Month: June 2020

Windows 10 – A free file recovery tool from Microsoft

There are already thousands of file recovery tools on the market, some free, some expensive, all with different capabilities and actual results. And while many of you already use Cloud storage providers (like Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive – both consumer or enterprise) to store your files, there is still chances that you may need …

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Office 365 – You can now have a consolidated view of all products and services

With more and more services, integration and features available from Office 365 it can be become a little bit difficult to stay on top of what is being used through your Office 365 tenant. Well, a new Your products section has appear below the Billing section of the Office 365 administration portal (https://admin.microsoft.com/) From there …

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Teams – A new third party cloud storage provider – Egnyte – is available and enabled by default

As you already know Office 365 services (such as Exchange Online or Teams) give your organization the ability to connect to third party cloud storage providers like Dropbox or Google Drive. Well a new third party cloud storage provider (Egnyte) is now available for Teams and is enabled by default – so if you manage …

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Power Platform – A new administration portal for Power Apps, Power Automate and Dynamics 365

You may already know Power Apps, Power Automate (aka Flows) or Dynamics 365, the Microsoft cloud solution to quickly develop mobile applications and workflows without writing a line of code. Well, until now each of these solutions had his own administration portal https://make.powerapps.com/ for Power Apps https://flow.microsoft.com/ for Power Automate/Flows https://home.dynamics.com/ for Dynamics 365 Starting …

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AWS – Honeycode or how to quickly build web and mobile applications

A new Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been introduced in preview called Honeycode – https://www.honeycode.aws/ This new AWS service gives you the power to build powerful mobile & web applications without writing any code; if you are familiar with Microsoft PowerApps, this is basically very similar. Honeycode is mainly oriented (for now?) for spreadsheet oriented …

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Intune – You can now get endpoint analytics to help you identify performance and health issues (preview)

As you know, troubleshooting endpoint performance or issues is not an easy task, especially when devices are now more frequently outside of the corporate network. To try simplify this task, Microsoft is introducing a new capability to Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager to provide analytics from endpoints to administrators. With the first release of Endpoint Analytics, you …

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Intune – Administrator accounts do not need anymore to be licensed

Until now, Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager administrator accounts had to be licensed to be able to access the Intune/Endpoint administration portal and manage the service. Well, good news, this license requirement is no longer needed. You can now enable administration access without licensing your administration accounts. To start enabling this access, logon to your Intune/Endpoint Configuration …

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Outlook – Outlook is checking the recipients of your email have access to the content you are sharing

As you know, content sharing in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business is managed by policies at the tenant level and then at the site level by administrators. Sometime, end-users are not fully aware about these policies neither which level of sharing is authorized. Outlook client is now able to check if the recipients of …

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SharePoint Online / OneDrive – The maximum single file size limit has been increased to 100Gb

The upload limit of a single file size has been increased from 15 Gb to 100 Gb for both SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business. As always when uploading large individual files it is recommended to use the OneDrive for Business client to sync the file(s) to take advantage of the synchronization capabilities of the …

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Intune – You can now continue Autopilot Hybrid Azure AD Join process even if your AD domain is not reachable

By now, you already know Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager Autopilot which allows you to give your end-users new devices without having to build them (or even get them refreshed). You may already know that you can also perform an Azure Active Directory Hybrid Join process (aka registering the device in Azure AD and in your on-premises …

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