Since today is World Emoji Day, the below tip is rather relevant!
Did you know that Windows now has a keyboard shortcut built in to allow to access emo… Read the rest “QuickTip – Windows Emoji Keyboard Shortcut”
Microsoft has provided rich support for Exchange on-premises to integrate with Exchange Online for several years. This coexistence is one of the majo… Read the rest “Transport Rule Changes For Next Exchange Cumulative Updates”
There are many memes doing the rounds inside Microsoft which are sent out when someone uses the term on-premise rather than on-premises. Note the ext… Read the rest “Transport Rule To Force On-Premises Terminology In a Not So Subtle Way”
How many days do you have where the below describes the standard routine?
I have also been known to reference this when delivering Microsoft work… Read the rest “PowerShell Friday Fun”
Since it’s Friday, let’s have a non-technical post. You will likely have realized that I have some OCD and language issues. Th… Read the rest “Friday Morning Rant – Premise and Tenents”
This is one of those silly but intriguing things that is worth sharing. When delivering some internal training over Skype I noticed that some of… Read the rest “Heidy The Skype Squirrel”
And now for some off topic humour…
Am I the only one who thought of Mobile Information Server (MIS) when looki… Read the rest “MIS–Blast From The Past”
Feeling pretty pumped over here as I’ve just deployed the latest and greatest build onto my Windows Phone.
In honour of all things retro, the phone tea… Read the rest “Windows Phone Upgraded”
When I was in Seattle for some internal training in January, one of the chaps delivering a demo used a feature that I wish I’d known about previously.… Read the rest “Registry Editor Favourites – Who Knew?”
Here I was just trying to update my Facebook profile to use English UK, and what do I see? Entries for not only English Pirate, but also English (up… Read the rest “Facebook Language Settings – Avast!”