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Microsoft Brings Windows 10 to Retailers

While most people associate Windows with personal computing devices such as PCs, tablets, and phones, Microsoft is of course bringing Windows 10 to a much broader array of device types. And this week, Microsoft added retailing to that list.

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SPC14: Microsoft Courts SharePoint Developers, Promotes Interoperability

Learn about Microsoft’s surprising moves towards openness and interoperability, as reported by Karen Forster from the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2014.

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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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Everything You Need to Know About Windows – April 2021

Microsoft prepares to release the Windows 10 May 2021 Update. The news and interests taskbar flyout is coming to older versions of Windows 10, and Microsoft adds Linux GUI app support to WSL in an Insider build. And there’s much more! So, let’s get started. Windows 10 ‘Known Issue Rollback’ fixes KB5001330 bug Microsoft released…

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Top 10 SharePoint 2013 Features

Is it worth upgrading to SharePoint 2013? We think so. Check out our top 10 new SharePoint 2013 features.

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Getting Started with Windows Server 2019 System Insights

Install Windows Server 2019 System Insights using Windows Admin Center.

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Windows Server 2019 Essentials Gets Stripped Back

Microsoft says that it is working on some recommendations for its small business customers on how best to replace the lost features in Windows Server 2019 Essentials.

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Network Device Naming in Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V

Aidan Finn shows you why and how to use a new feature in Windows Server 2016 that is called Network Device Naming.

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Leaked Slides Reveal Windows Server vNext Nano Server Role

Some Microsoft PowerPoint slides leaked over the weekend reveal a new “Nano Server” role in Windows Server vNext. Editorial Director Jeff James gives us his take on the news.

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Could Windows 10 and Windows Server vNext End the Reliance on Passwords?

Could Windows 10 and Windows Server vNext’s new next generation credentials capability help end our reliance on passwords? Russell Smith shares his thoughts in his latest article.

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