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Microsoft sparks up Ignite with fresh Azure, Office 365 features

New Skype, Bing and Linkedin integration?

Kill me now

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Windows

The future is now!

One Graph API to rule them all!

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Devil

Re: The future is now!

"One Graph API to rule them all!"

eek! Don't bring graphs into this... this means...powerpoint!

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My Raspberry pi has better uptime than Azure/Office 365, just saying .... and, it occasionally happens, on weekends, that I forget to power it on ...

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Is it just me or is this starting to sound like farcebook for business?

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3 Office 365 minus 87 users and counting.

I might put those numbers on a ribbon.

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Typo?

Microsoft is also aiming a new crop of Windows 10 S hardware

"crop"?

Huh, funny, it's not even as if the 'o' key is anywhere near the 'a' key...

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Has to be said!

Satnav's keynote presentation was dire

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So when can I get password blacklisting on my on-prem Active Directory logins, hmmm? Something that might help secure those emails? I'd even be willing to create the bad-password database myself, if the format wasn't too complicated.

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"So when can I get password blacklisting on my on-prem Active Directory logins, hmmm?"

Why would you need to blacklist complex passwords that had not been previously used? You apparently don't understand how to enforce strong passwords...

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Missing off their list is uptime of < 97%

Oh..... and they missed off the new T&C requirements,

that state all data related to performance and up-times are considered the proprietary internal information of Microsoft and must not be disclosed, without prior written authorization from MS

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Linux support yet?

Any chance they have announced support for video calls in Skype for business in Linux. I'm fed up searching for a windows PC to be able to join meetings and can't get the company to switch to anything sane that works everywhere.

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