Tip of the Day: Server Core and Server with Desktop

Today’s tip… A great blog to help you figure out what you need, and to compare Server Core and Server with Desktop Experience as we prepare for the upcoming release of both.   Reference: “Server Core and Server with Desktop: Which one is best for you” – https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/windowsserver/2018/07/05/server-core-and-server-with-desktop-which-one-is-best-for-you/   Links in the Blog: March 20th…


Tip of the Day: Meet the Surface Go

Today’s tip… On July 9th, we announced the Surface Go: the most affordable Surface product yet. Surface Go with Wi-Fi will be available for pre-order tomorrow, July 10 in select countries*, with products beginning to hit shelves on August 2. We’re also happy to share that an LTE model will be arriving later this year….


Tip of the Day: Setting up a GitHub Account

Today’s tip… Want to be a Docs contributor? You need to set up your GitHub account. Here’s how! Reference: “GitHub Account Setup” – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/contribute/get-started-setup-github


Tip of the Day: Windows Server Virtual Summit

Today’s tip… The last week in June was a big one for Microsoft Cloud and Windows Server with us delivering our first ever Windows Server Summit. The event was a great opportunity to engage the Windows Server community, provide HOURS of updates since the last Microsoft Ignite conference and get them excited for the upcoming…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: Static website hosting for Azure Storage now in public preview

Today’s tip… At the end of June, we were excited to  announce the public preview of static website hosting for Azure Storage! The feature set is available in all public cloud regions with support in government and sovereign clouds coming soon. This set of new storage capabilities enables a cost-effective and scalable solution for hosting…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: Logic Apps available in US Gov

Today’s tip… Logic Apps is now available in the US Gov Texas region. For more information on Logic Apps, visit the Logic Apps page and the What is Logic Apps? documentation page. Connectors: Connectors called from a logic app hosted in US Gov now have access to Azure resources in Azure Government regions. The Azure-based…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: Publish your solutions to Azure Government – what, why and how

Today’s tip… The Azure Marketplace is the premier destination for all your software needs, optimized to run on Azure. The Azure Government Marketplace includes many of the same solutions for use in Azure Government, an exclusive instance of Microsoft Azure that enables government customers to safely transfer mission-critical workloads to the cloud. Software companies that…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: Azure Service Health

Today’s tip… Service Health provides you with a customizable dashboard which tracks the health of your Azure services in the regions where you use them.  In this dashboard, you can track active events like ongoing service issues, upcoming planned maintenance, or relevant health advisories.  When events become inactive, they get placed in your health history…


Tip of the Day: How to keep apps removed from Windows 10 from returning during an update

Today’s tip… Found a great article, and wanted to make sure you all had it! The article covers: Creating registry keys for deprovisioned apps Package names for apps provisioned in Windows 10, version 1709 Registry keys for provisioned apps Reference: “How to keep apps removed from Windows 10 from returning during an update” – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/application-management/remove-provisioned-apps-during-update


Tip of the Day: Windows Server Storage Migration Service

Today’s tip… Windows Server 2019 Preview contains an entirely new feature! The Storage Migration Service helps you migrate servers and their data without reconfiguring applications or users. Migrates unstructured data from anywhere into Azure & modern Windows Servers It’s fast, consistent, and scalable It takes care of complexity It provides an easily-learned graphical workflow Check…