Talk about telling your code to go screw itself
Announced at Ignite in 2017, Microsoft is now ready to start rolling out SharePoint hub sites but there is a catch as it’s not coming to everyone today. The company is only rolling them out to Targeted Release customers but it’s not all bad news for those anxious to get their hands on this new feature.
Microsoft announced the spring update to its Power BI and Power Apps platform today with a significant enhancement, a new common data service that enables companies to build data-based applications from a variety of data sources.
Microsoft is now hard at work finalizing its next major update for Windows 10, the Spring Creators Update, codenamed ‘Redstone 4,’ and scheduled for launch in the spring of 2018. Here are all the changes coming in this release
Backend technical issues appear to be the culprit behind Microsoft’s slow migration of features from Wunderlist to To-Do, according to comments from Wunderlist founder Christian Reber.
When Microsoft bought Wunderlist, the company announced that the app would eventually be shut down and that To-Do would take its place. But, as time passed, Microsoft said that Wunderlist would live-on a bit longer but that the plan was to still transition over to To-Do when the app was ready.
For Server fans, today is a big day as Microsoft has announced that Windows Server 2019 will be coming in the second half of this year and it will focus on hybrid, security, application platform, and hyper-converged infrastructure. In addition, a preview of the new software is available today for those that want to dive ahead of general availability.