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Tuesday September 30

18:53
When Product Management Meets Social Justice

In technology, we often find a lot of cool stuff that, as developers, engineers and yes, even product managers, we think is just plain cool. In agile development, we create epics, where we lay out customer stories and tie them into a set of features; however, while we’re working towards our goals we often find those technical places where we discover we can do something super cool. And we sometimes want to weave those into our stories as features in products simply because we want to make stuff that we’re technically proud of. But should we?

Too often we don’t consider what the social ramifications are to features. Time and time again we hear stories of what seemed like a cool feature that got abused. When we’re creating software, we think of the art. We want to change the world after reading too much Guy Kawasaki. We want to build sometimes just for the sake of building. And sometimes we come to a place where we think we just have to add something into a product. Then we...

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17:00
Submit Your OS X Yosemite Apps Today

Prepare your apps for the Mac App Store by downloading the OS X Yosemite GM candidate and Xcode 6.1 GM seed now. With these latest releases, Swift is now final and you can submit your Mac apps written with Swift to the Mac App Store. Learn more about OS X Yosemite.

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17:00
Submit Your OS X Yosemite Apps Today

Prepare your apps for the Mac App Store by downloading the OS X Yosemite GM candidate and Xcode 6.1 GM seed now. With these latest releases, Swift is now final and you can submit your Mac apps written with Swift to the Mac App Store. Learn more about OS X Yosemite.

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09:00
Visio webcast on October 7: Leveraging Visio—...

Two of the most significant techniques to enhance the value of a Microsoft Visio diagram are to incorporate data and to create hyperlinks to external locations.

This session is a deep dive into hyperlinking and will demonstrate some of the more subtle but incredibly useful features of Visio hyperlinking. Not only will you learn how to link a Visio shape to a Word document, you will also learn how to build a link that takes the reader to a specific word or phrase in that document. You’ll learn similar tricks for Excel and PowerPoint, as well as how to create hyperlinks that automatically generate a pre-addressed email message.

You will also learn how to leverage the data in your diagrams by creating and running reports. In the final segment you will learn multiple techniques for sharing your Visio diagrams with people who don’t have Visio.

Presented by Scott Helmers, MVP, Harvard Computing Group.

Attend this session...

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09:00
Introducing the Enterprise Social Resource Center

It’s no secret that social networking has fundamentally changed the way we connect and communicate in our personal lives. Now, social is transforming the way we work by enabling businesses to tap into the power of human networks.

Earlier this year, we shared our vision for the future of work: to empower companies to work like a network. To build on this vision, we’re excited to announce the launch of the Enterprise Social Resource Center, a library of educational resources designed to help business leaders and decision makers better understand the value of enterprise social. Bringing together white papers, e-books, infographics, customer success stories—and lots more—into a single location, the Enterprise Social Resource Center is a...

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09:00
OneNote lends a helping hand

Today’s post about OneNote was written by Jean White, who collaborated with Steven Luker to share his story. 

Steven Luker is an avid OneNote user. At first glance, though, his situation might seem very different from most people. Because of cerebral palsy, he uses a wheelchair, is non-verbal and has full use of only one arm.

When Steven shared with us how he uses technology to solve a lot of the problems he deals with, something became evident: Steven is a lot like everyone else. He’s a busy guy, juggling home life, a startup and involvement his church and in the tech community—and he needs a way to keep track of everything. He found a way to use OneNote to support him and his tricks can help you too.

OneNote is the quickest way for Steven to make notes that he can easily retrieve from his computer, iPad, a web browser or his Windows Phone. Notes are also a great way for him to communicate with people. He can type up notes ahead of time—like...

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Monday September 29

17:00
iOS 8.1 beta Now Available

iOS 8.1 beta Now Available

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17:00
iOS 8.1 beta Now Available

iOS 8.1 beta Now Available

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17:00
Xcode 6.1 beta 3 for OS X Yosemite Now Available

Xcode 6.1 beta 3 for OS X Yosemite Now Available

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17:00
Xcode 6.1 beta 3 for OS X Yosemite Now Available

Xcode 6.1 beta 3 for OS X Yosemite Now Available

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15:20
About OS X bash Update 1.0

This document describes the security content of OS X bash Update 1.0.

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12:30
Accelerate your Office 365 adoption: Microsoft...

Jared Spataro is the general manager of Enterprise Social at Microsoft.

Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of the Office 365 Customer Success Center, a new website designed to help customers drive adoption and business value.  This new resource is targeted at what we call “Office 365 Champions” and I wanted to provide some additional context on why I think this is an exciting milestone for Office 365.

Getting the most out of Office 365

I love to hear how customers are using Office 365 to change the way they do business, but if you’ve worked with new technologies before, you know that a real success story takes more than just making the tools available. To really get the most out of an investment in a new technology, you have to help people understand what they can do with it.  And...

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09:00
New version of Lync SDN interface now available

Today’s post was written by Jamie Stark, project manager on the Lync Team.

It’s been just a few months since were at TechEd talking about how Unified Communications (UC) can take advantage of Software Defined Networking (SDN). Since then the industry hasn’t stopped talking about the utility of UC SDN across different scenarios, from diagnosing where media issues happen in the network to automating Quality of Service (QoS).

In the meantime, we’ve been hard at work across three paths.  First, we have a growing list of partners working to integrate, test and qualify with the Lync Server SDN interface—most recently being Meru Networks and Extreme Networks.  These partners are...

