Future PowerShell Compatibility

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From Redmond Magazine: In the announcement, Steve Lee, a principal software engineering manager for the PowerShell team, described the many obstacles the team has encountered in trying to assure the compatibility of PowerShell Core 6.1 with older Windows PowerShell modules. The PowerShell team typically has needed to set up individual projects with other technical groups at Microsoft to make the Windows PowerShell module compatibility happen. “It is important to understand that the Windows PowerShell module porting work won’t be complete by the time PowerShell Core 6.1 GA nor when the next version of Windows 10 is released, and we expect […]

SharePoint 2019 Feature Changes

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From CMS Wire: 6 SharePoint 2019 Additions What follows isn’t a comprehensive list of new additions or deprecated or removed features. Deprecated features are those features that SharePoint is no longer investing in and may remove in the future. A removed feature is no longer supported by Microsoft in SharePoint Server 2019 Public Preview. In many cases the feature is actually removed from the product, but in some cases it may still be present. Generally speaking, the added features reflect what Microsoft calls the “modern experience,” or experiences that are “compelling, flexible, mobile, and easier to use.” They include: 1. […]

Microsoft Office 2019 Preview

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From Destination ZD Net: Exchange Server 2019 adds updated search (powered by Bing) and updated calendaring features, including “Do Not Forward” and “Simplified Calendar Sharing.” Skype for Business Server 2019 adds improvements around hybrid support, plus new features including Cloud Voicemail, Cloud Org Auto Attendant, Cloud Call Data Connector and Streamlined Migration to Teams. SharePoint Server 2019 will bring a more “modern” interface, improved performance and scale, simplified management and deeper SharePoint Framework integration, as Microsoft execs disclosed earlier this year. Project Server 2019, which has collaboration capabilities provided by SharePoint Server 2019, adds performance and scalability improvements, updated reporting, […]

KnowledgeLake Becomes Charter Partner

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From Destination CRM: KnowledgeLake has been named one of the 11 charter partners in Microsoft’s new Content Services Partner Program. This program coincides with the launch of the Microsoft Content Services platform, an end-to-end set of software and services that connects entire workplaces and enables intelligent content management. KnowledgeLake was chosen for this program and is now considered “Microsoft Preferred” after having met all the requirements to become a charter partner. KnowledgeLake is an independent software vendort charter partner.(read more)