Microsoft MVP Fredrik Nilsson on Azure Stack [Video Interview]

Microsoft MVP Fredrik Nilsson on Azure Stack [Video Interview]

It’s another week and I’m happy that I get to share yet another industry expert interview with you all! When I attended Microsoft Ignite back in September, I had the opportunity to get Azure Stack Expert Fredrik Nilsson, from Dell EMC in front of the camera for a great interview! Fredrik is a highly knowledgeable guy and shared a great deal of information about Azure Stack with us!

If you’re not aware Azure Stack is Microsoft’s “Azure in a box” appliance that gets installed on-premises and provides Azure services to your datacenter. The thing I’ve found myself asked most frequently with Azure Stack since its announcement, was the question of use-case. Many IT Pros and operations folks have been wondering where does Azure Stack fit? Who is the intended consumer? How does support work? These are just a few of the questions I’ve been getting on a regular basis.

The other item that is often a murky area for people considering Azure Stack is the relationship between Microsoft, the OEM, and the customer. Who owns what in the support equation? How does installation work? These are all questions that Fredrik did a great job addressing during this interview.

The Interview – Fredrik Nilsson on Azure Stack

Without further delay, you can watch the interview below! Take a look and let us know what you think in the comments section below! Are you considering Azure Stack? Do you have remaining concerns! We’d love to hear!
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New to Microsoft 365 in January—compliance, productivity, and Microsoft Teams updates to help you enable a modern workplace – Microsoft 365 Blog

More organizations are embracing a modern workplace, and new features for Microsoft 365 help you meet compliance obligations, empower Firstline Workers, and enrich your Office app experience.

Here’s a look at what’s new in January.

New capabilities to help organizations address compliance-related challenges

Today, we announced new information protection and compliance solutions to help organizations meet their privacy and compliance commitments in a simple, integrated, and intelligent way.

Access your compliance and privacy tools in a specialized workspace—The Microsoft 365 compliance center is now available, providing your privacy and compliance teams a specialized workspace with easy access to features including Compliance Manager, sensitivity and retention labels, and tools to help respond to regulatory requirements like GDPR, to deliver a unified experience with actionable insights.

Image of a tablet displaying the new Microsoft 365 compliance center.

Simplify the eDiscovery process with new integrated capabilities—New capabilities in Advanced eDiscovery help you efficiently manage discovery workflows with new features to notify custodians or employees related to a case or investigation, isolate case-related contents for processing, and use the new built-in review and redact capability to modify sensitive portions of documents before exporting them as part of a legal matter.

Meet communications monitoring compliance obligations for regulated industries—The Office 365 Supervision feature for communications monitoring requirements now includes Microsoft Teams content as well as expanded policy configuration, data classifications, and integrated review to simplify the employee communications review process.

These new capabilities will be available to all Microsoft 365 E5 or Information Protection and Compliance SKU subscribers.

Empowering Firstline Workers to achieve more

This month, we announced new capabilities in Teams to empower Firstline Workers, including the ability to securely communicate while on the go, provide peer recognition, and have visibility into shift scheduling.

Enable Firstline Workers to communicate securely—A new, customizable Teams mobile experience lets Firstline Workers securely communicate and effectively collaborate from anywhere. This new mobile experience is a simple and secure, with several new mobile-only features that specifically benefit Firstline Workers, including location sharing and smart camera. Additionally, IT admins can now apply a prepackaged policy or create a custom policy to give employees role-based access to the Teams modules they need. The customizable mobile experience is now available for all Office 365 subscribers.

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Manage schedules directly in Teams with Shifts—Managers can create shift schedules and team members can update their availability, review schedules, and request time off directly in Teams. You can now integrate Shifts with your existing workforce management system through the Graph API for Shifts, available in public preview later this quarter.

Boost motivation and team morale with new Praise tool—The new Praise tool, rolling out this quarter, gives managers and employees a simple way to recognize coworkers, right in the Teams app where the whole team can see it.

Updates to help you easily access Office 365 and your files on Mac and deliver better content

New, integrated features bring more ways on Mac to improve productivity, deliver engaging content, and enhance learning.

Download the Office 365 suite with just one click on the Mac App Store—This month, we announced that that Office 365 is now available on the newly redesigned Mac App Store. With one click, Mac users can download the cloud-connected, always-up-to-date version of the Office suite—including full installs of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and OneDrive.