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Friday September 26

20:30
Music I Write Code To
14:10
You’ve got Office on your homepage

Today’s post was written by Matt Gauthier, senior program manager with the Office Online team.

You can now start Microsoft Office Online from Bing, as well as from the exciting new MSN, which you can now preview. So no matter what homepage you prefer—your Office documents are always just one click away.

If you haven’t heard about Office Online– it is Microsoft’s take on Google Docs. Office Online includes a version of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote that work in your browser without having to install anything. Just visit office.com and start working. All your documents are stored in your personal OneDrive cloud storage so you can access them using any computer. Both...

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12:00
Office 365 news round-up

The updates and improvements we’ve made to Office 365 over the past two weeks offer something for everyone – from students to partners to business professionals.

We started rolling out the first phase of Groups in Office 365, which provides a level of collaboration and information sharing that can help any organization work like a network, and we explained how we’re raising the bar on visibility in Office 365 and giving you more control of your organization’s data. We also launched a new Office 365 home page to make it even easier for you to access all of the services that Office 365 provides.

We started a new program that lets students sign up for free...

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06:21
Licensing The Xcode Command Line Tools

Tools that leverage the Xcode Command Line Tools might have a problem if you install the tools without agreeing to the license. Here, you can see IntelliJ complaining about just that:

To agree to the license agreement, you can use xcrun along with the cc verb:

sudo xcrun cc

This is an interactive command line environment so in order to script it you’d need to use expect to feed in the correct parameters.

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Thursday September 25

19:48
Mac Network Commands Cheat Sheet

After writing up the presentation for MacSysAdmin in Sweden, I decided to go ahead and throw these into a quick cheat sheet for anyone who’d like to have them all in one place. Good luck out there, and stay salty.

Get an ip address for en0:

ipconfig getifaddr en0

Same thing, but setting and echoing a variable:

ip=`ipconfig getifaddr en0` ; echo $ip

View the subnet mask of en0:

ipconfig getoption en0 subnet_mask

View the dns server for en0:

ipconfig getoption en0 domain_name_server

Get information about how en0 got its dhcp on:

ipconfig getpacket en1

View some network info:

ifconfig en0

Set en0 to have an ip address of 10.10.10.10 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0:

ifconfig en0 inet 10.10.10.10 netmask 255.255.255.0

Show a list of locations on the computer:

networksetup -listlocations

Obtain the active location the system is using:

networksetup -...

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09:56
TA14-268A: GNU Bourne Again Shell (Bash) ‘Shellshock...

Original release date: September 25, 2014
Systems Affected

  • GNU Bash through 4.3.
  • Mac OS X
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 through 7
  • CentOS 5 through 7
  • Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, 12.04 LTS, and 14.04 LTS
  • Debian
  • Other Unix-based Operating Systems

Overview

A critical vulnerability has been reported in the GNU Bourne Again Shell (Bash), the common command-line shell used in most Linux/UNIX operating systems and Apple’s Mac OS X. The flaw could allow an attacker to remotely execute shell commands by attaching malicious code in environment variables used by the operating system...

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09:00
Say hello to the 2015 Office Champions

Today, we are pleased to introduce to you this year’s group of Office Champions. Some of them are returning, and some of them are new—but all of them have unique stories to tell about how Office helps them succeed.

While Office delivers some of the greatest productivity tools on the planet, this esteemed group of influencers embody productivity. They are experts in fitness, fashion, technology, entrepreneurship, parenting and travel—and they rely on Office to manage the nitty gritty of everyday work and everyday life.

Check out the Office Facebook page to learn more about the 2015 Office Champions and how Office helps them stay on top of it all.

 

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09:00
5 tips to make your Outlook.com account even more...

In a world of multiple devices, online ubiquity, and cloud storage, the security of your personal content—email, documents, and photos—is more important than ever. In addition to the behind-the-scenes work we do to keep your Outlook.com account secure, we’ve made a list of what we think are the top five things that you can do, to help keep your account as secure as possible:

1. Use a strong password and change it often

A strong password is one that is not easy to guess. Our advice is to make your password a combination of upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and symbols. We also recommend that you change it often, just in case someone manages to guess it. We recommend changing it every two months, and when you do, it should not be in any sort of pattern. For example, don’t simply change your password from “heLLo.1” to “heLLo.2”.

2. Use different passwords for each online account

We all use multiple services—be that Facebook, Twitter, Xbox...

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09:00
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 017 with...

In episode 17, Jeremy Thake chats to Matthias Einig, a SharePoint MVP, about transforming SharePoint Full Trust Code to the SharePoint app model.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP17_MatthiasEinig.mp3

Download the podcast.

Weekly update

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09:00
Delivering the first chapter of Groups in Office 365

Jared Spataro is the general manager of Enterprise Social at Microsoft.

At the SharePoint Conference in March, we announced our roadmap for a set of connected experiences that would enable your company to work like a network. This month, we reached an important milestone with Office Delve. Continuing on this journey, today we are rolling out the first phase of Groups in Office 365.

Getting things done at work means sharing information and collaborating across ad hoc groups and project teams.  But, often times the tools we use to bring people together are different in each app—distribution groups in Outlook, buddy lists in Lync, groups in Yammer.  That’s why we’re introducing Groups in Office 365, so you can easily connect with the...

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09:00
EWS Managed API for .NET is now open source

 Victor Boctor is a principal architect on the Exchange team.

