The IT Pro Weekly Wrap-up for May 8, 2015 Lisa Schmeiser

The IT Pro Weekly Wrap-up for May 8, 2015

Each week we wrap up all the best and popular content from our family of technology sites, including WindowsITProSupersiteSQL Server ProDev ProSharePoint Pro, and myITforum.com. We produce a lot of valuable information daily and weekly and if you blink you'll probably miss something important. So, this is our way of making sure you get the most for your loyal readership in a quick and easily consumable fashion.

Here we go…

 

Windows IT Pro

The Windows IT Pro community is the heartbeat of the IT professional world. A leading destination for the gathering of people, content and resources, Windows IT Pro is focused on technologies and applications implemented and integrated across on-premises and the Cloud.

Why the power of Office Graph and Delve frightened some Ignite attendees

Windows Update for Business is Better, Says Microsoft

Microsoft declares war on Symantec Enterprise Vault and looks to bring back data into Exchange Online

Microsoft Ignite: How Microsoft's declared war on the e-mail attachment

News about Data Loss Prevention for SharePoint Online revealed at Microsoft Ignite

Roadmap reveals potential for Office 365 Groups

ConfigMgr 2016 to Release Twice

Microsoft Ignite Keynote Announcement Summary

Microsoft Ignite: Harry Shum's keynote from the future

It's like you were there: the keynote as Windows IT Pro saw it


Supersite

SuperSite for Windows is the top online destination for business technology professionals who buy, manage and use technology to drive business - whether its Microsoft’s Windows, other Microsoft business solutions or those of its competitors.

Surface 3 now available for retail purchase

Windows Phone sees meager growth from Q1 2014 to Q1 2015 worldwide

Microsoft Ignite: Day 1 sessions now available on-demand

OneDrive universal apps due after Windows 10 RTM; file placeholders might return

Gallery: Microsoft Ignite Expo Show Floor

 

 

SQL Server Pro

SQL Server Pro covers the issues that matter to SQL Server database administrators, developers, and architects, as well as BI professionals. SQL Server users at all levels, from novice to advanced, will learn practical, hands-on information straight from SQL Server experts.

SQL Select: 8 Great New Features in SQL Server 2016

The Microsoft Ignite Keynote and the End of the DBA Role (as We Know It)

SQL Server Public Preview Coming This Summer

 

 


Dev Pro

DevPro is a large and established community of developers, delivering comprehensive, independent content covering the entire Microsoft stack as well as Open Source and Docker initiatives.

The New Microsoft vs an Age Old Problem

New Microsoft Edge Dev Blog now online

 


SharePoint Pro

SharePoint Pro helps developers, admins, business analysts, and IT pros learn to plan for, architect, deploy, develop, and manage SharePoint and Office 365.

Three Office 365 Improvements that IT Pros Will Appreciate

SharePoint 2016 Preview Coming This Year

Office 2016 Public Preview: 7 Things Users Will Like


myITforum

myITforum.com is a community of worldwide IT professionals that visit each day to find solutions to problems they face.  These answers come in the form of articles, self-help forum posts, self-help email discussion lists, a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) database, blog posts, and online media such as videos and podcasts.

How to install Software Update Point in SCCM 2012 R2

Step-by-Step SCCM 2012 R2 CU5 Installation guide

Early look DPM BaaS in Azure Pack


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