While testing out the Office 2019 preview, Brien noticed something unexpected: Office 2019 seems nearly indistinguishable from Office 2016.
With the Office 2019 release approaching, now is a good time to take the preview version out for a test drive. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done.
If you've ever worked through the process of linking Office 365 resources to an organization's existing IT infrastructure, then you know that Office 35 onboarding can be daunting.
If you have ever seen a demo of the Microsoft Surface Hub, you no doubt have also seen the Whiteboard app being used.
What exactly makes a Microsoft MVP? In the wake of recent developments around Microsoft's selection and renewal process, not even this longtime MVP knows for certain.
Microsoft's forthcoming Windows Server product looks to be jam-packed with new features. Here are some of the standouts, specific to Hyper-V.
Microsoft has been giving some longstanding Windows features like Notepad a facelift with each new Windows 10 preview build. But as Brien notes, some of the changes are more annoying than helpful.
Managing Integration Services used to be a pain until Microsoft began including it in all Windows OSes, starting with Windows Server 2016. But administrators of older platforms don't need to be left high and dry.
There is actually quite a bit of VM info that is hidden from view, but that can be exposed through the Get-VM cmdlet if you know how. Brien walks you through the steps.
As Brien explains, creating a virtual disk in Windows Storage Spaces is akin to creating a map to the underlying raw storage that will be used by the volumes on the virtual disk.
In this introduction to Microsoft's Storage Spaces technology, Brien walks you through the steps of creating a storage space and a virtual disk.
Thinking of creating some 360-degree videos using Microsoft's mixed reality technology? Here are a few more tips.
Brien uses Microsoft's mixed-reality technology to take some 360-degree videos, and comes away with a couple of pointers.
PowerShell has a reputation for being complicated, and for good reason. Luckily, there is a lot of help available -- if you know where to look for it.
It might be easy to dismiss Microsoft's planned Office 365 changes as purely cosmetic, but as Brien argues, the upcoming redesign goes way past skin-deep.