Last month, we released the Exchange Web Services (EWS) Java API as open source under the MIT license. Since then, we have received great feedback from the community, including many contributions via bug reports and pull requests. Today, we are building on this momentum by releasing the EWS Managed API, the .NET implementation of this API, as open source. Unlike the EWS Java API, this is the first time that the EWS Managed API has been made available as an open-source library. The open-source EWS Managed API provides the following advantages:

  • You can contribute bug fixes and enhancements to enable scenarios that you care about while making integrating with Exchange even more awesome than it is today...
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Wednesday September 24

21:02
Loss of cellular service or ability to use Touch ID...

We have a workaround for you if you have an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus and you lost cellular service and Touch ID functionality today after updating to iOS 8.0.1. You can reinstall iOS 8 through iTunes by following the instructions below. We are also preparing iOS 8.0.2 with a fix for the issue, and will release it as soon as it's ready in the next few days.

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09:00
Format Background in PowerPoint Online

Over the summer, a crew of interns joined the PowerPoint team and our goal for them was to experience the excitement of designing and implementing features for PowerPoint Online. We tasked our interns with delivering a feature that you, our customers, have been asking for—the ability to format slide backgrounds in PowerPoint Online, which is known as Format Background in PowerPoint Desktop. The PowerPoint Online implementation of this feature was designed by a program manager intern, coded by a developer intern and has been thoroughly tested by our engineering team to ensure that it meets a high quality bar. Our interns have now returned to their respective universities, but their contributions are available to all our PowerPoint Online users around the world.

Much like in PowerPoint Desktop, you can find the Format Background feature on the Design tab.

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Tuesday September 23

16:11
Apple Web Server notifications

This article provides credit to people who have reported potential security issues in Apple's web servers.

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12:09
Manage Apex Domains In OS X

OS X Server supports running a traditional bind implementation of DNS. You can define a record for most any name, including google.com, www.google.com, www.www.google.com, etc. You can use this to redirect subdomains. In this example, we’ll create an A Record to point www.google.com to 127.0.0.1 without breaking other google.com subdomains. To get started, let’s use the DNS service in the Server app to create test.www.google.com. The reason for this is that OS X will then create a zone file for www.google.com. If we created www.google.com instead, then OS X would automatically create google.com, which would break the other subdomains. To do so, open Server app and click on the DNS...

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09:58
Microsoft Online Services Bug Bounty Program...

Travis Rhodes is senior security lead for Office 365.

Today we’re announcing the participation of Office 365 in the new Microsoft Online Services Bug Bounty Program. Through this program, which launches today, we are able to reward and recognize security researchers by offering a bounty for qualifying security vulnerabilities they report to us. We are participating in this program for a number of reasons, chief among them are:

  1. We take security vulnerabilities very seriously. We recognize that you, our customers, depend on us for tools to run your organizations, whether that is a Fortune 500 company, a small business, a non-profit, or an educational institution. We take it seriously that you trust us with your data, and this program is part of our investment in continually improving the security of our services. You can find more...
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09:00
Finnair takes to the cloud with Office 365

Today’s post on Finnair’s move to Office 365 is excerpted from the full case study.

The airline industry has seen its share of turbulence over the last decade, as mega-airlines merge and acquire smaller players, more regional airlines take to the air, and customers aggressively seek online bargains. Finnair, Finland’s largest airline and the fifth oldest airline in the world, has remained successful because it knows how to adapt and find smarter ways to operate.

In the face of many new low-cost air carriers springing up across Europe, Finnair still dominates both domestic and international air travel in Finland. “We have survived because we’ve been successful at keeping our costs under control, but we also understand that you can’t cut costs at the expense of customer...

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09:00
Give your inbox a personality with Advanced Rules in...

Today’s post was written by Mike Schackwitz, principal director of program management on the Outlook.com team.

Since we announced that Outlook.com had introduced the most sophisticated rules in webmail, we’ve heard a great response from a lot of our customers who are using the feature to manage their inbox. Today, we want to provide you with a few examples of Advanced Rules, so you can try them out yourself—if you haven’t already.

The way we see it, each rule has its own personality—and it’s a personality that you can create. ‘The Auto-Archiver’ helps you get organized, ‘The Golden Child’ helps you remember things and ‘The Bouncer’ protects your inbox from mail you don’t want. When combined, Advanced Rules allow you to customize your inbox so that it can manage itself. To help you get started, here are these examples plus a few more to try...

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Monday September 22

06:30
Students and teachers: You may be eligible to get...

It was just about a year ago we announced Student Advantage, a benefit that allows eligible students to get Office 365 from their school for free. One drawback to Student Advantage—the onus has been on the school to initiate the service, create an account and order the Office 365 license on behalf of the student.

Today we’re making it easier on the school IT department with a new self-serve model for students that lets them sign up for the free service on their own.

If you’re a student 13 years-old of age or older, here’s what you can do the check your eligibility and get Office for free:

  1. Go to Office 365 for Students.
  2. Enter a valid school-provided email address.

Here’s what qualified students will...

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06:08
Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: Ways to avoid...

Today’s post was written by Steve Birge, Content Developer for Office.com/support.

You’ve got a meeting coming up where several team members will be presenting. So how do you jumble and juggle multiple PowerPoint presentations without reinventing wheels, losing pieces or looking unprofessional? We’ll look at a few ways to make a new presentation out of slides you already have, and see how you can take the same slide deck to several meetings and give customized, unique presentations at each one.

