Elon Musk’s Open AI organization used Azure to power its AI bot that was able to beat the top players in Dota at the recent International tournament.
Because Jamon Iberico is God’s perfect food, this edition of Short Takes looks at a surprisingly contentious and controversial week for Microsoft.
Jasper Oosterveld compares the Modern SharePoint experience to the Classic SharePoint experience.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you what you can do with Office 365 Forms.
Microsoft has announced a new SKU of Windows 10 Pro for workstations and it will arrive this fall with the Fall Creators update.
Consumer Reports is no longer recommending Surface hardware after their survey found that 25% of owners had issues in the first two years.
Sjoukje Zaal gives an overview of the different flavors of Azure Active Directory.
On August 9, Microsoft launched the Office 365 Groups expiration policy into preview. It expires groups after a set period and helps keep the spread of groups under control. All sounds good, but the new feature needs an Azure Active Directory Premium license, which isn’t so welcome.
Google announced this week that they have added support for 37 new languages to Google Optimize, the firm’s website testing and optimization service, something that can be beneficial to teams that are spread across the globe.
In the second part of this article, Russell Smith looks at Network Attached Storage solutions for SMEs.
If left unchecked, the dip in productivity during the SharePoint adoption period may have a negative impact on business and make users fall back to the old systems. Learn how to minimize the productivity drop by inflating morale, deflating expectations, and accelerating learning.
Microsoft is removing certificate authorities from WoSign and StartCom from Windows 10 after multiple violations of its Trusted Root program.
The Azure AD team changed the sign-in experience used by services like Office 365 to improve and rationalize it. But things didn’t work out so well as tenants reacted badly to the way Microsoft communicated the change. Or rather, failed to communicate the change.