Simplified iOS device management with Microsoft's Intune for Education

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Microsoft Intune for Education continues to deliver new and exciting iOS management capabilities that make it easier than ever for IT administrators to manage classroom devices from one unified console. Students often require different devices depending on the different stages in their development at school. And with the heavy use of iPads in early learning classrooms, Microsoft has continued to invest in broadening […]

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Technical webinars for the week of 5/27-5/31

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Check out the attached list of technical webinars for next week, to help you build your technical depth. Through these live, instructor-led webinars, you will receive interactive guidance with real-time Q&A capabilities – all at no cost to Microsoft Partner Network members! Technical-webinars-5.27-thru-5.31 To find additional dates and times for the webinars above, as well as the full suite of webinars and […]

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Using SharePoint On Premise Diagnostic tool

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  Futuristic, perhaps, but a powered screwdriver for space, almost looks like Han Solo’s pistol (sans scope)     From previous intro, we start using the tool to diagnose SharePoint problems.   Let’s install, and get to using it!   Once this is released, I expect this to be posted to a GitHub repository. For now, there will be some mystery for obtaining […]

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Demystifying the Native SQL Replication co-existence issues with Resident ConfigMgr DRS

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I think it is very common resident knowledge with experts who work on the cases involving Native SQL replication with ConfigMgr DRS (Be it MP Replica DB, or just plain out of box SQL Replication usage in ConfigMgr infra) “The Configuration works well until it breaks in way so bad that DRS is non-functional with poison messages all over” While we have […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook talks WWDC student program, coding initiatives and SAP

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For the past few years, Apple has been inviting student developers to attend its WWDC conference, which centers on development topics and software. A few students from this year’s batch are getting some more personal attention from Apple as it tries to raise awareness of the program and coding literacy via its Swift Playgrounds and other resources for students and teachers. Most […]

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Non-invasive glucose monitor EasyGlucose takes home Microsoft’s Imagine Cup and $100K

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Microsoft’s yearly Imagine Cup student startup competition crowned its latest winner today: EasyGlucose, a non-invasive, smartphone-based method for diabetics to test their blood glucose. It and the two other similarly beneficial finalists presented today at Microsoft’s Build developer conference. The Imagine Cup brings together winners of many local student competitions around the world, with a focus on social good and, of course, […]

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