A group of Microsoft employees released a tool for testing Office 365 API, Microsoft Graph and Office 365 Management Activity API. Of course, there are tons of other options but they tried to make it easy to use.
Microsoft 365 is a solution, including Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security. Now, since everything is in the cloud, one of the essentials things to do is to keep track of the upcoming features and changes and thankfully there is a special page for it here. The page is super simple and self-explanatory but it’s worth to mention that there is an option to get changes in Rolling Out status a bit earlier by setting up Standard or Targeted release options in Office 365.
2019 is here but there are a lot of companies still running on SharePoint 2010 which is going to be out of extended support in October 2020 and that should be enough to make a decision and then a migration either to SharePoint 2019 or Office 365.
Recently, one of my clients reported an issue where they were not able to access their SharePoint 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2. It was really interesting that only some users were affected and it’s turned out that it wasn’t working just for local members of local “Administrators” group.
In short, there was an issue with a Microsoft update KB4480970 released on January 8, 2019 and then 3 days later Microsoft release a fix for it KB4487345.
Microsoft just launched a solution to launch and scale a freelance workforce in an Org. Basically, the idea is really nice and simple and includes these areas
Of course, all of these are covered by Office 365, i.e. SharePoint, Teams, Power BI and Flow.
For me, it’s interesting to see that Microsoft is trying to show the value for clients and to show how different products could work like a single solution. And it’s worth to mention that it’s available for free for existing subscribers.