>>Presence in teams has been updated. If you’re a user in coexistence mode Microsoft Teams; which means you’re an organisation that are using both Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business at the same time. Microsoft have now released an update that has routing and presence fully aligned. >>What its like now. Here is a table to show what application the presence is taken from against the different modes available.
>>Produce Easy to follow steps. I just wanted to make a quick blog about a tool that I don’t think many people know about or utilize to its full potential! With nothing to download and it being installed/configured already why not?! >>What is it? Steps recorder is a piece of software pre-installed on all Windows 10 machines that works as a keylogger, screen capture and annotation tool all in one.
>>Making my life easier with Flow. >>What is the problem? My problem was that we had users emailing me a list of bugs that were found during testing or use of one of our Mobile Apps. That got kind of messy when it came to sorting them out and keeping track of them. I found Microsoft Planner, which is a Kanban based Task Management system offered by Microsoft. This was fine for a while I would copy and paste the issues in the required Planner and track them that way.
>>Making life easier with Azure Automation!! >>What is it? The Start/Stop VMs during off-hours solution starts and stops your Azure virtual machines on user-defined schedules, provides insights through Azure Log Analytics, and sends optional emails by using SendGrid. It supports both Azure Resource Manager and classic VMs for most scenarios. >>Why? Currently I have a Dev environment that is costing money when its not being used. There is an easy way to “Auto-Shutdown” the VM at a specific time using the Auto-Shutdown Operation within your VM on Azure.
>>My Novice interactions with Azure Site Recovery. >>What is ASR? Azure Site Recovery orchestrates and manages disaster recovery for Azure VMs, and on-premises VMs and physical servers. Most if not all of my development happens in or around Microsoft Azure. I wanted to try and find a DR plan that would fit with this and even keep me in the cloud. I came across Azure Site Recovery and after some tinkering found that it would be the right fit for me