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M365 Changelog: Reminder: Microsoft Graph privacy controls to fully replace the classic Office Delve control in July

Last Update: Jun 27, 2023

MC266073 – Starting July 1, 2021: Microsoft Graph will no longer consider the Office Delve privacy settings as part of the Item Insights controls. The transition period for Office Delve and Item Insights privacy settings ends July 1, as stated previously (MC251870 April 2021). After July 1st, Microsoft Graph will no longer consider the Office Delve…

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VMware Gets Behind Kubernetes to Build-Run-Manage in the Cloud

VMworld is happening this week and if you need a brief of everything announced on day one, we have you covered.

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Microsoft Partner Benefits Intact for Now but Change is in the Air

Microsoft dug themselves out of a pit of pain last Friday when they reversed the decision to nix some popular partner benefit just before the Inspire conference in Las Vegas. However, the world is changing and the cloud is where the action is. Microsoft pays to deliver services from the cloud and that cost must be either absorbed internally or transmitted to partners. That simple fact makes it sure that difficult conversations await in the future.

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Windows Subsystem for Linux Improvements in Windows 10 Version 1809

Now that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been rereleased after the initial rollout was paused in early October, here is a list of improvements Microsoft has made to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in Windows 10 version 1809.

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First impressions on Compliance Manager Preview

Microsoft released Compliance Manager Preview, after initially announcing the new service during Ignite 2017 in late September. It is, for now at least, a free service for existing Office 365 customers, that aims to provide a management interface for organization’s compliance management activities.

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Servicing Options for Windows Server 2016 Announced

Microsoft announced a bunch of information about Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) at the Worldwide Partner Conference on July 12th in Toronto including how Microsoft will service, or release new features, to Windows Server 2016 after general availability.

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What Does Windows Server 2016 Mean for Small Businesses?

Russell Smith discusses why there’s no immediate hurry for SMBs to upgrade to Windows Server 2016.

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Everything You Need to Know About Office 365  – July 2019

This month, it’s all about Teams as Microsoft pushes its users away from Skype and tells its salesforce to take a look at PBX.

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Microsoft To Surpass 100 Million Office 365 Users in 2017

Microsoft’s Q1 FY17 results contain the news that the annualized revenue run rate for commercial cloud products is now over $13 billion. Perhaps even more interesting is the news that the new official figure for Office 365 monthly active users is 85 million. At this rate, the 100 million barrier will be cracked in early 2017.

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Security: The Next Big Battleground in Computing?

Satya Nadella’s recent “trust in computing” speech highlighted the need for dependable, secure, trustworthy computing. Let’s look at how Microsoft is slowly building out Windows 10 to provide that trust for enterprises across all types of devices.

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