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Potential Problems Lurk When OneDrive Users Block Office 365 Searches

by Tony Redmond

It's hard to find and fix every legacy on-premises setting. In the case of OneDrive for Business, it allows users to stop their site appearing in search results. That doesn't sound too bad, but blocking search affects many other Office 365 features and it's a good example of how a legacy setting can have a big influence in the cloud. Fortunately Microsoft agrees and they're going to fix the problem. We don't know when or how the fix will come, but when it does, users won't be able to disable eDiscovery for their OneDrive for Business site.

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    EU Formally Charges Google with Antitrust Violations, Will Investigate Android Too

    by Paul Thurrott

      European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager on Wednesday formally accused Google of violating antitrust laws by abusing its dominance in Internet search to harm competitors and consumers. Additionally, Ms. Vestager said that her European Commission was investigating whether Google forces phone makers to favor its own services on the Android mobile OS. Google controls… Read More