I have already addressed the question of the correct handling of the Microsoft Store several times, for example in the article “Windows 10 and the Microsoft Store“. Now it is all more important that the IT departments deal with the topic again.Continue reading “Microsoft identified a critical vulnerability and closed it via the Microsoft Store”
Changes in the life cycle of Microsoft products due to Corona / COVID-19.
Microsoft is extending the current lifecycle for some products to relieve the burden on IT departments. I took this opportunity to update the LifeCycle Diagrams from the articles “Microsoft Lifecycle Diagrams” and “Other Lifecycle Diagrams” from last year.
This time I translated them directly into English.
Microsoft is once again changing something in the Office 365 product portfolio. But this time, in my opinion, for the better. There are also new products for private persons, more about that later, but more important are the changes for companies. These are primarily name changes, whether for good or bad is a matter of personal opinion. Already in the past, customers have often mixed up the names.Continue reading “New names for Office 365 and Microsoft 365”
Ich wünsche allen ein frohes Weihnachtsfest unI wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I hope you can enjoy the quieter days with family and friends.
Between the holidays nothing will happen here, we will read each other again in the new year. Then articles will appear here a little more often.
The Christmas card was created by my wife Kerstin.
I got a mail from Microsoft, I was elected as an MCT Regional Lead for the 3rd time in a row. Since 2016 I am an MCT Regional Lead in Germany for Microsoft Certified Trainers.Continue reading “MCT Regional Lead 2020-2021”
For a long time, I have been planning a MeetUp on the topic of End User Computing, which I am starting to organize and regularly offering now. Many can’t imagine much about End-User Computing (EuC), in general, it’s about working on the end device, i.e. the computer, tablet, mobile phone and Co.Continue reading “End User Computing MeetUp – Bonn / Koblenz Area (Germany)”
Today was day 2 of the Microsoft Ignite in Orlando. Today I was in the focus in sessions about modern management on the move. That means, for example, Microsoft Intune, but especially the newly announced function of the “Microsoft Endpoint Manager”.Continue reading “Ignite day 2 – Modern Management recap”
The first day of the Ignite was very exciting. Due to my MCT status, I still had access to the keynote without having been there at 7 am. With a bit more luck I got a seat at the main stage.Continue reading “Ignite Day 1 – Recap”
For a while, it was a bit quieter here in the blog. Last weeks I was a bit busy with Infrastructureheroes.org. Infrastrukturhelden.de also profited from that. This page was also improved, but all links should work. If you find something that doesn’t work, please let me know. The first translations are now coming online in Infrastructureheroes. As you see, I try to publish a new article directly in both languages.Continue reading “Heading to Microsoft Ignite”
I have been writing in German for a long time at Infrastrukturhelden.de. I was often asked for translations or an English version. After a small test on LinkedIn I decided to translate the page. Since this requires some time and I prefer not to use the Google Translator, please be patient. I will translate as much as possible over time and I will start with the newer articles.Continue reading “News about Infrastructureheros.org”