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Tracking Down Obsolete Accounts Last December, I wrote about how the problem of identifying obsolete guest accounts that exist in an Office 365 tenant. An increasing number of applications support Azure B2B Collaboration and create guest accounts to allow external people to access content. Teams is a great example, as are the sharing links used...

Last Update: Oct 19, 2022


Windows AutoPilot, Coming this Fall with the Creators Update

Last Update: Jul 29, 2022

With the release of the Fall Creators Update later this year, Microsoft will be introducing a new feature designed to streamline the deployment process called Windows AutoPilot.

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From Azure to the Edge, Microsoft’s Announcing Several AI, ML, and IoT Features at Build 2019

Last Update: Jul 25, 2022

Microsoft is expanding its Azure, IoT, end Edge services ahead of build with new features and options as the company continues its push deeper into the cloud-computing era.

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Microsoft Teams Rolls Out CART Captioning Support For Meetings To GCC Customers

Microsoft has started rolling out CART captioning support to its Teams collaboration platform, allowing meeting participants to view real-time captions coming from a certified third-party provider. This new capability is one of the top requested features by users and is a great alternative to existing AI-powered live captions available in Teams. “CART (Communication Access Realtime…

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Amazon Location Service is Now Generally Available

Location and mapping are vital aspects of many mobile applications. However, developers face significant barriers to integrating location functionality into their applications. Integrating location services with your other mobile and web services can be difficult and time-consuming. Plus, there are issues around cost, privacy and security. First announced as a preview back in December 2020,…

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Patch Tuesday – May 2021

This month Microsoft has released quite a low number of security patches for Windows. But there are still some nasty bugs that need your attention. Including a wormable bug in http.sys, a vulnerability in IE11, and a wireless networking flaw that could let an attacker disclose encrypted information. Windows and Windows Server This month’s cumulative…

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Microsoft Delays Teams’ Fluent Update, Native Notifications

Microsoft has delayed native notifications in Teams and Fluent icons.

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A Roundup of Microsoft’s RSA Announcements

The 2020 RSA is taking place next week but Microsoft is announcing the general availability of several services ahead of the event.

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Microsoft Moves Ignite to a New Location, New Dates

For the past couple of years, Microsoft has hosted Ignite in Orlando, Florida. But for 2020, the company is moving the event to a new location and it will also be earlier in the year.

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Microsoft’s new Edge Browser is Generally Available Starting Today

Microsoft’s new Edge browser is here but it’s not coming to your environment just yet; the company is taking the slow road to pushing this update out to everyone.

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