Join us for our Office 15-Minute Webinar at 9:15 A.M. Pacific Time. There’s also a 20-minute Q&A afterwards. You will need to register for this webinar (it takes only a few seconds).

Register and attend

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Thursday September 18

10:00
iAd Producer 5 Now Available

iAd Producer 5 Now Available

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10:00
iAd Producer 5 Now Available

iAd Producer 5 Now Available

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09:30
Launch documents and get started right away with the...

Starting something new. We’ve all been there. The first day of school, starting a new job, or even moving to a new town. As we become familiar with the new surroundings, buildings, new faces and personalities, schedules, and rhythms we start with a home base from which to explore.

Using technology is no different. It’s important to have a home base where you can start, a place where you can access all of your services, downloads and settings and launch into new experiences, applications and adventures to expand your possibilities.

Today we’re announcing a new home page experience in Office 365. We’re rolling out the new home page to current Exchange or SharePoint customers now. Customers can access the home page from the web experience of Office 365, which you get to by signing in to the Office 365 portal.

Once there, you just click the Office 365 logo in the top left-hand web navigation to go to the home page. New...

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09:00
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 016 with...

In episode 14, Jeremy Thake chats to Andrew Connell, a SharePoint MVP, about SharePoint workflow with regards to versioning and calling remote web services.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP16_AndrewConnell.mp3

Download the podcast.

Weekly update

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09:00
Building a global brand with local flavor  

Today’s post about Office 365 was written by Anders Munck, enterprise architect with the Carlsberg Group.

 

The past 14 years have been some of the most tumultuous in Carlsberg’s 167-year history of manufacturing beer. We used to license our beer to other breweries, but when our competitors started buying them up, we had to change our business model. So we began acquiring our own breweries. We’ve grown from serving four small markets in 2000 to successfully reinventing ourselves as a global beer brand. Becoming the fourth-largest brewer in the world brought with it a huge challenge: how do we incorporate many globally dispersed businesses into one company? And how do we ensure that our 500 different brands all live up to Carlsberg’s high standard of excellence?

To address these questions, Carlsberg introduced a vision for the business that we call “GloCal...

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Wednesday September 17

19:13
iOS 8: List of available trusted root certificates

The iOS Trust Store contains trusted root certificates that are preinstalled with iOS.

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18:22
About the security content of OS X Server v2.2.3

This document describes the security content of OS X Server v2.2.3.

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18:22
About the security content of OS X Server v3.2.1

This document describes the security content of OS X Server v3.2.1.

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18:17
About the security content of OS X Mavericks v10.9.5...

This document describes the security content of OS X Mavericks v10.9.5 and Security Update 2014-004.

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17:50
About the OS X Server v3.2.1 Update

This software updates OS X Server versions 3.0 through 3.1.2. It requires OS X Mavericks v10.9.5.

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15:30
OneNote announces the Share extension for iOS 8

Today’s post on OneNote was written by Avneesh Kohli, program manager on the OneNote team. 

Today, we’re announcing the OneNote Share extension update for your iPad and iPhone, making it easier than ever to send content from your favorite apps to OneNote. All you need is an iPhone or iPad running iOS 8, the new operating system.

Get started by downloading OneNote for iPad or OneNote for iPhone for free from the App Store. If you already have OneNote installed, simply open the App Store and get the latest version from the Updates tab available. As soon as your phone updates to iOS 8,  you’ll be ready to use the Share Extension. Lastly, make sure are signed into OneNote with your Microsoft account on your iOS device, so you can enable the Share extension functionality.

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15:29
Office 365 APIs Starter Project for Windows

We’re building a set of starter projects that are intended to help you become familiar with the different Office 365 client libraries on the platforms you care about. In each project, we’ll show you how to use the client libraries to integrate your users’ Office 365 data into your app.

Using the Office 365 client libraries can simplify your life greatly as you code against the Office 365 APIs from your app. Here are just a few  examples:

  • Use the client libraries’ authentication business logic for getting the client access token. This means you don’t have to implement the authentication, authorization, and consent workflow that’s required for OAuth.
  • The client libraries remove the requirement to implement JSON serialization/deserialization in to/from objects; they have parity with the service metadata description; they manage the client access token; and they can make the object model easier to use.
  • Using the client libraries, you can leverage...
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12:01
About the security content of Xcode 6.0.1

This document describes the security content of Xcode 6.0.1.

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10:10
About the security content of Apple TV 7

This document describes the security content of Apple TV 7.

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09:00
Associated Industries of Massachusetts: more...

Today’s post about Office 365 was written by Cindy Lyman, chief financial officer at Associated Industries of Massachusetts.

It’s not always easy to age gracefully. As an association that’s nearly 100 years old, Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) has always adapted to changing member needs, governmental structures and—now more than ever—technological expectations.

AIM is the largest statewide association of Massachusetts employers, with a mission to improve the financial performance of member employers through a unique combination of lobbying, management and human-resource services. The 4,500 members and 49 employees of AIM work together to create economic opportunity by reducing business costs, shaping state and federal regulation, and ensuring an educated work force.

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Tuesday September 16

15:00
What does it mean to own your data in Office 365? ...

Kamal Janardhan is the principal program manager in the Office 365 Information Protection team.

