Todd and Shane discuss SharePoint Online conditional access, PowerShell, Privacy Dashboard, an AI company, and trolling the patent filings.
This week’s snippets span the tenth anniversary of PowerShell, a survey indicating that Office 365 has a solid lead in deployments over G Suite, Windows 10 Mobile finally gets the new authenticator app, Outlook starts to look like mini-CRM, why dynamic groups don’t work for Teams and Planner, and an interesting document from Microsoft describing Office 365 tenant isolation.
Microsoft’s fight to keep its European customers’ data private is back in the news. The U.S. Justice Department wants a court to revisit a ruling preventing the government from reading email stored in an Irish data center. Not only is the data stored outside the U.S., but the owner of the data isn’t a U.S. […]
Microsoft Windows 10 comes under fire for privacy. The Electronic Frontier Foundation last week reopened the case against Redmond’s telemetry and personalization efforts. Despite acknowledging previous press stories were wildly incorrect, EFF paralegal staffer Amul Kalia argues his case with sincere passion…
Russell Smith shows us how to stop various Windows 10 apps and OS components from sending or receiving data to and from Microsoft.
Here’s a quick tip on how to set the telemetry level in Windows 10 using Group Policy.
Ever since the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has come under fire about the privacy implications of the OS and now the company is fighting back.
Russell Smith discusses the changes to the wording of Microsoft’s Services Agreement and how Windows 10 might help decrease the amount of pirated software.
Late last week, Microsoft announced that Brad Smith, its chief legal counsel since the antitrust days, has been promoted to president and chief legal officer. This is notable for a few reasons, not the least of which is that Mr. Smith is the first Microsoft president since 2002. Brad Smith will report directly to Microsoft […]
Microsoft’s Brad Smith announced this morning that Microsoft is the first cloud provider to adopt the ISO/IEC 27018 cloud privacy standard.