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Open another person’s Exchange Calendar
When another Microsoft Outlook user grants you permission to his or her calendar, you can open it in Outlook. If you do not have permission, a permission request email message is sent to the other person.
Microsoft Brings an Office 365 Workspace to the Mac
“My Workspace is a Mac menu bar app that brings together your Office 365 experience into one, easy-to-access place, so that you can be more productive,” an introductory video explains. “You can get a quick overview of your day with the Calendar Events section, RSVP to events, and join your Skype meetings with a single click.”
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO CONFIGURE AZURE MFA WITH ADFS 2016
Multifactor authentication (MFA) is commonly use to protect applications, web services which is publish to internet. It helps to verify the authenticity of the authentication requests. There are many multifactor service providers. Some are cloud based and some are required on-premises installations.
Microsoft isn’t Killing Skype for Business, But They Will be Making Changes
The past thirty-six hours have been filled with quite the excitement. After Microsoft began notifying some users, in what may have been an accident, that Skype for Business is now Microsoft Teams, the news did not sit well with many users who quickly began raising their voices about this change.
Microsoft Begins Rolling Out Guest Access for Teams
Last week, there was quite a bit of excitement around Teams as it looks like Microsoft is going to be favoring that platform over Skype for Business. To kick things off this week for Teams, Microsoft is finally bringing the long-awaited guest access feature to the platform.
Using Azure Functions within SharePoint
By now you should have heard about Azure Function and how powerful they can be, not just for SharePoint. In case you haven’t heard about them let’s review what they are and how to use them in general.
Azure Archive Storage and Blob-Level Tiering
The first thing you should know is what a blob is. I first heard the term “blob” in database theory back in college. We were educated that a blob was a file that was stored in a database. You can think of an Azure storage stamp as a massive, resilient database cluster. When we store data in a storage account, Azure figures out how we are going to use that data and stores (and charges for it) appropriately. One of those kinds of storage is a blob, which is a file.