An often irreverent look at this week's other news. In this issue: New BlackBerry fails, Microsoft Bob 2015, an iPhone victory lap, IBM layoffs are real, a new Apple product launching in April, and a personal 'thank you.'...More
I fear that some of the noble denizens of the Internet quite lost the run of themselves following Microsoft’s January 29 announcement that their Acompli acquisition had received the full benefit of a corporate rebranding and had emerged to be available as Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android (limited to some phones and tablets)....More
In this post I’ll cover some of what you can do with group policy preferences. In the next post I’ll talk about how you can target these settings on the basis of computer or user properties.
If you haven’t already, it’s worth having a quick look at what options are available in the Group Policy Preferences section of a GPO hosted of a Windows Server 2012 R2 functional level domain controller.
You can use Group Policy Preferences to configure the following:...More
Much like the members of the People’s Front of Judea struggled to find good with the Romans in Monty Python’s “Life of Brian”, those running on-premises Exchange servers often wonder whether Microsoft’s whole-hearted embracement of the cloud has benefited them. But it has, even if the rapid appearance of new features inside Office 365 sometimes makes the on-premises crowd think they are the forgotten few....More
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