Because it was 62 degrees yesterday but it will still snow tomorrow, this edition of Short Takes looks at 5 years of Surface Pro, an unfixable Skype bug that was already fixed, Amazon v. Microsoft, and so much more.
Microsoft is expanding the reach of ATP and will soon offer it for users of Windows 7 but only if you are also running Windows 10.
In a recent post on the G Suite Updates blog, Google announced several new updates to it Hangouts Meet Room hardware lineup, including a new camera and a new combination speaker-microphone.
Because I’ve fallen and I can’t get up, this edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s latest marketing gaff, Build 2018 vs. Google IO 2018, Google vs. Nest, Broadcom vs. Qualcomm, and much, much more.
Google is taking a big step forward with G Suite to make it so that you no longer need to use Office while using the cloud service.
Microsoft is playing hardball and will offer corporate customers free ‘One Drive’ services if they are currently contracted with another vendor.
Microsoft is about to refresh its SKU offering for Commercial customers and they are also making significant changes to their Windows 10 S SKU offering as well.
Because we get much closer to Spring every day, this edition of Short Takes corporate earnings from Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Amazon, and some of the interesting facts we can mine from each. Plus some other stuff.
Microsoft has announced that if you are running Windows 7, you will not be able to install Office 2019.
Microsoft’s second quarter ended on December 31st and the company announced earnings for the time period of revenue of $28.9 billion which is a 12% increase over the prior year.
Intel’s latest fix to patch the Spectre vulnerability is causing more issues than it fixes; Microsoft to the rescue.
Because winter in Narnia was shorter than this, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s coming $1 trillion market cap valuation, a major Surface Laptop correction, Microsoft v. AWS, and much, much more.
Amazon recently announced AWS Auto Scaling, a new service that enables admins to simultaneously configure scaling options for multiple AWS resources.