In our last few From Inside the Cloud posts, we offered an insider’s perspective from lead engineers Perry Clarke, Vivek Sharma and Shawn Veney on how we protect your data at rest, who has access to your data within Office 365, and how Office 365 does continuous compliance. They explained the various mitigations that we have in place for data security, access control, and ensuring that customers have the ability to comply with regulations or their own organizational policies.

These posts followed an overview on why trust Office 365 with Rajesh Jha, the head of Office 365 engineering, who emphasized how we ensure that you retain full ownership of your data in the Office 365 service. Today I want...

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09:00
Office Lens update allows you to create Office...

Today’s post was written by Yu Ukai, program manager with Office Lens team in Japan.

I’ve often heard that “a picture is worth a thousand words,” and with today’s update to the Office Lens app on Windows Phone, such a translation is actually possible!

Office Lens is a great app for capturing whiteboard notes and paper documents and saving them in OneNote. Today it got even better with the ability to convert pictures of whiteboard notes and paper documents directly into Word documents and PowerPoint presentations—that you can edit, author and edit again.

Converting hardcopy documents into Word files

Take a picture of your hardcopy document using your phone and tap Save. A new Word document is automatically saved to your OneDrive, so you can access it on any device.

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08:59
“OK Google, take a note—OneNote supports Android...

 

One of our primary goals is to help you capture ideas and information in new and innovative ways. Features like Quick Notes, Cortana, and Office Lens have made it easy to preserve those flashes of brilliance and today we’re adding Android Wear watches. Simply install the free OneNote for Android Wear app from the Play Store and start dictating notes to your heart’s desire.

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07:09
Come meet the Office.com webinar team and get help...

Join the Microsoft Office 15-Minute Webinar team Thursday, September 18 at the Microsoft Store in Bellevue Square, from 12-2 p.m. Along with delivering a webinar-style talk on “10 great Office timesavers,” the team will dish up tips and shortcuts for Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and OneNote, plus have plenty of time to answer your questions.

They will be joined their teammates from Office.com to personally work with you on your devices. See more about our free, weekly Office 15-Minute Webinars at the Office Blog, and more about the Bellevue Microsoft...

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07:00
Getting Java client apps to run the way you want

I sometimes find the Java setup on my various Apple devices to be a mystery.



Recently, I was trying to get a Java applet to run in the same way on 2 iMacs and my MacBook Air. The applet is a simple vpn client from Juniper that lets me access a Citrix Desktop from any Mac that I can install the Citrix receiver client on so I can work on 'Company stuff' from a large screen iMac when I'm sat at home or from my MacBook when I'm on the road (it works fine over 3/4G).



The first thing is that you have to do some configuring of both Java and Safari to get the applet to run at all.



Once that was all done, I could log in from all my Macs, fire up the applet and establish a secure connection.



On two of the Macs, as soon as I fired up the Citrix app, the Java vpn window would show 'error'. The console...

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Monday September 15

12:00
OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 Now Available

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 Now Available

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12:00
Xcode 6.1 beta 2 for OS X Yosemite is Now Available

Xcode 6.1 beta 2 for OS X Yosemite is Now Available

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12:00
OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 Now Available

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 Now Available

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12:00
Xcode 6.1 beta 2 for OS X Yosemite Now Available

Xcode 6.1 beta 2 for OS X Yosemite Now Available

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07:31
Install Xcode Command Line Tools On A Fresh Mac Image

I didn’t figure this out myself but can’t remember the source to attribute. Anyway, I image a lot of systems in my home lab for testing. Many tools I use (e.g. ant, metasploit, etc) need the Xcode Command Line Tools. The easy way to install these is to run xcode-select sung the –install option, as follows:

/usr/bin/xcode-select --install

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06:27
Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: Onetastic for OneNote

Onetastic is a free multi-purpose add in for Microsoft OneNote 2010 and 2013.* The added functionally includes a calendar view of all your notes, custom Styles, and image utilities. Also you can use and create simple macros to automate other tasks. We’ll show you all at this webinar, plus have the creator of Onetastic, Omer Atay, online to answer your questions. Join us for our Office 15-Minute Webinar at 9:15 A.M. Pacific Time. There’s also a 20-minute Q&A afterwards. You will need to register for this webinar (it takes only a few seconds).

Register and attend
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Friday September 12

12:00
Office 365 news round-up

There is always space for improvement, no matter how long you’ve been in the business,” according to boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya, who won 10 world titles in six different weight divisions before retiring from the sport in 2009. Microsoft Office has been helping people get things done in their personal and professional lives for the 25 years—yet we keep finding ways to improve the product and make it even better for our customers.

One of our most recent improvements to Office 365 is Office Delve, a new way for you to discover relevant information and connections from across your work life. Delve displays the information that is most relevant for each person in your network, based on the work they are doing and the people with whom they are...

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Thursday September 11

09:00
Gartner recognizes Microsoft as a Leader positioned...

We are excited to announce that Microsoft has been positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s 2014 Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace! Vendors in the report were evaluated on ability to execute and completeness of vision, and Leaders are considered well-established vendors with widely used social software and collaboration offerings.

This is a great honor that reinforces our vision for Enterprise Social—to empower companies to work like a network. By integrating the components of Yammer with Office 365, Microsoft is uniquely positioned to deliver value to our customers. We also continue to help people get...

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09:00
New Project webcast series starts September 16:...

Join us Tuesday, September 16, at 9:30 a.m. PT/12:30 p.m. ET to kick off the new Project webcast series!