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Free up space and easily access your files with OneDrive Files On-Demand for Mac—Files On-Demand is now also available for Mac, making it easier to access all of your files in Office 365 directly in Finder without taking up valuable storage space on your device. You can take files offline for when you’re without an internet connection and free up storage space when you no longer need a local copy of the file. Files On-Demand is now available to all customers running MacOS Mojave.

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Engage employees with new interactive visuals and features—Microsoft Photos now makes it easy to create videos with music and narration, text and filters, and even add 3D effects. In February, customers will be able to enhance PowerPoint content by adding Microsoft Stream videos into presentations. And coming soon, teams will have a new way to seamlessly add Microsoft Forms quizzes and polling directly into Microsoft Stream videos.

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Other updates

  • The Office Cloud Policy Service is now in public preview to help administrators manage policies for all Office 365 ProPlus users in their organization.
  • New improvements to the no-cost SharePoint Migration Tool will help you accelerate your migration to SharePoint Online, OneDrive, and Teams.
  • Office 365 now saves new documents to OneDrive or SharePoint Online by default, helping provide users access to their files from anywhere and start collaborating with ease.
  • Integrate conversations from any Yammer group, topic, user, or home feed into any SharePoint page, news article, or site with the new Yammer conversations web part.
  • Microsoft Forms is now available to Office 365 U.S. Government GCC and GCC High environments.

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Dropbox acquisition of HelloSign targets Box’s enterprise share

The Dropbox acquisition of HelloSign for $230 million in cash this week gives Dropbox an embedded e-signature offering that could make the popular cloud file sharing platform a more a viable option for enterprises.

Traditionally, Dropbox has been consumer-focused, while Box and other collaboration tools, such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive, have targeted business users. But adding e-signature capabilities natively into Dropbox may make the platform more appealing to enterprises. The deal, which is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019, takes aim at Dropbox’s main competitor, Box.

E-signature vendors like HelloSign, Adobe Sign and DocuSign integrate into the various file sharing and document management platforms, but a deeper integration like the Dropbox-HelloSign purchase may set Dropbox apart.

“If everyone has those integration partnerships, it doesn’t elevate you,” said Alan Lepofsky, analyst at Constellation Research. “Having more native functionality is part of the business process and can be a differentiator for Dropbox. Box doesn’t have this functionality.”

The Dropbox e-signature experience

The Dropbox acquisition of HelloSign eliminates the need for a third-party e-signature vendor, keeping users within the Dropbox platform.

“Dropbox’s goal is to find those ways to keep users inside the Dropbox ecosystem, and they want to be more than just file sharing. They want to be part of the business workflow,” Lepofsky said. “This is a good step in showing that.”

Though Dropbox is spending a sizeable amount on HelloSign, the product is expected to remain independent and keep its open APIs to other software vendors, according to a Dropbox spokesperson.

“We’ll continue to support other e-signature platforms through product experiences like extensions, including DocuSign and Adobe Sign,” the spokesperson said in an email.

And while e-signature software is HelloSign’s primary capability, it also has HelloWorks, a form and document onboarding technology that makes filling out tedious forms and documents much simpler. For example, employee onboarding and the amount of paperwork that comes with it can be streamlined with a product like HelloWorks by making the data entry process mobile-friendly.

Having more native functionality is part of the business process and can be a differentiator for Dropbox. Box doesn’t have this functionality.
Alan Lepofskyanalyst, Constellation Research

“Dropbox wants to bring the same simplicity that e-signatures offer to business document inputting,” Lepofsky said. “This acquisition enables Dropbox to tell customers that [Dropbox] can be part of their business process.”

Tight integration with an e-signature vendor can also improve the user experience.

“Electronic signatures are an important service in content-centric workflows, and it makes sense for Dropbox to add it to its portfolio,” said Holly Muscolino, research vice president at IDC. “The acquisition will presumably provide much tighter integration and, eventually, a consistent look and feel.”

Muscolino added that, even with the Dropbox extension to HelloSign, users would eventually need to purchase a license to access HelloSign, launch the application to configure settings and add a signature. An embedded process within Dropbox eases a lot of these touchpoints from the user — especially if Dropbox makes HelloSign’s capabilities available within a Dropbox license.

Competing with Box

The Dropbox acquisition of HelloSign continues Dropbox’s push into the enterprise business space. After its initial public offering in 2018, Dropbox added Dropbox Extensions, a set of integrations to third-party document management software vendors, including the major e-signature vendors and other document and video management tools.

