents on what you should do with it
Shane Young has already introduced you to building your first Power BI report and your first PowerApps app. Now, he is going to make sure you know about the coolest idea ever, combining the two.
Get connected to PowerApps and create your first app.
Microsoft and Reddit have teamed up to make searching the site a little bit better and also adding a new tool for marketers.
Jasper Oosterveld, Microsoft MVP & Consultant, reviews the latest updates to the customizations of the Modern SharePoint Team Site look and feel.
VMware is upset with Microsoft over its new Azure service and will not provide support for the platform.
In this post, I’ll discuss one of the hottest subjects that my customers want to learn more about; Microsoft 365.
In the coming weeks, Microsoft is going to release a free cross-platform tool that will help you improve the performance bottlenecks in your SQL databases.