The quiet after the storm has come… either you’ve gone big bang and migrated all your mailboxes to Office 365 in one hit, or you’ve slowly but surely moved your mailboxes over to the Microsoft Cloud. Time to make a cup of tea and bask in your awesomeness.
SQL Server 2016’s arrival is reassuring news for data platform administrators and developers who worry they’ll get left behind if they can’t adopt Microsoft’s cloud services.
Statistics show that insiders leaking confidential information or gaining access to content that they are not supposed to causes much concern for the IT organization.
One of the big selling points for Windows 10 is the enhanced security features, developed to tackle the modern day challenges that simply weren’t around in the days of Windows 7 or 8. Let’s take a look at the headline security features first.
Friday Five gives you the top five things you need to know for this week that happened in the world of Windows and Enterprise Mobility at Microsoft, from Simon May, Microsoft Technical Evangelist.
Having problems setting up Cortana on your Windows 10 device? Ed Baker may have the answer
For years, the conventional wisdom has been that the happier an employee is, the more productive he or she will be. External contributor Rick Delgado looks at how accurate an assumption this really is.
Simon May gives his five-item round up of what has him excited in Enterprise Mobility and Windows this week.
Windows 10 is more than just the latest version of a PC’s operating system; it’s an IT modernisation toolkit. Gavin Payne looks at how Windows 10 will bring stability to the workplace.