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.
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 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.
Along with the rumored Power Fx launch now being confirmed, Microsoft has also revealed further features for its Power Platform services, including Power BI and Power Virtual Agents.
Not only is a new Dynamics 365 application coming in preview, but Microsoft's customer relationship management platform is receiving new integrations with Teams as well, alongside other new features.
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.
Microsoft broke up its Ignite conference into two events this year, and as of today, you can now register for the second part of the event. It's going to take place from March 2 until March 4.
This week at Microsoft's virtual Ignite conference, we got a chance to interview Power BI CVP Arun Ulag, discussing announcements made regarding the Power Platform, and the future of Power BI.
OpenAI has exclusively licensed the largest transformer model to date—GPT-3—to Microsoft. The latter will use GPT-3's NLG and NLP capabilities in building AI solutions for its customers.
The compliance updates for this year's Ignite conference include a next generation Compliance Manager, new connectors and APIs, an Application Guard integration with Office, and more.
Bot Framework Composer is an open-source tool for visual bot development. The tool is available as a desktop application for Windows, Mac, and Linux as well as a web-based component.
The healthcare industry is experiencing an accelerated transformation. Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, the company's first industry-specific cloud, will be available at the end of October.
Microsoft announced Azure Communications Service, the first fully managed communication platform offering from a major cloud provider. It uses the same secure platform that powers Microsoft Teams.
Azure Orbital, in private preview now, is a new managed service by Microsoft that provides access to physical satellite communication capabilities to process and analyze data in Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft has announced new features that extend its threat protection portfolio. The company is unifying solutions across Microsoft 365 security and Azure security as part of Microsoft Defender.
At Ignite 2020, Microsoft announced a new set of capabilities coming to Windows Virtual Desktop, the company's comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service, by the end of the year.
HoloLens 2 is now available for purchase in Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Enhancements to Power BI for Teams will be making their way to the new application as it enters public preview. New offerings for Power BI Premium users have been unveiled as well.
Azure API Management connectors and GitHub integration for the Power Platform are now available. Other updates to the platform utilizing Azure services have been introduced as well.
Microsoft has published the session catalog for its upcoming Ignite 2020 conference, which is just a couple of weeks away now. At this time, there are 676 sessions listed on the schedule.
The in-person version of Microsoft's Ignite conference might not be happening, but the virtual event is still happening this month, and as of today, you can register to attend the event.
Microsoft today announced that it is splitting its Ignite conference into two 48-hour virtual events. The first will be held from September 22-24 and the second is scheduled for early 2021.
Microsoft today announced the dates and location of its Ignite 2020 conference. It won't be in Orlando this year, as it has been for the past three years. This time, it will be in New Orleans.
A number of major updates have been announced for the Power Platform today, including security improvements for Power BI, tighter integration of the platform with Microsoft Teams, and more.
Microsoft has announced the dates for its major upcoming events in the coming year, including Build and Inspire. The developer conference, Build, is taking place from May 19 through 21.
This year's edition of Microsoft's Ignite conference has come to a close, and so the company has already announced plans for next year, when it will be returning to Orlando, Florida.
Rather than releasing separate apps every year for Build, Ignite, and so on, Microsoft will now be consolidating them into a single MSFT Events app, which is available for iOS and Android.
Microsoft is bringing together the roadmaps for the Office 365 and Microsoft 365 subscription services, creating a more centralized hub for information on updates and new features for the services.
Microsoft's Ignite conference is full of announcements for all products, including the OneDrive cloud service. A new update coming will add Files On-Demand, improved sharing options, and a slicker UI.
Microsoft has announced that it has started shipping Azure Stack integrated systems with its partners and that it is offering training and certifications courses for learning about Azure Stack.
Microsoft has launched Windows Server version 1709 at its Ignite conference, as previously promised. This also happens to be the first release of the software to ship in the Semi-Annual Channel.
Microsoft has announced that it is replacing Skype for Business with Teams - which has been generally available for just a little over six months - as the core communication client in Office 365.
Microsoft has opened up registrations for its annual business and professional-oriented conference, Ignite, that will be held in Orlando this year from the 25 to the 29 of September.
Although Microsoft's Ignite 2016 isn't quite over yet, the company today announced the location of Ignite 2017, which will be in Orlando, Florida. You can pre-register for the event now.
Microsoft's business and enterprise event, Ignite, is about to kick off today. The company's expected to share news on Office 365, Azure and Windows 10 in the enterprise. Watch along live right here.
You can now register for Microsoft's Ignite 2016 conference in Atlanta, which - unlike its Build developer event - is intended for IT pros in business environments, and decision makers in enterprise.
Microsoft has announced that the successor to last year's newly formed conference, Ignite, will be moving to later in the year alongside a change in locale. Pre-registration for access is now live.
After two successful events within a month's time, Microsoft's stock rating has been upgraded by the Deutsche Bank from "hold" to "buy" with a price target of $55 up from the current $44.
At the recently concluded Ignite conference, Microsoft announced SQL Server 2016 and revealed that the first public preview of the software would be landing as soon as this summer.
Microsoft is hosting its Ignite conference this week in Chicago and during one of the breakout sessions, the company showed off the roadmap for OneDrive for the remainder of 2015.