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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Microsoft releases new “Tenant Restriction” capability

A few days ago, Microsoft announced the General Availability of the “Tenant Restriction” capability. Although I have not been able to play with it so far, I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on the usefulness of the

#Zune Retro Ads


Great product, late to market, confusing but visually brilliant ad campaigns. Oh Zune, you left us too soon. If only you were still around – people would love you so. Except the part about people not listening to standalone music

Assigning Microsoft Classroom licenses to multiple users


Rachel Chisnall (@ibpossum) and I had some trouble assigning Microsoft Classroom licenses to multiple users. The preferred way is to use Microsoft’s School Data Sync if you have it in place. But if you don’t and want to make a few

OneDrive for Business… In your own language!


So! I joined an awesome team at Valo Intranet recently and I’m super excited of what we are cooking to make you fall in love with your intranet! Even though thing are going fairly smoothly over there, one very specific

Introducing EXPTA Consulting!


I’m super excited to announce that I’ve started a new IT consulting practice, EXPTA Consulting, LLC. With over 30 years’ of experience and the highest certifications in the IT industry, count on EXPTA Consulting as your trusted advisor. We specialize in

Office 365 Update: We’re removing Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online

Beginning March 2017, new SharePoint Online organizations will no longer have access to the Site Mailbox feature, existing SharePoint Online organizations will no longer be able to create new Site Mailboxes; however, any Site Mailboxes provisioned prior to March 2017