Box upgraded its platform with new AI tools and workflow automation features at its annual BoxWorks conference last August.

Through the Dropbox acquisition of HelloSign, the company also gains former Box general manager of enterprise, Whitney Bouck. While Lepofsky said he believes Dropbox would have been interested in acquiring HelloSign regardless of its executive team, having someone with Bouck’s background in building an enterprise business is an added benefit.

“It’s a massive bonus attached to this, having executives like Whitney Bouck,” Lepofsky said.

Easier e-signature functionality isn’t limited to the Dropbox acquisition. Adobe and Nintex unveiled a partnership in January that allows users to enable e-signatures within Nintex and without opening a separate application.

Dropbox plans to keep HelloSign as a stand-alone product, according to the spokesperson. Pricing and bundle information for Dropbox customers is not yet available.

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For Sale – iMac 21.5″ Mid 2010

Discussion in ‘Desktop Computer Classifieds‘ started by mattjg01, Jan 12, 2019.

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    Have a mid 2010 iMac for sale. It’s the 21.5 inch model, with the following specs:

    • 3.06GHz intel core i3
    • 8GB DDR3 1333MHz
    • 500GB HDD
    • ATI Radeon HD 4670 256 MB
    • macOS Sierra (10.12.6)

    Can provide with a wired Apple keyboard, but no mouse provided.

    Has been a good woirkhouse, but not being used now. In decent condition especially for age. Screen is perfect, slight chip at top of machine shown in photo.

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    Would prefer collection from GU24, but could organise delivery. Looking for around £220.

    Price and currency: £220
    Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
    Payment method: BT or PPG
    Location: Woking
    Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
    Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Windows Template Studio 3.0 released! – Windows Developer Blog

We’re extremely excited to announce the Windows Template Studio 3.0!
As always, we love how the community is helping.  If you’re interested, please head over to head over to WTS’s Github.

Full list of adjustments in the 3.0 release, WTS’s Github has a full changelog.

Included in this version:

Code now generates as a multi-project solution. This will enable better reuse and separation of code logic. This now will output a UWP project and .NET Core project.
Support adding new projects on right click
Horizontal Navigation View is replaced the Pivot navigation pattern.
Update MVVMLight to use .NET Standard library
Bug fixes

Dev platform updates:

AdaptiveCards to v1.1.2
AppCenter.Analytics to v 1.12.0
AppCenter.Crashes to v 1.12.0
Services.Store.Engagement to v10.1810.16002
UI.Xaml to v2.0.181018003.1
Json to v12.0.1
UI.for.UniversalWindowsPlatform to v1.0.1.3

Known Issue

Visual Studio 2019 Preview support for multi-project has a NuGet reference failure for the Core project. (#2862).  Workaround currently it to manually add the reference.  The only known reference we do is to Newtonsoft.Json in Core.
Feedback hub has been removed until a bug has been fixed in their SDK (#2879)

There are two paths to update to the newest build.

Already installed: Visual Studio should auto update the extension. To force an update, Go to Tools->Extensions and Updates.  Then go to Update expander on the left and you should see Windows Template Studio in there and click “Update”
Not installed: Head to https://aka.ms/wtsinstall, click “download” and double click the VSIX installer.

We love all the community support and participation.  In addition, here are just a few of the things we are currently building out that will be included in future builds:

Menubar navigation pattern template (ETA is v3.1)
Identity Login (ETA is v3.1)
Improved Visual Studio 2019 support
Azure features starting to be added in (v3.1 and beyond)
Unit Test projects

With partnership with the community, we’ve continue cranking out and iterating new features and functionality.  We’re always looking for additional people to help out and if you’re interested, please head to our GitHub at https://aka.ms/wts.  If you have an idea or feature request, please make the request!

For Sale – Silent Fanless HTPC / Hi-Fi PC, Streacom FC8 EVO Case, Intel, Win 10 PRO

Completely silent (no moving parts) HTPC / Hi-Fi Server PC.

Everything is completely unmarked. No scratches! Comes in original case/power supply boxes.

