Because it’s that time of the year again—by which I mean Microsoft Ignite—this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s first store in London, an undersea data cable, Uber’s London problems, and so much more.
Because it’s ides of September, this edition of Short Takes looks at Project Honolulu, new Surface rumors, Azure confidential computing, supposedly high Microsoft Edge usage, and much, much more.
Google recently announced Dedicated Interconnect, a new service that enables enterprise-level consumers to connect directly to Google Cloud Platform.
Aidan Finn explains how you can use Alerts in Microsoft Azure to monitor the performance of Azure virtual machines and create alerts or trigger actions when performance breaches pre-defined thresholds.
Avoid these five common hybrid cloud mistakes to make sure that your environment is ready for the modern infrastructure.
Microsoft recently launched a limited public preview of Archive Storage and Blob-Level Tiering in Azure storage accounts. What does this mean for Azure customers?
Because tech partnerships are such fun, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft and DACA, Microsoft and Adobe, a security hole Microsoft won’t fix, a security offering Microsoft is now trialing, and much more.
Aidan Finn shows you how to use Azure virtual machine performance threshold alerts to trigger email alerts or start automated-response actions.
Aidan Finn teaches how to capture packets from the NICs of Azure virtual machines using Network Watcher and inspect Azure network traffic at the packet level using Wireshark.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at Chromebooks and why they have become a popular choice for small businesses.
Google is sending Chromebooks to Microsoft resellers and customers in an attempt to get them to explore what Google has to offer.
Aidan Finn demonstrates how you can use Azure’s Network Watcher to check if one Azure virtual machine can talk to another.
Amazon has announced that VMware Cloud is now available on Amazon’s AWS platform. With this update, users of VMware’s Software-Designed Data Center (SDDC) can now take advantage of the scalability and security provided by AWS.