SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure posts from the community

  • FoundationSync 2.71 Released
    FoundationSync 2.71 has been released for SharePoint Foundation 2013. This solution is designed to keep User and Group information in the User Information List up-to-date across all Site Collections on a SharePoint Foundation farm. The solution will also pull pictures from Active Directory or Exchange Server (tested with Exchange Server 2013, but should also be compatible with Exchange Server 2016). The release is available from the… ... read more
    Source: Trevor SewardPublished on 2017-03-27By Trevor Seward
  • Microsoft adds new calling features to Skype for Business
    Microsoft is adding new features to its high-end Skype for Business service, just as Amazon and Google are trying to get into the enterprise cloud-conferencing game. ... read more
    Source: ZDNet – About MicrosoftPublished on 2017-03-27
  • Microsoft brings Cortana to the Android lock screen
     Following a series of beta trials, Microsoft officially announced this morning that it’s bringing its virtual assistant Cortana to the lock screen of Android devices. Initially, Microsoft had tested putting an overview of your day on the lock screen – offering information like the day’s weather, commute times, flight or meeting information, and more – where it could be… Read More ... read more
    Source: TechCrunchPublished on 2017-03-27By Sarah Perez
  • Adding offerings and UK Region: Azure rolls deep with PCI DSS v3.2
    Check out our AoC Go here to download Azure’s Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) v3.2  Attestation of Compliance (AoC)! When it comes to enabling customers who want or need to operate in a cloud environment AND also need to adhere to the global standards designed to prevent credit card fraud, they need look no further than Azure.  Why put off until… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Alice Rison
  • Securing Data With SQL Server 2016
    Microsoft SQL Server 2016 provides advanced enterprise data protection with built-in security features to help safeguard your organization’s data. SQL uses multiple layers of security: Robust auditing Transparent data encryption Dynamic data masking Row Level Security Always encrypted technology SQL Server 2016 will secure data for mission-critical workloads and protect stored and inactive data. NIST has named SQL the database with the least vulnerabilities of any… ... read more
    Source: Fpweb.netPublished on 2017-03-27By Crew
  • Microsoft’s Spring fling: Is another new Surface device category coming?
    Microsoft's anticipated Spring hardware launch is unlikely to feature the Surface Book 2. So what else might be on the docket? ... read more
    Source: ZDNet – About MicrosoftPublished on 2017-03-27
  • Azure Data Factory’s Data Movement is now available in the UK
    Data Movement is a feature of Azure Data Factory that enables cloud-based data integration, which orchestrates and automates the movement and transformation of data. You can now create data integration solutions using Azure Data Factory that can ingest data from various data stores, transform/process data, and publish results to the data stores.  Moreover, you can now utilize Azure Data Factory for both your cloud and… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Andres Juarez
  • Skype for Business drives digital transformation
    Today’s post was written by Ron Markezich, corporate vice president for Office 365 Marketing. Office 365 is a universal toolkit for collaboration with more than 85 million monthly active users, designed to address the unique workstyle of every group. Through integration with Outlook for email, SharePoint for intelligent content management, Yammer for networking across the organization, and Microsoft Teams for high-velocity, chat-based teamwork—Skype for Business… ... read more
    Source: Office TeamPublished on 2017-03-27By Ron Markezich
  • Azure Relay Hybrid Connections is generally available
    The Azure Relay service was one of the first core Azure services. Today’s announcement shows that it has grown up nicely with the times. For those familiar with the WCF Relay feature of Azure Relay rest assured it will continue to function, but its dependency on Windows Communication Foundation is not for everyone. The Hybrid Connections feature of Azure Relay sheds this dependency by utilizing… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Justin Conway
  • Now Available: Mastering the SharePoint Framework – Starter Bundle
    Read this post in its entirety on my site: Now Available: Mastering the SharePoint Framework - Starter BundleIf you are interested in signing up to my newsletter to get the most recent posts via email, either visit my site and signup using the widget in the bottom-right corner, or just head to this form and give me your email address.Did you know I co-host a… ... read more
    Source: Andrew ConnellPublished on 2017-03-27
  • Join me at the Microsoft Tech Summit in Copenhagen this week
    Join me later this week for the Microsoft Tech Summit Copenhagen, it is held from March 30-31st at Bella Center in Copenhagen. I will be attending the conference and I am looking forward to it. It is 2-days of great networking with peers, knowledge sharing and a lot of great sessions from Microsoft. Microsoft Tech Summit is a conference roadshow hosted by Microsoft and it is… ... read more
    Source: Peter SchmidtPublished on 2017-03-27By Peter Schmidt
  • Large-Scale Analysis of DNS Query Logs Reveals Botnets in the Cloud
    This post was co-authored by Tomer Teller, Senior Security Program Manager, Azure Security. The arms race between data security professionals and cybercriminals continues at a rapid pace. More than ever, attackers exploit compute resources for malicious purposes by deploying malware, known as “bots”, in virtual machines running in the cloud. Even a conservative estimate reveals that, at least, 1 in every 10,000 machines are part… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Roy Levin
  • How to set site closure and deletion policies in SharePoint Online
    We have all been there – you go and do an inventory of your SharePoint environment, and you make it to the subsites that have last been touched by the humans five years ago. Moreover, the site owner has left the company, and no one knows what the site is for and what kind of content is there. To avoid such trivial situations, it is wise… ... read more
    Source: Gregory zelfondPublished on 2017-03-27By SharePoint Maven
  • Command Line: Using dotnet watch test for continuous testing with .NET Core 1.0 and
    I've installed .NET Core 1.0 on my machine. Let's see if I can get a class library and tests running and compiling automatically using only the command line. (Yes, some of you are freaked out by my (and other folks') appreciation of a nice, terse command line. Don't worry. You can do all this with a mouse if you want. I'm just enjoying the CLI.… ... read more
    Source: Scott HanselmanPublished on 2017-03-27By Scott Hanselman
  • Application role in MinRole is also acting like front-end role
    This post is not going to introduce what MinRole in SharePoint 2016 is. You are better to get it from massive number of articles written by SharePoint experts in the community. Personally MinRole is only helpful to those who are not familiar with designing and administering medium to large farm. When Microsoft says “Hey you only need to select the role this server is going… ... read more
    Source: Thuan NguyenPublished on 2017-03-27By Thuan Soldier
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