AI

#MSIgnite updates on AI at a glance

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As the Microsoft Ignite is currently going on in Orlando, there are a lot of news and updates on all the various areas. The main focus areas which have been presented in the keynote are: Modern workplace Business applications Applications & infrastructure Data & AI As you might already know I’m into all things AI, […]

AI

Survey 365 – An intelligent survey solution

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Microsoft Forms is one of the youngest services in the Office 365 ecosystem. Forms is a great service in my opinion as such a service was missing in the Microsoft repertoire. Now Office 365 users can create their Forms within seconds in order to create a survey or quiz and ask others about their opinion. […]

Azure

How to keep up with the Azure roadmap

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Many of my customers, where I had the chance to do a workshop about Azure or Office 365 asked me the same question every single time: “How do you keep track with the updates on the roadmap?” I have to admit, the question is eligible due to the fact, that there is an update on […]

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A guide on simplifications for O365 admins – III – Visual Studio Code profiles

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In the last post I tried to show how to make PowerShell life easier. You can read it here: http://blog.bisser.at/2017/05/16/a-guide-on-simplifications-for-o365-admins-ii-powershell-profiles/ This post is picking up the same issue, but the tool is a bit different. All cloud admins may know that Visual Studio Code supports PowerShell scripts and in addition to that makes life easier […]

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A guide on simplifications for O365 admins – II – PowerShell profiles

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In my previous post, which you can read here: http://blog.bisser.at/2017/05/02/a-guide-on-simplifications-for-o365-admins-part-i-chrome-profiles/ I showed you how you can simplify your life as an O365 admin, with Chrome profiles. With this post, I want to show you, how you can tune your PowerShell in order to establish PS profiles too, which can be used to automate common tasks, […]