The Schwartz Report

Blog archive

New Windows Insider Columnist Ed Bott Debuts

Ed Bott takes over as Redmond magazine's Windows Insider starting with this month's edition. In his first column, Bott questions the way Microsoft handled its decision to offer unlimited storage for OneDrive only to take it away.

As a longtime expert on Microsoft, Bott is adding the Windows Insider column to his repertoire of activities. Bott is the author of the popular Ed Bott Report, a blog published by ZDNet. In his Windows Insider column, Bott will give opinions and advice for IT managers who administer Windows and the technology surrounding it.

Bott, an award-winning technology journalist, has covered Microsoft for more than 25 years and has written numerous books covering Windows and Office, including his best-selling "Inside Out" series from Microsoft Press. You can follow him on Twitter @EdBott.

Posted by Jeffrey Schwartz on 01/08/2016 at 11:06 AM


Featured

  • Spaceflight Training in the Middle of a Pandemic

    Surprisingly, the worldwide COVID-19 lockdown has hardly slowed down the space training process for Brien. In fact, it has accelerated it.

  • Surface and ARM: Why Microsoft Shouldn't Follow Apple's Lead and Dump Intel

    Microsoft's current Surface flagship, the Surface Pro X, already runs on ARM. But as the ill-fated Surface RT showed, going all-in on ARM never did Microsoft many favors.

  • IT Security Isn't Supposed To Be Easy

    Joey explains why it's worth it to endure a little inconvenience for the long-term benefits of a password manager and multifactor authentication.

  • Microsoft Makes It Easier To Self-Provision PCs via Windows Autopilot When VPNs Are Used

    Microsoft announced this week that the Windows Autopilot service used with Microsoft Intune now supports enrolling devices, even in cases where virtual private networks (VPNs) might get in the way.

comments powered by Disqus

Office 365 Watch

Sign up for our newsletter.

Terms and Privacy Policy consent

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.