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Windows Server 2022

Improved Containerization Features Coming in Windows Server 2022

Microsoft recently announced the first preview of Windows Server 2022,...

Mar 23, 2021|Russell Smith

Podcasts

MJFChat: What’s New With Microsoft’s Power BI?

We’re doing a twice-monthly interview show on Petri.com that is...

Mar 15, 2021|Mary Jo Foley

Windows 10

Best Practices for Deploying BitLocker with Intune

To protect data at rest on your Intune-managed Windows devices,...

Mar 15, 2021|Ru Campbell

Yammer

M365 Changelog: Changes coming to the default new Yammer setting

We are pleased to announce the next phase of the new Yammer experience. In September 2020 (MC222345), we released an opt-in toggle for new Yammer for all users.

Mar 13, 2021|Petri Staff

Microsoft 365

Microsoft Begins the Process to Shutdown Window Store for Business and Education

And now it looks like Microsoft is taking more decisive action, at least for the business and education storefronts. The company has announced, via MC244068, that the company is starting to wind down the business and education stores.

Mar 11, 2021|Brad Sams

Yammer

M365 Changelog: Announcing general availability of guest support in Yammer (native mode)

MC244062 – Yammer networks aligned to native mode currently do...

Mar 11, 2021|Petri Staff

Office 365

HAFNIUM Highlights the Problem with Removing the Last Exchange Server

Unless you have been living under a rock for the...

Mar 10, 2021|Steve Goodman

Microsoft 365 Changelog

M365 Changelog: Microsoft Authenticator code matching for MFA notifications

MC242338 – We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank...

Mar 10, 2021|Petri Staff

Windows Server

Patch Tuesday – March 2021

Microsoft released patches to fix 82 security bugs in Windows...

Mar 10, 2021|Russell Smith

Windows Server 2022

Rumors of Windows Server’s Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

I am frequently left somewhere between amused and exasperated when reading a statement that Windows Server is “dead” or listen to an industry commentator question the release of Windows Server.

Mar 9, 2021|Aidan Finn

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