For Sale – MacBook Air 13.3” mid 2013

Hello,

I am selling my partners MacBook Air. It hasn’t really been very heavily used, there are a few scratches on the base, and a very light one on the lid. Other than that, very nice MacBook.

Comes with power adapters, leaflet and box.

Spec is;
13.3 inch screen
1.3ghz intel core i5
4gb ram
128gb flash storage.

Battery count is 216

Pictures are attached.

Price and currency: 310
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank transfer or cash on collection
Location: salisbury
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Windows 10 Tip: Sticky Notes synced | Windows Experience Blog

Editor’s note: We’re back with the summer batch of weekly Windows 10 tips posts, which highlight some of the many helpful features that come with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make your daily life easier with a streamlined update process, as well as clean and simple experiences for your desktop.
Thanks to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, you’ll be able to take full advantage of the newest version of the Sticky Notes app.
With this most recent version, you can sync and backup notes across your phone, laptop and desktop — all your devices.
Now, you can also jot down a note on your PC and look it up on your phone, using applications such as Microsoft Launcher, Microsoft OneNote for Android and Microsoft OneNote for iPhone.
And bonus— the app is faster and more responsive, too!
Check it out in action:

Go to the video to see more of what you can do with Sticky Notes.
If you like this, check out more Windows 10 Tips.

How to plot out an Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration

With the number of users and organizations on Office 365, circumstances will inevitably require some of them to move between tenants.

An Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration can occur for several reasons, such as after a merger or acquisition or part of a company gets sold. These business events come with complicated legal maneuvers with rigid timelines. Most of these situations require completing tenant-to-tenant migrations on a schedule made by lawyers and executives with little to no regard for the time it takes to move the associated data. It’s up to the technical team to work out how to complete the migration and meet their deadline.

Whatever the reason, successfully executing a tenant-to-tenant migration within Office 365 is a complex process with some significant limitations. Let’s walk through the process to clarify what’s involved with this type of data migration process.

What data can migrate?

The biggest challenge with an Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration is knowing what data you can and cannot move. Microsoft develops new APIs continuously to give access to different types of data stored within Office 365, but as of publication, the accessibility is still somewhat limited.

To further complicate the issue, there is no Microsoft tool to move data between tenants. While there are many third-party applications to help migrate different types of Office 365 data between tenants, they all have different capabilities. Finding the right product for your Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration requires some research to find the tool — or tools — that move the data your organization needs.

While there are many third-party applications to help migrate different types of Office 365 data between tenants, they all have different capabilities

Out of the entire Office 365 suite, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business are the applications most commonly affected by this tenant migration effort. While there are multiple tools available to move these data types, this article can’t pick the right one for you.

The more popular and capable migration tools are BitTitan, Quest, ShareGate and AvePoint, which acquire new features and updated functionality regularly. My recommendation is to look at these tools and other similar ones to decide which one is best for your circumstances.

Different applications come with different complications

Not every application handles data the same, which further muddles the tenant migration process.

Planning a move between Office 365 tenants

For example, Skype for Business is an important communication tool for many organizations, but much of the data it uses is not with the application. The meetings data resides in Exchange and buddy lists live with the Skype for Business client. Most of the time, Skype for Business is not migrated between tenants but reconfigured at the destination tenant.

Teams is another application that presents a migration challenge. As of publication, Microsoft has not finished the APIs that will let third-party tools handle these tenant migrations. At the moment, you can move the SharePoint document libraries attached to Teams or the Exchange mailboxes that hold Teams calendars, but it’s not yet possible to migrate Teams entirely.

Preparing for your migration

As you inventory all the Office 365 applications that hold user data that you want to migrate, the list might overwhelm you. If you need to move mailboxes and data from multiple web applications such as Yammer, Bookings, Planner, Delve, Flow, Forms, Power BI, StaffHub, Stream, Sway and To-Do, then that’s going to take some work to get a handle on what is involved with each service.  

To further complicate this effort, you’ll find most of the Office 365 applications don’t support any migration. If you need data from a particular application, all you can do about it is try to recreate the data in your destination tenant the same way you did in the original tenant. Identifying what data you can, and cannot, move between Office 365 tenants is an important step, but it’s just the beginning of your migration process.

Another issue that can complicate the tenant migration timeline is bandwidth throttling. Microsoft controls the rate of speed when transferring data on Office 365 to ensure the health of the overall platform. This limitation can be very troublesome when you need to move a large amount of data in a short amount of time.

You can try to adjust the throttling on your Office 365 tenant if you open a support case with Microsoft, but there are no clear rules on how much, if at all, the throttling limits can be relaxed. In my experience, Microsoft will do everything possible to help you reach your deadline if you explain your situation.

Tenant names and vanity domains can be another difficult part of an Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration. All Office 365 tenant names need to be unique. This can make it difficult to find a tenant name that matches the name of your organization. Furthermore, a vanity domain — @company.com — can only be associated with a single Office 365 tenant. Exchange migration tools need to connect to the source mailbox and the destination mailbox by name, so most tools recommend making that connection using the @tenant.onmicrosoft.com address for each mailbox.

The best advice I can give is to make sure you understand the tools you chose to move data between Office 365 tenants. They all have recommended configurations that will make this work go much smoother and bring you much better results.

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For Sale – NUC 8i3BEK 240gb 8gb & Deskmini110 275gb 8gb

Baby on the way so starting to clear my gadget empire as it’s becoming serious obsession.
Very light usage as doing most of my browsing on phone these days and vero 4k in charge of media.
Fantastic condition and full working order. Original boxes, etc etc etc

At the moment I am looking to sell only one and have no preference as very happy with both.

NUC8I3BEK with PSU, bios up to date. Warranty until Feb 2022
Adata SX8200 M.2 NVME 240gb, warranty until Aug 2023
2x4gb 2400mhz Ram, matched sticks for dual channel

Deskmini 110 with PSU, bios up to date.
Intel I3 7320 4.1Ghz, Warranty until Aug 2020
Crucial MX300 275gb SSD, Warranty until Sep 2020
2x4gb 2400mhz Ram, matched sticks for dual channel
Intel AC 7265 wireless card with external antennas
VESA mount

Both come with Windows 10 PRO, fresh with all drivers installed.
Please note, windows is not activated, but you can purchase activation key should you wish.

Thanks for looking, any questions please let me know.

Price and currency: 300 & 240
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bacs/Cash
Location: London
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lenovo Yoga 370 core i7 reversable laptop/tablet

hi

we purchased this a little over a year ago 2nd hand to take on a holiday we had planned but that didn’t materialise. This has had very little use as its too small to use doing work stuff with – i like big screens, and i use a 32″ monitor and desktop at home. as such, this comes without a warranty.

It is unboxed but in excellent condition, complete with its stylus and its a black laptop.

Specs are:

Core i7 7500U cpu
16 GB of DDR4 ram
256 GB SSD drive
13.3″ full hd screen.
windows 10

Price and currency: 499
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bank transfer
Location: heybridge
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – GTX1060 6gb £100

PNY GTX1060 6gb bought from novatech about 6 months ago, used it for 2 months before upgrading to a GTX1070 and I’ve been so busy getting g ready to move house I forgot all about it, no box although it is in an anti static bag.

£100 collected from Manchester although if it helps I’m in York next weekend.

Price and currency: £100
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: Manchester
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