There is an entire other post in my drafts folder, where I meant to lay out all things that I can do towards my Raspberry Pi weather station, to shore up my personal morale against what I can’t do. However, that post will stay in drafts or get deleted, because one of my can’ts became … Continue reading “Visualization with Azure IOT Central”
A couple of months ago a colleague of mine posted a piece on how to convert Advanced eDiscovery exports from their native format to .pst format. The issue had come up a couple of times when, in order to ingest content into a third-party tool, the .pst format was either required or preferred. Props to … Continue reading “Cross-Post: Convert Adv Ediscovery Exports to .pst”
I was pulling my hair out trying to figure out why one of my Azure VMs wasn’t letting me connect consistently. I looked over my NSGs, v-nets, the configuration of the VM itself. Finally, I resorted to Azure’s troubleshooting wizard and got this: Just redploy the virtual machine. Thankfully this was easy, as I’ve learned … Continue reading “Sometimes It Isn’t You”
Thursday. As the week wore into progressively deeper-dive sessions, I watched some livestreams on new features in Teams, as well recaps of the new Compliance Center and Compliance Score. In my current role, we’re all very excited about the Service Trust Portal, and you can expect some more posts about that. Microsoft continues to push … Continue reading “Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Day 4”
Hump Day was largely about Iaas-based technologies and incremental improvements – sessions on using search and classification capabilities to de-duplicate date, manage cybersecurity risks, along with improvements to .NET for developers. If there was one theme, it was “secure your data”, whether through threat protection, data governance, or identity management. You can find a complete … Continue reading “Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Day 3”
Presumably because they know information will leak fast, it seems like all the big news for Ignite came out on Day 1. Yesterday’s sessions were very much on the develop side of the Microsoft community, with a new Visual Studio Online leading the way alongside new Microsoft Graph integrations. One low-profile announcement that caught my … Continue reading “Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Day 2”
And seriously, the new capabilities of security and compliance are amazing.
For most of the past two years, my Office 365 conversations with clients have focused in whole or in part on understanding Microsoft Teams. Teams is Microsoft’s latest collaboration service, and is in fact built on older collaboration services in Office 365. What makes Teams such a challenge to explain and understand is that your … Continue reading “Understanding Microsoft Teams”
Working at AvePoint, I have had a lot of conversations about backups and archives. AvePoint makes solutions for both but, often as not, these conversations have a detour that runs something like this: “Senior management doesn’t see a need for a records solution, because we’re backing up every day.” Or: “For now we’re not bothering … Continue reading “Archives =/= Backups”
. . .life without governance is like driving a car with no steering wheel and no brakes.