You can programme the Band with notifications so you’re instantly aware when systems fail – or your boss is contacting you.
There are several key factors to consider for IT Pro’s looking at implementing Hybrid: Getting up to speed and keeping current with new features and options as well as getting your skills up to date.
This is the first in a series of articles exploring the concept of DevOps, its evolution and adoption within the Enterprise, and what you can do to equip yourself in this Brave New DevOps World.
Do you have company owned mobile devices or employee-owned mobile devices that receive email? Of course, you do everyone does. Do you have a Mobile Device Management solution that you’re paying lots for but only using little of?
Whether you are migrating your email system to Office 365 using a Cutover, Staged or Hybrid migration, having the correct DNS configuration is key to performing a successful migration.
This might be a recurring theme but worth mentioning again - Azure continues to change and expand at an alarming rate. On the one hand this is simply scale, for example we now have access to bigger compute resources like the G class virtual machines, ever cheaper storage, and higher and higher limits on what can be done.
This week I had the opportunity to catch up with Brad Anderson, CVP Enterprise Client and Mobility at Microsoft, as I usually do to film the Endpoint Zone.
Earlier this month Office 2016 for Mac was announced and includes updates to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, as well as Outlook and OneNote. Office 2016 for Mac Preview is integrated with the cloud so your documents can be accessed on OneDrive, OneDrive for Business at anytime, anywhere and on any device.
Many of us have flown and many of us have have been held up by a late flight which is annoying for us , expensive for the airline, and a potential safety issue for air traffic controllers juggling to get aircraft landing slots.
Last week I ran the Azure AD Core Skills Jumpstart on Microsoft Virtual Academy and, as always, there were lots of questions from the audience. I thought I’d take all the questions that I could find in the questions queue and dump them to a file and compile and FAQ for you to peruse. Useful if you did or didn’t, get your question answered.
Followers of this blog will know that I am pretty quick to take new certification exams produced by Microsoft. There are several reasons for this ranging from occupational hazard as an MCT to the fact that it is often, in my opinion the best time to take and pass these tests.
One of the biggest barriers to training and certification is money. So, imagine if money wasn’t a factor. You could get all the training you desired for your chosen career - for the rest of your life - free.
Last week we announced the release of our newest free eBooks on. We've compiled them here in this article.