If you’ve just emerged from a cave or from under a rock, then you might like to read about Windows 10 and HoloLens. It’s been amazing to see how in “90 minutes”, the image of Microsoft has done a 180 degree turnaround. The carefully orchestrated and timed announcements on Wednesday were very effective.
- Multiple domain names and themes on a single Tenant portal: More WAP-tastic extensibility.
- Microsoft Provides a Much More Complete Look at Windows 10: Paul Thurrott
- Windows 10 will be Free Upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 Users: MSFT wants everyone to have the best access to online services.
- Hands-On with Microsoft HoloLens: Paul Thurrott had an hour with the augmented reality headset.
- Windows RT Will Not Be Upgraded to Windows 10: As I predicted quite a while ago, Windows RT went the way of Windows for MIPS processors.
- The next chapter of Office on Windows: Universal touch-first apps included in Windows 10 for free (phone and small tablets – license probably limited to personal usage).
- Setting up Active Directory for a Disaster Recovery Environment: Talking about how to get AD up and running consistently in your DR site.
- Best Practices for Process Server Deployment when Protecting VMware and Physical Workloads with Azure Site Recovery: Getting the InMage Process Server configured for your replication from vSphere.
- New Office Visio Stencil: These stencils contain more than 300 icons to help you create visual representations of Microsoft Office or Microsoft Office 365 deployments including Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, Microsoft Lync Server 2013, and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013
- Azure RMS Migration Guidance: The Azure RMS Migration guidance contains a whitepaper with step-by-step guidance and links to cmdlets and tools to migrate on-premises Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) server key and templates to Azure Rights Management services (Azure RMS) while preserving access to protected content.