Shane Young shares the bad, the good, and the best ways to manage your accounts when it comes to PowerShell, including prompting, plain text variables, hashed files, and his new favorite, Windows Credential Manager.
Microsoft’s Build conference tickets are now on-sale, but if you plan to attend, you need to act quickly as they will likely sell-out in the near future.
Teams and Planner are excellent examples of new functionality that Microsoft can create using the toolkit of parts that exist within Office 365. The two applications have excited and delighted customers since their announcement, but the applications are not yet complete. Some challenges exist that Microsoft really needs to take on to round out functionality and capabilities.
Amazon has announced a new chat service called Chime that will take on Skype for Business but the high price point may be a turnoff for many potential customers.
Aidan Finn explains how Microsoft changed the process for upgrading the Hyper-V integration components in a Windows guest OS virtual machine.
Learn how to create an alert in Azure Monitor.
Microsoft is introducing a new set of tools that will give IT admins more control over Surface hardware, including the ability to turn off features like the webcam.
Microsoft is introducing three new security features for Office 365 that the company hopes will make the product indispensable in the productivity space.
Microsoft has announced that Azure SQL Advanced Threat Protection will reach general availability in April of 2017.
What is the difference between Dfs-R and Storage Replica in Windows Server 2016?
Because the irony is so thick I could cut it with a knife, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft and patents, Microsoft’s big legal win, and much, much more.
Quickly provision your first virtual machine in the Azure cloud.
Microsoft has announced that Visual Studio 2017 will arrive on March 7th and it will be accompanied with a two-day virtual event demoing the tools new features.