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Microsoft Mesh – Cross Platform Connectivity For Mobile Enterprise

Microsoft Mesh – Cross Platform Connectivity For Mobile Enterprise

Microsoft Mesh is a new service that allows your enterprise and your social media to go far together, allowing users and customers to interconnect using a web-enabled mesh. This new internet-based service combines the advantages of social networking and collaboration...

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Initial Update: Tuesday, 13 April 2021 16:04 UTCWe are aware of issues within Application Insights and are actively investigating. Some customers may experience delayed or missed Log Search Alerts and Data Latency.Work Around: <none or details>Next Update:...

Now available: Code-free AI in Azure Synapse Analytics

Now available: Code-free AI in Azure Synapse Analytics

Starting today, Azure Synapse brings the capabilities of Azure AI directly to the Synapse Studio. Customers can now apply AI to analyze structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data like forms, audio, video and text documents without having to write a single line...

April 2021 – Microsoft 365 US Public Sector Roadmap Newsletter

April 2021 – Microsoft 365 US Public Sector Roadmap Newsletter

References and Information Resources   Microsoft 365 Public RoadmapThis link is filtered to show GCC, GCC High and DOD specific items.  For more general information uncheck these boxes under “Cloud Instance”. New to filtering the roadmap for GCC specific...

“A portal's journey: MSW” 🎙 – The Intrazone podcast

“A portal's journey: MSW” 🎙 – The Intrazone podcast

Some start their workday in email. Some now in Microsoft Teams sifting chats. Either may define a person’s daily communication habits, but it’s the portal that is designed for everyone – the broadest, ongoing two-way dialog across your organization. It’s where people...

Custom RBAC to access QPI's query text with minimal permissions

Custom RBAC to access QPI's query text with minimal permissions

Query Performance Insight helps you to quickly identify what your longest running queries are, how they change over time, and what waits are affecting them. As a pre-requisite of using Query Performance Insight, data must exist in the Query Store. As per...

Discover the latest innovations for Dynamics 365 Business Central

Discover the latest innovations for Dynamics 365 Business Central

Join us for the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Launch Event streaming live April 13, 2021 at 8:00 AM Pacific Time and then available on-demand. See what's next for Dynamics 365 Business Central and get access to breakout sessions available on-demand as well...

Microsoft 365 PnP Community – April 2021 update

Microsoft 365 PnP Community – April 2021 update

  Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices (PnP) Community April 2021 update is out with a summary of the latest guidance, samples, and solutions from Microsoft or from the community for the community. This article is a summary of all the different areas and topics...

Surface Laptop 4 – Do it all with style, speed, and performance

Surface Laptop 4 – Do it all with style, speed, and performance

Today we are excited to announce the latest Surface Laptop, now in its fourth generation. Surface Laptop 4 welcomes the challenges of hybrid work by providing the performance needed for multitasking, meetings, and more. From video calls at home to virtual...

DevOps for Data Science – Part 7 – Continuous Delivery

In this series on DevOps for Data Science, I’ve explained the concept of a DevOps “Maturity Model” – a list of things you can do, in order, which will set you on the path for implementing DevOps in Data Science. The first thing you can do in your projects is to...

Scammers target loved ones of COVID-19 victims

Scammers target loved ones of COVID-19 victims

Government imposters may have hit a new low with a scheme that targets the grieving survivors of people who died of COVID-19 by offering them help paying for their loved one’s funeral expenses. A real government relief program will pay up to $9,000 for funeral...

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