As I mentioned in my previous post about building a Raspberry Pi weather station, one of my goals is to move to a Pi Zero W. I’ve spent most of my time since Pi day (March 14) on that, I am most of the way there. It’s taken a bit more effort than I anticipated. … Continue reading “Reducing to Pi Zero”
Here’s something simple yet vital that I set up in one of my Azure subscriptions recently: Action Group Notifications. Action Groups in Azure are re-usable objects capable of taking a variety of actions. In my example, I’ve set up a notification via text and email, but actions can also include Azure Functions, Logic Apps, webhooks, … Continue reading “Azure Action Group Notifications”
In the Microsoft 365 Compliance Center, new and old solutions have been grouped together into new categories. Microsoft built out a number of solutions in Office 365 incrementally, and this re-organization groups them together by business processes, hopefully in a way that is meaningful to users and administrators of M365 Compliance. One of these categories … Continue reading “M365: Discover & Respond”
. . .a single client app you can train people to use, regardless of their operating system.
I’ve had two servers in my Azure environment for a while, one Windows 2012 and the other Ubuntu. I don’t do much with them, except to have a representative box available when I want to try something out. For Linux, no GUI is included; this means a command-line interface is all you get to play … Continue reading “Setting up Linux GUI and RDP in Azure”
Waitaminute . . . what’s the techlemode.com contributing to over three-quarters of the spend?
. . . time again with customers is that in order to implement labels well, at least three separate teams are involved, often defined as IT, Security, and Records.