This session will discuss how to create a project lifecycle workflow, with branching logic based on project-level metadata.

In addition, this session will cover how to configure customized email notifications to help facilitate the use of the workflow.

Presented by Gaurav Wason with Project Made Easy

ATTENTION: We are offering 1.0 PDU credits to all attendees who fill out the post webcast survey.

Register now!
You can register for this session, a few sessions, or the entire Project series. Four attendees who fill out the post webcast evaluation will receive a fully functioning evaluation copy of Microsoft...

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07:00
Siri: workaround Content Not Available error

A few weeks ago, a number of people started reporting having trouble with Siri. Phrases like 'Call my wife' or 'Tell my dad' stopped working. Siri knew who those people were but proclaimed 'Uh oh, I don't have a phone number for Jane Isa Doe." and beneath, there's a message: "Content Not Available."



I debugged this for over an hour and on a hunch, found a workaround that seems to work for nearly everyone who has tried it. All you have to do is delete the middle name of the person in *your* contact card where it is stored as a relationship.



I'm not sure why that works; it shouldn't, but it does. That's why I call it a workaround instead of a fix. I figure Apple is mucking around with Siri and perhaps caused a bug or some sort of corruption.



I'd be curious to know from MacOSXHints users whether they are experiencing this problem in the first place and if the workaround works for you, too. I'd also like to...

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Wednesday September 10

16:00
Xcode 6.1 beta for OS X Yosemite is Now Available

Xcode 6.1 beta for OS X Yosemite is Now Available

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16:00
Xcode 6.1 beta for OS X Yosemite is Now Available

Xcode 6.1 beta for OS X Yosemite is Now Available

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11:00
iTunes Connect Developer Guide Update

We’ve updated the iTunes Connect Developer Guide to include details on creating and submitting App Bundles and App Previews, and using the new TestFlight Beta Testing app.

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11:00
iTunes Connect Developer Guide Update

We’ve updated the iTunes Connect Developer Guide to include details on creating and submitting App Bundles and App Previews, and using the new TestFlight Beta Testing app.

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10:30
Luwa Luxury Products chooses Office 365 cloud-based...

Luwa Luxury Products, a premier distributor of luxury home appliances and outdoor living appliances based in Tukwila, Washington, serves retail dealers and home owners in the northwestern United States, Hawaii, and Western Canada. After buying the business in 2012, co-owners Sheri and Chris Walsh wanted to enhance communication and take Luwa’s customer service to the next level by using cloud-based business productivity tools. We recently spoke to Sheri Walsh, Vice President of Operations/Trade Relations, to learn about their experience with Microsoft Office 365.

Q: Please tell us about Luwa Luxury Products.   

Sheri Walsh: Our main differentiator at Luwa is our high-touch customer service. We’re a distribution company, but we work directly with our customers—retail dealers, architects, designers, and builders—through...

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09:00
Clip articles with Sight and send to OneNote

Today’s post was written by Yue Zhuge, co-founder and CEO of Sight.

Sight is an iPhone-optimized app that lets you clip articles from any iOS app in one snap—and then seamlessly send to OneNote. This powerful, cross platform, integration with Sight and OneNote provides you new ways to clip content from your mobile devices and tablets—expanding on what you can already do with the OneNote Clipper on your PC or Mac.

Read an article on your PC or Mac you want to save? Use OneNote Clipper to send it to OneNote. See something on your iOS device you want to save? Use Sight to clip the article and then save to OneNote.

Recipes, travel destinations, research papers, current news and more, Sight helps you clip...

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Tuesday September 9

14:21
AppleCare+ for Australia

AppleCare+ includes accidental damage from handling insurance cover (the "ADH coverage"). The ADH coverage is a component of the AppleCare+ suite of products and services. It cannot be purchased separately from AppleCare+. Before proceeding with the sale of AppleCare+, we are required by law to provide you, with the Accidental Damage from Handling - Product Disclosure Statement (or "PDS”), the Apple disclosure statement and the AppleCare+ terms and conditions.

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14:05
Work harder, faster and more… Or not…

The difference between being judgmental and caring can be the benefit of the doubt. Living in Los Angeles I got to learn a lot about people not giving two craps whether you were alive or dead. Unless of course you started to smell the place up. Living in Minneapolis I got to learn a lot about people being a little too much in my business. But then I realized that it’s OK to be in my business, as it keeps apathy at bay and helps make me a better person, provided it doesn’t come with a bit too much judgement. When no one cares, what drives you to be better other than your own desire to be, well, better. Which can be fleeting.

But that’s at home. At work, I’ve started to realize the various stages of my own judgement and don’t always look back on my actions (or judgment of others more to the point) too kindly. There was a time when I worked more 100 hour weeks than 50 hour weeks. I’ve never actually worked less than 50. There was a time when I expected everyone to work the same...

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13:00
Submit Your iOS 8 Apps Today

Prepare your apps for the App Store by downloading the iOS 8 and Xcode 6 GM seeds now. With these latest seeds, Swift is now final and you can submit your iOS apps written with Swift to the App Store. Learn about iOS 8 for Developers.

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13:00
Updated Guidelines Now Available

Check out the latest App Store Review Guidelines before submitting your new or updated apps for review. We review all apps against these guidelines to ensure they are reliable, perform as expected, and are free of objectionable material.

