Tip of the Day: New pen gestures make it easier to edit

Today’s tip… Like using your digital pen? Make sure you are taking advantage of features in Windows 10 October 2018 Update! Ink Editor allows easier editing with new pen gestures. Check out the article listed below for more information. Ref: “Windows 10 Tip: New pen gestures make it easier to edit” – https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2019/01/28/windows-10-tip-new-pen-gestures-make-it-easier-to-edit/#thJL45dE26ZD4fzi.97


(Azure DNS) Tip of the Day: Azure DNS: Getting ready for DNS Flag Day

Today’s tip… DNS Flag Day was February 1, 2019. On this day, DNS providers stopped supporting certain workarounds that enable name resolution for domains hosted on DNS servers that don’t fully conform to EDNS standards. For more information, visit dnsflagday.net. You can test domains for compliance by using tools on that page. At this time,…


Tip of the Day: Windows Server Domain Name System (DNS) Flag Day Compliance

Today’s tip… DNS Flag Day was February 1, 2019. On this day, Domain Name System (DNS) providers stopped supporting certain workarounds that enable name resolution for domains hosted on DNS servers that don’t fully conform to newer Extension mechanisms for DNS (EDNS) protocol. For more information, visit dnsflagday.net. Microsoft is committed to DNS Flag Day…


Microsoft Azure portal January 2019 update

Today’s tip… List of January updates to the Azure portal: New Azure portal home page Quick and easy entry point into Azure. Find recently visited resources, navigate to commonly used services, and discover how to use specialized services to learn, monitor, secure, and optimize your applications and infrastructure. Shared time range for tiles on dashboards…


Tip of the Day: IE 10 End of Support & Availability of IE 11 for Windows Embedded 8 Standard and Windows Server 2012

Today’s tip… On January 28, 2019, we announced via an IT Pro blog that customers running Windows Server 2012 or  Windows Embedded 8 Standard will be able to pilot IE11 in their environments starting spring of 2019. Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard (both of which are on the Windows 8 platform) are…

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Tip of the Day: Microsoft Ignite | The Tour

Today’s tip… Create your ultimate tech conference Join us at the place where developers and tech professionals continue learning alongside experts. Explore the latest developer tools and cloud technologies and learn how to put your skills to work in new areas. Connect with our community to gain practical insights and best practices on the future…


Tip of the Day: Windows Admin Center 1809.5 and Lenovo XClarity extension now GA

Today’s tip… We are very excited to present a cumulative update to our Ignite release, which includes both quality and functional improvements in support of the upcoming Windows Server 2019 WSSD launch and the Windows Server Summit, as well as today’s Lenovo extension release: the most feature-packed partner extension to-date, and a new showcase example…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: Azure Migrate is now available in Azure Government

Today’s tip… Azure Migrate now supports Azure Government as a migration project location. This means that you can store your discovered metadata in an Azure Government region (US Gov Virginia). In addition to Azure Government, Azure Migrate supports storing the metadata in United States and Europe geographies. Support for other Azure geographies is planned for…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Now Available—Register Today!

Today’s tip… We’re pleased to announce that AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals is now available for registration. This exam is designed for candidates looking to demonstrate foundational level knowledge of cloud services and how those services are provided with Microsoft Azure. The exam is intended for candidates with non-technical backgrounds, such as those involved in selling…


(Cloud) Tip of the Day: To infinity and beyond: The definitive guide to scaling 10k VMs on Azure

Today’s tip… Every platform has limits, workstations and physical servers have resource boundaries, APIs may be rate-limited, and even the perceived endlessness of the virtual public cloud enforces limitations that protect the platform from overuse or misuse. You can learn more about these limitations by visiting our documentation, “Azure subscription and service limits, quotas, and…

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