On this week's episode, Rich and João talk about the highlights of the second half of Microsoft's Ignite event, the death of Edge Legacy and 3D apps in Windows 10, and new phones from BBK.
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The week brought us Ignite news, Exchange on-prem vulnerability news, and even some expected Insider build news. Make sure to catch up with everything that happened via our handy overview.
Microsoft has announced that polls in Teams are getting some new features like intelligent suggestions, open text answers, and better mobile support. These features are coming soon.
Today at Ignite, there was a brief fireside chat where Panos Panay talked about Windows, and he mentioned that he's pumped about what he's calling "the next generation of Windows".
Microsoft Mesh is a new platform that aims to revolutionalize mixed reality by bringing real-time virtual collaboration across multiple devices. The Mesh app is now available in preview on HoloLens.
Microsoft has announced new features for its Lists service, while also reiterating that it's working on Android and iPad versions of the app. The features include reusable custom list templates.
Microsoft has unveiled a suite of Teams features for the education market, including support for interactive webinars with up to 1,000 people, attendee reporting, and new meeting controls.
Beyond the security and compliance announcements at Ignite, Microsoft was also keen to highlight the enhancements made to Azure AD and identity verification either in preview or generally available.
Beyond the security and identity announcements from Ignite 2021, Microsoft also highlighted some compliance capability enhancements and brand-new certifications that have been made available.
Microsoft has taken the wraps off a number of announcements at its Ignite event, including Azure, Microsoft 365, and Windows Server 2022 announcements centered on security and protection.
While Microsoft Viva was first introduced last month, it only launched one of its four modules. Today, the company detailed availability of the other three, such as Viva Connections.
Just like you'd expect from an Ignite conference, Microsoft is announcing a bunch of new features for Teams. PowerPoint Live is here, and presenter mode and dynamic view are coming this month.
At Microsoft's spring Ignite 2021 conference today, the company announced that Universal Print is now generally available as part of enterprise Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 subscriptions.
Microsoft today announced a couple of improvements that are coming to Outlook. There's a new look for the calendar on Outlook online, and suggested times are coming to Outlook mobile.
At Ignite 2021, Microsoft has announced a host of capabilities for mission-critical workloads on Azure include optimizations to compute, storage, backup, management, development, and networking.
New capabilities are available for developers building solutions across Azure IoT and mixed reality devices such as HoloLens 2. Azure Monitor for Windows Virtual Desktop is coming soon too.
Microsoft has announced that Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9 is now generally available. The company is also making it easier to deploy Java Enterprise Edition solutions on Azure via new scripts.
Microsoft has unveiled new features for its Azure analytics solutions such as Synapse Analytics and Cosmos DB. The company is also opening a new datacenter region in China to cater increased demand.
Microsoft has announced a bunch of new features for Azure Machine Learning and Cognitive Search including support for RBAC for the former and invoice and pre-built IDs extraction for the latter.
Microsoft has posted the session catalog for its next Ignite conference online, so you can start planning your event. It includes all of the topics you'd expect, from Windows to Azure.