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”
As part of my quest to build a fully-functional cloud-enabled weather station, I am going to need a custom HAT (Hardware Attached on Top). I also want to practice soldering something cheaply-replaced before starting some LoRA transceiver soldering. Hence, I decided to try the forty pins involved in attaching a header to an Adafruit perma-prototyping … Continue reading “Achievement Unlocked: Header Soldering”
The next morning, I checked my shell session – still active, and telemetry was still arriving.
In this third and last in a series on Office 365 Labels, I’m going to go into detail about Unified Labels. While I mentioned them in my last post, here I’ll get into more detail about how to adopt them, as well as muse on implications for ongoing management. For reference, here is the official … Continue reading “Office 365 Labels (3 of 3): Unified Labeling”
Supervision has been part of Office 365 since 2017, but it recently underwent some improvements.
. . .Office 365 administrators should understand how it works, in order to establish the configurations and processes that support business requirements. . .
I used examples from what we’ve done at work, where we’ve been using Microsoft Teams for about a year.