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Where Microsoft Might be Going with One Outlook

Last October, I wrote about One Outlook, Microsoft’s vision for...

Jan 12, 2021|Tony Redmond

Windows 10

Patch Tuesday – July 2020

Microsoft releases 123 security updates, including a patch for a critical Windows Server DNS bug and Hyper-V RemoteFX vGPU gets disabled.

Jul 15, 2020|Russell Smith


Microsoft 365 Knowledge Series Episode 6: Enabling and Managing Remote Work

 In this blockbuster episode, Stephen and Paul are joined...

May 28, 2020|Petri Staff

Windows 10

Paul Thurrott’s Short Takes: August 16

Because wormable is a fun word, this edition of Short Takes looks at a serious new Microsoft update warning, Surface PCs getting throttled by a firmware update, Cortana’s summer of defeat, human-powered AI, and much more.

Aug 16, 2019|Paul Thurrott


Patch Tuesday – May 2019

This month’s quality update for Windows 10 is so good that it installs itself twice, Microsoft releases patches for Intel Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) attacks, and there’s a fix for a zero-day flaw in Windows Error Reporting.

May 27, 2019|Russell Smith

Windows XP

Paul Thurrott’s Short Takes: May 17

Because we’re all going to die anyway, this edition of...

May 17, 2019|Paul Thurrott

Microsoft Azure

Everything You Need to Know About Azure Infrastructure – March 2019 Edition

As we approach Build, Microsoft is ramping up the Azure announcements; here's everything that happened last month.

Apr 1, 2019|Aidan Finn

Office 365

New OWA Makes Categories into Favorites

Microsoft is still building out the new OWA (for Exchange Online) interface. One new feature is the ability to make categories into Outlook favorites. This seems like a small thing, but it's really quite useful if you make an effort to use categories. Some people will love it. Some will say "blah."

Jan 10, 2019|Tony Redmond

Microsoft Azure

The Cloud Predictions for 2019

With 2019 right around the corner, Aidan makes a few predictions about what we will see in the year ahead.

Dec 28, 2018|Aidan Finn

Exchange Server

The Tenth Version of Exchange Shows There’s Life in this On-Premises Server

Microsoft released lots of information about Exchange 2019 at the Ignite conference. Administrators will love some of the new features, but end users will find little to amuse them. But then again, the Exchange on-premises story is all about being a bulletproof enterprise-class email server. And that's just what Exchange 2019 delivers.

Sep 25, 2018|Tony Redmond

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