Components as follows:

Streacom FC8 EVO Case, Black – Streacom FC8 ALPHA Series Fanless Home Theatre Aluminium Chassis
Streacom ST-MH1 Short Heatpipes for FC8 Chassis – ST-MH1 Short Heatpipes for FC8 Chassis
Streacom NANO150 150W nanoPSU and AC/DC adapter block – Streacom nano Power Supplies
Gigabyte H81N ITX Socket LGA 1150 Motherboard – GA-H81N (rev. 1.0) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE U.S.A.
Intel Celeron G1820 4th Gen CORE 2.7GHz CPU – Intel® Celeron® Processor G1820 (2M Cache, 2.70 GHz) Product Specifications
4GB DDR3 RAM (2x 2GB Sticks)
60GB Kingston SSD Drive
Slot Loading DVD Reader / Writer / CD Ripper
GENUINE Windows 10 Professional (licence locked to Motherboard)

I built this system as a Hi-Fi Streamer / HTPC System. It is a desktop class system as it uses Intel 4th gen CORE 1150 Socket CPU which can be upgraded to 4th gen i3, i5, or i7 CPUs at 95w or lower (65w recommended). I selected the Celeron to use as little power as possible, but it is a more-than-capable CPU. This system is perfect as a Hi-Fi server as the board has a special LOW NOISE USB socket for an external USB DAC!

There is room for a 2.5″ Hard Drive.

Fresh install of Windows 10 Professional ready to set up with your credentials.

I have the original case box and original heatpipes etc.

Just a brilliant, highly upgradeable, small, silent PC!

NOTE : front USB sockets are 2.0 as there are no 3.0 headers on the board. Requires separately available iR Remote sensor board for front remote control to work.

Local collection welcome (Huddersfield area, West Yorkshire).

Any Q’s Please ask!

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Price and currency: 185.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Cash on Collection, PPG, Bank Transfer
Location: Brighouse (Huddersfield area, West Yorkshire)
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Xbox Sessions: Rob Gronkowski & Todd Gurley to Play Madden NFL 19 in Big Game Edition Today – Xbox Wire

The countdown to the Big Game has begun, and we’re kicking off the celebration early with Los Angeles’ Todd Gurley and New England’s Rob Gronkowski joining the next episode of Xbox Sessions! Featuring EA Sports Madden NFL 19 enhanced for Xbox One X in glorious 4K Ultra HD, Gronk and Gurley will square-off today, January 29 at 4 p.m. PST. Tune in to get a preview of this weekend’s match between these two players!

Gronk comes back to take on another Big Game Madden challenge and warm up for football’s biggest event of the year with Xbox. Alongside Xbox Sessions host Phillip McClure, Gronk will test his gaming skills against Gurley for gridiron greatness in Madden NFL 19. Will this Madden session predict how they perform on the field? Tune in to find out.

Fans are also invited to visit the Microsoft Store at Lenox Mall in Atlanta, GA to watch Gronk and Gurley battle it out in-person. The first 50 fans in-line will have the opportunity to enter the store early to play the game and watch the Gronk and Gurley play live. If you won’t be in Atlanta, you can watch all the action via the Mixer Xbox Channel or Twitch Xbox Channel. Just like our previous Xbox Sessions, fans will be able to submit questions for both players and earn the chance to win some amazing prizes.

And don’t forget! Now through February 12, one ultimate Madden fan will have the chance to win the official Xbox Madden NFL 19 G.O.A.T Prize Pack, valued at over $10,000. Click here for official details of how to enter (open to U.S. residents only).

If you miss the Xbox Session episode, don’t worry – you can also catch it later on the Xbox YouTube Channel!

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Arrcus chasing larger rivals with 400 GbE NOS

Startup Arrcus has shown that a small network operating system vendor can sometimes keep up with its much larger competitors.

The company announced this week it had made its stand-alone network operating system, ArcOS, ready for use on 400 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) white box switches powered by Broadcom’s StrataXGS Tomahawk 3 chipset.

Celestica and Edgecore are the hardware makers prepared to support the latest ArcOS. Their switches have the option of 32 or 128 ports of 400 GbE or 100 GbE, respectively.

The Arrcus release comes as rivals Arista and Cisco prepare to release 400 GbE switches in the first half of this year. Arista is using the Tomahawk 3 in its proprietary box, while analysts expect Cisco to tap Innovium’s Teralynx silicon in two of its four switches. The other two will use Cisco-designed chips.

The three vendors are competing for the wallets of service providers and internet companies, like Microsoft and Facebook, with hyperscale data centers. Conditions driving the need for higher network speeds include the growing number of internet users globally, video streaming, artificial intelligence applications and the introduction of gigabit internet connections to the home.

Based on current traffic trends, Crehan Research predicted 400 GbE will drive the majority of data center Ethernet switching by 2022.