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13:00
Submit Your iOS 8 Apps Today

Prepare your apps for the App Store by downloading the iOS 8 and Xcode 6 GM seeds now. With these latest seeds, Swift is now final and you can submit your iOS apps written with Swift to the App Store. Learn about iOS 8 for Developers.

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13:00
Updated Guidelines Now Available

Check out the latest App Store Review Guidelines before submitting your new or updated apps for review. We review all apps against these guidelines to ensure they are reliable, perform as expected, and are free of objectionable material.

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13:00
Announcing Apple Pay

Today we announced Apple Pay, an exciting new feature coming soon, which will give users an easy, secure, and private way to pay for physical goods and services in your iOS 8 app using payment information stored in their iOS device. Learn more about Apple Pay.

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13:00
Announcing Apple Pay

Today we announced Apple Pay, an exciting new feature coming soon, which will give users an easy, secure, and private way to pay for physical goods and services in your iOS 8 app using payment information stored in their iOS device. Learn more about Apple Pay.

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09:00
Excel Power Map September update

Each month we strive to improve Excel Power Map with features that matter most to you, so you can tell richer and more creative stories with your data. This month we are rolling out two big features, Power Map Filtering and Custom Maps, to make your experience using Power Map easier and more exciting!

If you have an Office 365 subscription with automatic updates enabled, you should receive this update soon. If you don’t have automatic updates enabled in Excel, go to File > Account > Update Options > Update Now.

Power Map is part of the powerful and interactive data visualization features within Excel, which are enhanced with Power BI for Office 365, our cloud-based solution for analyzing, visualizing and sharing data insights.

Power Map Filtering enhancements

We heard your feedback loud and clear. As...

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Monday September 8

18:21
Bringing stroke Back

Stroke got moved, so dug this up and am reprinting with the latest and greatest location.

Network Utility has a port scanner – it’s built in and really easy to use. Sure, stroke isn’t nmap, but it’s not trying to be… Since Network Utility is distributed with every copy of Mac OS X it stands to reason that every copy of Mac OS X has the ability to scan a port without using a GUI tool.  Enter one of the best named tools in Mac OS X, stroke.  Stroke is the command line back-end to the Port Scan tab of Network Utility.  To use stroke, you will need to cd into the Network Utility application bundle and then cd into Contents and then Resources.

Once you are at “/System/Library/CoreServices/Applications/Network Utility.app/Contents/Resources”, you will need to provide stroke with an IP address (or name), followed by the first port to scan and then the last (or the same number twice if your range is only one IP address.  For example, if you want to port scan port 80 on your...

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09:00
A milestone for Office Delve

Today’s post was written by Julia White, general manager of Office 365 Technical Product Management.

We launched Microsoft Office 365 with the vision of helping people get more done, collaborate more effectively, and have greater flexibility in how they work. As we work, share and connect with others—discovering the right information at the right time becomes even more valuable. To this end, I’m excited to announce a significant step forward in making Office 365 even more personalized and tailored to each person. Starting today, Office Delve (previously codenamed “Oslo”) will begin rolling out to Office 365 business customers.

Office Delve is a new way to discover relevant information and connections from across your work life. Delve displays information that is most relevant for each person based on the work they are doing and the people with whom they are engaging.  With...

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06:23
Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: 5 things to raise...

In college, there’s a pervasive message that “you’re not in high school anymore, so you better up your game.” But some college students are still doing workarounds and other annoying tasks that they don’t need to do. Join us for our Office 15-Minute Webinar at 9:15 A.M. Pacific Time. There’s also a 20-minute Q&A afterwards. You will need to register for this webinar (it takes only a few seconds).

Register and attend

https://microsoft.eventbuilder.com/event2.asp?eventID=b6e3f597

Doors open at 9:00 A.M Pacific Time and we start promptly at 9:15 A.M. Immediately following will be a 20-minute Q&A.

What you will...

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04:34
Off-Season Episode, Live from the Penn State Mac...

Interrupting the offseason, here’s a discussion we recorded between Tim Perfitt and Dave Test, live at the 2014 Penn State Mac Admins Conference. Tim gives a little background about how iBeacon and Passbook were utilized at the conference, and Dave talks about the integration between them and the impossible-to-pronounce sched.org.

Hope this tides y’all over until we’re back for season two.

About Allister Banks

Allister has spoken at LOPSA-East, MacTech Conference, MacAdmins Conference at Penn State, and lives in NYC. He contributes to various open source projects and speaks enough Japanese to order food.

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Friday September 5

16:40
OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

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16:40
OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

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16:40
iTunes Connect Update

We’ve updated parts of iTunes Connect, including My Apps, Resources and Help, and Users and Roles. To learn about all of the changes, read the latest version of the iTunes Connect Developer Guide.

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16:40
iTunes Connect Update

We’ve updated parts of iTunes Connect, including My Apps, Resources and Help, and Users and Roles. To learn about all of the changes, read the latest version of the iTunes Connect Developer Guide.

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09:06
Join the Office 365 support webcast: What’s New with...

Join us this Tuesday, September 9 at 9am PST/12pm ET for a discussion on the latest cumulative update release fixes for Project 2013 and also hear about the latest changes and updates to the Project Online environment.

Add this meeting to your calendar now, then at the scheduled time, click the Lync meeting in your calendar to join the call.

Presenters: Aik Chen, Brian Smith, and Adrian Jenkins are all Escalation Engineers in the Project Support Team and have been supporting Project Server for as long as it has existed – and are now also supporting Project Online.

Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have conversations with Microsoft employees and get your questions answered.

