On TenForums.com where I volunteer as a team member, we have replaced Skype for Business with Microsoft Teams Free for our regular TenForums Live webcasts. These webcasts are online meetings, open to all TenForums (TF) members and guests alike. I set up these meetings using my O365 Enterprise account and credentials, then share a link
At Microsoft Ignite 2018, Microsoft introduced a new self learning service named Microsoft Learn. At the moment, it includes some self learning courses and learning paths for Azure, Dynamics 365, PowerApps, MS Flow and PowerBI. Judging by various off-the-record comments, Microsoft intends to expand this course list in the future. Quote from official announcement on
MS ups authentication ante with Bounty, support for open Standards and an authenticator app, to help protect users’ identities from compromise, theft, and misuse.
Azure Password Protection and Azure Smart Lockout are now available to all Azure AD customers. Read more at Win10.guru.
Last week I wrote about the importance of us IT pros dealing with Windows to join Windows Insider Program for Business. A few days ago, Ed wrote about Windows AutoPilot and where it’s going, mentioning two new cool features in AutoPilot. Both of these new interesting new features are currently only available as previews for
We have used Email Signatures for Office 365 from CodeTwo (https://www.codetwo.com/) for two months now. CodeTwo is a Microsoft Gold Partner that specializes in tools for O365 / Exchange email. Email Signatures for Office 365 is an Azure-based tool. It permits tenant admins to create, edit and manage email signatures centrally for the entire tenant. An
Lenovo announced this week that it will start supporting Windows AutoPilot as the first Microsoft OEM Partner to do so. This excerpt from that post states the benefits: For the first time, IT Administrators will have the option to leverage Lenovo’s direct integration with Windows Autopilot’s capability to register Lenovo PC’s to their Azure Active
Thursday marked the second and final day of Microsoft’s Amsterdam Tech Summit. Leaving immediately after the last session, I managed to get myself to Amsterdam’s Main Railway Station about 15 minutes before my train departed. After a stressful journey of over 8 hours on a train filled with people travelling for the four-day Easter
Waking up quite early I decided to go to RAI Amsterdam, the venue for the Tech Summit. I got there a few minutes before 8 AM. This turned out to be excellent timing, because I was there exactly when the doors opened. I registered myself, enjoyed the complimentary breakfast and took a stroll around “The