The next generation of wireless connectivity is launching soon and next year, Windows 10 PCs with 5G will be released by various OEMs.
GDPR is coming and Office 365 tenants need to be prepared to deal with topics like data spillage and the right to be forgotten. It’s easy to see how to remove someone’s PII from Exchange mailboxes and SharePoint Online, but you might have a bigger challenge dealing with offline data in PSTs and OneDrive-synchronized folders. More to ponder…
Aidan Finn tells you about a service in Azure called Key Vault, which you can think of as secret storage/handling-as-a-service.
This month’s cumulative update for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update sees the OS build bumped to version 16299.248.
Shane Young has already introduced you to building your first Power BI report and your first PowerApps app. Now, he is going to make sure you know about the coolest idea ever, combining the two.
It’s time to start seriously planning your migration to the cloud and starting with SharePoint has the ability to pay immediate dividends.
Now that so many apps (like Teams) create Office 365 Groups, it’s logical that some of the groups will serve their purpose and then need to be archived. Office 365 offers no way to do this, but conceptually it’s a reasonably easy task and something that PowerShell handles with aplomb.
Aidan Finn discusses Azure DevTest Labs, a way to provide self-service for developers and testers with helpful automation but budge control for the business.
See how the cloud can enhance your backup and DR capabilities and make sure that you are prepared for the next interruption to your environment.
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.
In this article. I will make an overview of the IT Roadmap Planning Tool for Microsoft 365.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith discusses why Puppet and DSC together is often the best configuration management solution in mixed Windows/Linux environments.
Teams is one of Microsoft’s hubs for teamwork within Office 365. People work with documents all the time and the documents are in SharePoint Online libraries. However, Teams imposes its own view of documents and omits some of the functionality available through the SharePoint browser interface. This doesn’t seem to matter very much, except in the case of data governance.