Preparing Your Customers For Upcoming Office 365 Pro Plus Upgrades

One of the things that has been quietly happening behind the scenes for Office 365 customers is that they have been receiving updates in a very efficient manner via Click-To-Run, rather than through traditional Microsoft/Windows Update. The monthly updates are pulled down as a delta, and can be deployed with very little impact to user…


Get Windows 10 app rolling out to more businesses

Knowing that many of you manage the networks of your SMB customers here are some important updates for controlling the advertisement, and obviously the roll out, of Windows 10 to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 devices. FIrst up is a post on the Windows for IT Pros blog – Making it Easier for Small Businesses to Upgrade…

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Older Versions Of Internet Explorer Reach End Of Support January 12, 2016 – Part 3

In the final post of this series I've embedded a number of videos related to the topics that have been covered in the last few posts for those of you who prefer to learn via video based material rather than reading online. (Part 1) Windows 10 and App Compat: What about my Windows Apps? Kevin Remde…

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Older Versions Of Internet Explorer Reach End Of Support January 12, 2016 – Part 2

In Part 1 I highlighted some of the resources that focus on End Of Support for older versions of Internet Explorer, in this post I'll focus on some of the compatibility and migration resources that are available. Tips and tricks to manage Internet Explorer compatibility This article focuses on how to leverage the Enterprise Mode…


Older Versions Of Internet Explorer Reach End Of Support January 12, 2016 – Part 1

Today's post is a collection of information and resources related to the end of support for Internet 10 and earlier from various Microsoft resources. The adoption of Internet Explorer 11 with it's Enterprise Mode for backwards compatibility and Microsoft Edge moving forward is Microsoft's double pronged approach to addressing compatibility concerns with web apps, and…

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