...

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Thursday September 4

10:21
Office Store—new home page, new international...

In a year filled with big plans for the Office Store, we’re excited to make a trio of announcements today: a major refresh of the Store experience; the launch of multiple new international markets; and increased visibility of third-party Store apps to both customers and Office sales and deployment partners.

Office Store refresh

This week marks the formal go-live date for the new, beautiful storefront at its new web page, Store.Office.com, which you can see here:

To help customers find relevant apps faster, the new Store home page features a sleek, modern interface with bold, wide-format app icons and a user-friendly Category browse experience down the left side. The free-text search tool has been improved, too.

Repeat visitors will see the best and latest apps near the top of the home page, thanks to a new robust...

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09:00
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 014 with James...

In episode 14, Jeremy Thake chats to James Lau about the OneNote developer story with the public APIs available when accessing notebooks through OneDrive.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP14_JamesLau.mp3

Download the podcast here directly.

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07:00
Older browser behavior changes in Google search

As of August 29, 2014, Google has decided to intentionally break old browsers. They say it's not a bug, it's by design here, even though Google's support page says it accepts Safari 4 as a fully supported browser.



If you want Google searches to go back to the modern style, you need to change your User-Agent string. For Safari, enable the Develop Window and use an option in there that works. Internet Explorer 9 (Windows) works, for example.



[crarko adds: I don't have an older system active at the moment to try this. It's inevitable that older software becomes obsolete, the same way older hardware does. I think the actual hint here is a reminder that if a site misbehaves, changing the user agent can be an effective troubleshooting tool.]

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Wednesday September 3

09:00
Announcing Office 365 deployment benefits for new...

Office 365 provides the best cloud productivity experience by giving businesses new ways to help their people to collaborate, gain valuable business insights and ultimately get things done.  As a cloud based service customers can move to Office 365 faster than a traditional on-premises solution and we’re focused on making that transition to the cloud as fast and seamless as possible.

Continuous improvement of the Office 365 deployment experience

Last year as part of that commitment we introduced FastTrack which encompasses our onboarding methodology, tools, and process to streamline deployments.  FastTrack has helped thousands of customers, together with their partners, move to Office 365.  While feedback has been very positive, we’re continuing to identify best practices and we believe that providing support directly from the Office 365 Service team during the critical phases of on-boarding can shorten the time for deployment. The result is the...

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09:00
New OneDrive SDK: announcing the Android open file...

One of the most basic and common things to do with OneDrive is opening a file, but sadly doing this simple operation hasn’t been so simple for developers. We recognized this pain point and are excited to finally release the Android open picker to make this common task easy and seamless for developers and OneDrive users.

Before, a developer would waste precious time building UI and all the other components of a file picker just to let their users select a file from OneDrive. Our goal here was to give you this time back.

With the Android open picker, you can get started opening files in minutes instead of days. The picker lets you get links to download file content directly or view links that are great for sharing, as well as a set of thumbnails for image files.

The Android file picker flow.

To get started,...

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09:00
Propose New Time—a new feature for Outlook Web App...

Will Holmes is a senior program manager on the Exchange engineering team.

We all have lots of meetings, which means our schedules are busy and it’s often hard to find a good time when everyone can meet. Now, with the Propose New Time feature in Outlook Web App in Office 365, resolving scheduling conflicts is easier than ever. When you receive a meeting invitation, Outlook Web App (OWA) empowers you to suggest better times with just a few clicks, so there’s no need to simply decline or engage in time-consuming back-and-forth with meeting organizers to find better times. As a meeting organizer, you’ll love this feature too. You can easily review the proposals for alternate times that you receive from attendees, confident that you can find a new meeting time that will work the best time for your attendees.

For most Office 365 users, Propose New Time in Outlook Web App is available today in Outlook Web App. All Office 365 users will have it by the end of...

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08:12
The Garage Series for Office 365: Assessing the Top...

In this week’s show Jeremy Chapman is joined by cyber security expert and author, Mark Russinovich, to assess the most frequently heard cloud security threats. Mark describes each threat with its threat level and shares how Microsoft architects its cloud services to maximize data security and protect against data loss. Jeremy and Mark also give pro tips to protect against credential loss and contain the risk of user-driven shadow IT. 

Cloud security and data privacy are top themes this week and with many IT departments returning from quiet summer months, we thought we’d continue to tackle the topic of security and the most commonly heard threats. This week we’re privileged to invite cyber security expert and author of some of the best cyber security thriller novels, Mark Russinovich, back to the Garage Series.

Last week we described the processes for...

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Monday August 25

09:02
How to sync music to your iPod when your library is...

Learn about the iPod Selection playlist in iTunes.

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Thursday August 21

09:00
Logic Pro X, MainStage 3: Issues installing...

Installing the Logic Pro X or MainStage 3 additional content may not complete, or the estimated time may be longer than you expect.

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08:57
Logic Pro X : Using shared network volumes

If you store a project or it's audio files on a shared network volume, the following issues could occur: 

Audio files might not be edited in the Audio File Editor. 
Fades might not be created or updated. 
Playback may stutter or have other issues. 

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Tuesday August 19

15:36
Courses to study for the ACMT 9L0-011 exam

This article lists the courses that you should review for the 9L0-011 ACMT exam. 

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15:31
Courses to study for the ACMT 9L0-065 exam

This article lists the courses that you should review for the 9L0-065 exam.

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