Microsoft finally launched an updated interface for managing Azure Active Directory in the Azure Portal, which makes it available for administrators of all Microsoft enterprise cloud services.
Russell Smith outlines two new features of Azure Active Directory Connect, Seamless Single Sign-On and Pass-Through Authentication.
Microsoft is obviously putting a lot of effort into improving the functionality available in the OWA and Outlook clients, but only for Office 365 users. It’s now got to the point where on-premises customers must be wondering where their next update will arrive. The answer may be “Never”.
The Modern SharePoint Team Site releases Document Library and List Web Parts, which provides for an easier and more user-friendly experience for business users.
Aidan Finn walks you through configuring a StorSimple appliance as a file server/NAS.
Microsoft has released the Report Message add-in for Outlook 2016 to help Office 365 users report when spam arrives into Inboxes or messages are incorrectly treated as Junk. It’s a good way to get information about new threats to Microsoft security researchers.
Outlook 2016 click-to-run desktop clients are now getting the necessary code for the Focused Inbox feature. It’s a good step forward when a really important client is upgraded with an important feature, but you kind of wonder what’s happening for the poor-old on-premises community…
Jussi Roine shares the beginning stages of how he built a security surveillance system that integrates with Microsoft Azure and Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Q3 FY17 results tell us that Office 365 now has over 100 million monthly active users. That’s great, but the really interesting thing is how many on-premises seats remain to move to the cloud.
Jasper Oosterveld shares guidance through this series on driving adoption for Office 365.
Microsoft is preparing to release its productivity apps in the Windows Store which will help show the company’s commitment to Windows Cloud.
A French law might force companies to turn Office 365 off at the weekend. It might be blissful to never receive mail or be asked for a document when you’re supposed to have downtime. The question is how to make this happen with Office 365?
Shane Young discusses managing user content by using PowerShell and Patterns and Practices PowerShell to write your own script.