On this edition of the Enterprise Dish, Brad and Dux dive into how to get the most out of Microsoft’s upcoming Ignite conference, Microsoft Teams reaches feature parity with Skype for Business, and a lot more.
With the company announcing today support changes to Office and Windows, Microsoft is throwing in the towel on trying to force you to upgrade.
With the Windows 7 support window quickly coming to an end, Microsoft is throwing everything it has to make sure you will upgrade before time runs out.
When Microsoft announced Windows 10 and said that they were going to move Enterprise customers to a rapid update cycle, IT Admins from around the globe likely choked on their morning coffee. Microsoft’s ambitious task of modernizing the corporate world has been met with significant headwinds and the company is once again changing its stance […]
Microsoft has announced that they will offer extended support for Windows 7 but unlike with Windows XP, it will not be free.
Microsoft is making changes to the lifecycle support of Office 2016 and support on Windows 8.1 for Office.
A recent survey revealed that 22% of executives in small to medium businesses continue to share email passwords. There’s no way this should happen inside Office 365 because many techniques exist to support more secure collaboration. Take your pick from mailbox delegation, shared mailboxes, Office 365 Groups, and Teams
In this post, Aidan explains what tiering is in Azure File Sync, how to enable it, and how the policy-based system works.
Looking for a few tips on how to troubleshoot issues with Azure File Sync? Aidan has some insight on how to resolve your problems.
Microsoft’s cloud platform is having a rough day with Azure experiencing a significant outage and Office 365 inaccessible for others.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell explains how you can defer Windows 10 Feature Updates by up to 18 months.
Despite Microsoft’s claim that its Edge browser in Windows 10 is faster than Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, putting Edge through its paces in several different benchmark tests shows that it is slower in those that simulate real-world usage.
Office 365 Administrators have many ways to access user data. It’s important to set up a policy to control and then verify that access. If you don’t, your administrators might be looking into Exchange mailboxes, SharePoint, and OneDrive without oversight. And that would be a bad thing.