400 GbE ArcOS
Benefits of 400 GbE in cloud data center

Arrcus’ competitive landscape

This is a validation of the fact that disaggregated NOS vendors can advance at a similar pace to leading OEMs in terms of the latest speeds and feeds.
Shamus McGillicuddyanalyst at Enterprise Management Associates

Arrcus competes with small and large networking vendors for the business of companies that want a stand-alone network operating system (NOS). Small competitors with a disaggregated NOS include Big Switch, Cumulus, Pica8 and Pluribus. Arista, Cisco and Juniper Networks also sell stand-alone operating systems, as well as systems of integrated hardware and software.

Arrcus’ release of the first 400 GbE white box NOS is “a validation of the fact that disaggregated NOS vendors can advance at a similar pace to leading OEMs in terms of the latest speeds and feeds,” said Shamus McGillicuddy, an analyst at Enterprise Management Associates, based in Boulder, Colo. Of course, the success of the NOS makers will depend on the quality of the products from merchant silicon vendors and hardware manufacturers.

Arrcus can respond quickly to market demand because of the microservices-based architecture of its NOS, McGillicuddy said. “They can rewrite those individual components without having to make changes to the core [Linux] platform.”

In the latest revision, Arrcus updated what it describes as the “data plane adaptability layer,” which governs how the NOS interacts with the hardware platform, McGillicuddy said. ArcOS can run on 1 GbE, 10 GbE, 25 GbE, 40 GbE, 100 GbE and 400 GbE systems.

Arrcus sells only the NOS and depends on other vendors to provide the centralized management console for an ArcOS-based switching fabric. The company has built Yang and OpenConfig data models in the NOS to let orchestration tools, such as Ansible and SaltStack, manage the network, McGillicuddy said.

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For Sale – Silent Fanless HTPC / Hi-Fi PC, Streacom FC8 EVO Case, Intel, Win 10 PRO

Completely silent (no moving parts) HTPC / Hi-Fi Server PC.

Everything is completely unmarked. No scratches! Comes in original case/power supply boxes.

Components as follows:

Streacom FC8 EVO Case, Black – Streacom FC8 ALPHA Series Fanless Home Theatre Aluminium Chassis
Streacom ST-MH1 Short Heatpipes for FC8 Chassis – ST-MH1 Short Heatpipes for FC8 Chassis
Streacom NANO150 150W nanoPSU and AC/DC adapter block – Streacom nano Power Supplies
Gigabyte H81N ITX Socket LGA 1150 Motherboard – GA-H81N (rev. 1.0) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE U.S.A.
Intel Celeron G1820 4th Gen CORE 2.7GHz CPU – Intel® Celeron® Processor G1820 (2M Cache, 2.70 GHz) Product Specifications
4GB DDR3 RAM (2x 2GB Sticks)
60GB Kingston SSD Drive
Slot Loading DVD Reader / Writer / CD Ripper
GENUINE Windows 10 Professional (licence locked to Motherboard)

I built this system as a Hi-Fi Streamer / HTPC System. It is a desktop class system as it uses Intel 4th gen CORE 1150 Socket CPU which can be upgraded to 4th gen i3, i5, or i7 CPUs at 95w or lower (65w recommended). I selected the Celeron to use as little power as possible, but it is a more-than-capable CPU. This system is perfect as a Hi-Fi server as the board has a special LOW NOISE USB socket for an external USB DAC!

There is room for a 2.5″ Hard Drive.

Fresh install of Windows 10 Professional ready to set up with your credentials.

I have the original case box and original heatpipes etc.

Just a brilliant, highly upgradeable, small, silent PC!

NOTE : front USB sockets are 2.0 as there are no 3.0 headers on the board. Requires separately available iR Remote sensor board for front remote control to work.

Local collection welcome (Huddersfield area, West Yorkshire).

Any Q’s Please ask!

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Price and currency: 185.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Cash on Collection, PPG, Bank Transfer
Location: Brighouse (Huddersfield area, West Yorkshire)
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

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Announcing Project Rome SDK for Android and iOS version 1.0! – Windows Developer Blog

We are pleased to announce the version 1.0 availability for the Project Rome SDK for Android and iOS. 
Project Rome is a platform for enabling seamless cross-device and cross-platform experiences. The philosophy behind Project Rome is simple. App experiences shouldn’t be tied to a single device any more than data should be tied to a single device. Your apps, like your data, should travel with you.

Here is a link to the Project Rome documentation to get started with the SDK.

Updated January 29, 2019 3:31 pm