It's the little things like configuration settings and app permissions that can make swapping devices so frustrating: Sure, a blank slate is nice, but it's even nicer when things just work like you expect them to, with minimal fuss....More
Many questions followed my article introducing Office 365 Planner, so clearly I didn’t do such a good job explaining the topic. Here’s an attempt to do so in a question and answer format. If you have other questions, try asking them in the Planner group in Microsoft’s Office 365 Network.
What is Office 365 Planner?...More
Steve Ballmer has never been one to be quiet, and his time since stepping down as CEO of Microsoft has been no exception. Even though he now describes himself as an “outsider” at the company who sits down with his successor Satya Nadella a few times a year, he still has plenty of thoughts on how the company is doing — and where its head should be at....More
Apple's enterprise ambitions are well known at this point, with a big IBM deal to develop and support enterprise applications and better support for enterprise necessities in recent iOS versions.
But perhaps things are about to get a lot more interesting at the mid-market, where a few of Apple's core technologies are coming together to potentially reshape commerce....More
Jen Underwood is a brilliant speaker and notable evangelist for SQL Server and Business Intelligence. Jen’s sessions are always rated extremely favorable at IT/Dev Connections. I’m positive this year will be no different....More
If you’re tasked this year with developing a strategy for BYOD, improving on your current strategy, or need to figure out how to manage your existing mobile workforce, there’s a couple things you can do....More