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Friday July 25

16:38
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 008 with Brian...

In episode 8, Jeremy Thake chats to Brian Jones, Group Program Manager for the Office 365 Developer Platform. As an Office 365 Developer you would have most recently seen Brian speak at the SharePoint Conference 2014 alongside his lead Rob Lefferts, Director of PM, about the future of Office 365 development.

In this show, Brian talks about his career at Microsoft and the journey he’s had in Office evolving the development experience with his team. This includes talking about the Open XML SDK, App Model and Office 365 APIs. He shares some great stories of the old world of three year release cycles compared to the new monthly release cycle including some pretty interesting ship party stories!

 

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP08_BrianJones.mp3

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Thursday July 24

09:00
OneNote available for Kindle Fire and Fire phone

Today OneNote is available at the Amazon Appstore for Android, delivering on our promise to bring OneNote to every device that matters to you. If you have a Kindle Fire or a Fire phone, you can now use OneNote to capture or access thoughts, ideas and to-do’s while on the go.

 

 

OneNote is a free download and can also be used on Android phones and tablets running Android OS 4.0 and up.

We’re excited that people will be able to use OneNote on their brand new Fire phone and Kindle Fire, and we’re committed to improving the app with regular updates. Please send us suggestions on how we can improve OneNote on the OneNote Feedback & Suggestions website.

Get...

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09:00
Retaining a competitive advantage: Why staying...

Today’s post was written by Jennifer Yust, senior marketing manager on the Lync team.

It’s no secret—an organization that runs well internally is better positioned to adapt to changing market conditions, shorten project timelines, and add more value for its customers. That’s why MWH Global, a “wet infrastructure” engineering firm that handles huge water-related projects, has embraced each new version of Microsoft unified communications (UC) solutions as it is released. As Gregory Tornrose, the firm’s Global Director of IT Operations, puts it, “Our strategy is to simplify our technology tools and processes and empower employees to work in whatever ways they want to stay productive, share ideas, and serve our customers.” And that’s exactly what the firm is doing with Microsoft Lync.

The upgrade path

MWH Global recently upgraded to Microsoft Lync Server 2013 to uphold its practice of staying at the forefront of technology and to gain the latest...

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08:52
About AirPrint

With AirPrint, it's easy to deliver full quality photo and document printing from your iOS and OS X apps without the need to download or install drivers. AirPrint is built into most popular printer models. AirPrint features include easy discovery, automatic media selection, and enterprise-class finishing options.

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Wednesday July 23

12:40
The Garage Series for Office 365: What’s new in the...

This week hosts Jeremy Chapman and Richard diZerega explore what’s new in the new world of apps for Office. They look at the top 5 new features including amazing content apps for PowerPoint, Excel APIs for formatting, content apps for Access, mail APIs for body and attachments and compose mail apps. Watch as Richard masterfully demonstrates all of this along the way.

Last week we caught up with Jeremy Thake to talk about the apps for Office model itself and what is new, different and better versus the more traditional extensibility options in Office, SharePoint and Exchange. This week we examine things that have recently been added as new capabilities to the apps for Office model itself. The great thing about the cloud and its agile development is that the extensibility platform itself can continually evolve. So we highlight the top 5...

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Tuesday July 22

18:52
iOS: About diagnostic capabilities

iOS offers the following diagnostic capabilities to help enterprise IT departments, developers, and AppleCare troubleshoot issues.

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09:00
Let’s get cooking! Collecting recipes in OneNote...

OneNote is a great place to catalog your recipes. And now adding them to OneNote is a piece of cake (pun intended) with the OneNote web clipper or the email clipper (me@onenote.com). When you use the OneNote web clipper or email clipper (me@onenote.com) to clip a recipe, we’ll simplify the page down to just the steps, ingredients, and key pieces of information you need most, giving your recipes a simpler, cleaner format in OneNote.

Our goal is to help you collect just the information you want, boiled down (see what I did there?), free of distraction...

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08:00
Uninterrupted communication with Office 365 helps...

Today’s post was written by George Estrada, Vice President for Technology, Online Communications at Center for American Progress

The Center for American Progress is an independent nonpartisan educational institute dedicated to improving the lives of Americans. Our goal is to shape the national debate by critiquing existing policies, developing new policy ideas, and challenging the media to cover the issues that truly matter. To achieve these goals, some of our staff is tasked with helping develop legislative ideas and driving their deployment. Some are expert witnesses for congressional hearings and meetings, some create training programs on policy, and others release reports and messages to the media and to executive, legislative, and state agencies. For all these tasks in our “need to know everything and be everywhere” world, communication and...

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07:00
Mousecape – Customize Cursors on OS X

Mousecape is a new open source Mac App which is available on GitHub to finally allow you to create and use your own mouse cursors, or 'capes' as the app calls them.



Once you download the app, there is a remastered version of the Svanslös cursor set created by Max Rudberg which is retina-screen ready.



Mousecape is as non-instrusive as possible, never asking you for your password for anything. It works by using private APIs created by Apple to register system cursors so it has no performance hit at all.



Capes, or cursor sets, are applied for as long as display state doesn't change, meaning until you change resolution, monitors, sleep your computer, reboot or logout. However, inside of the application is a helper application that will detect when the cape is reset and will apply it again.



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Monday July 21

12:30
Montgomery County, PA: How government can become...

Today’s post was written by Anthony Olivieri, Chief Technology Officer at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

One of the best things about working in technology is that there’s always something new, some way to “build a better mousetrap.” But mousetraps are only worthwhile if they truly address the business needs that you’ve identified within your organization.

Montgomery County is considered a leader when it comes to effective use of technology in the public sector. We feel it’s our obligation to harness technology to empower employees to work smarter and be more productive, while reducing costs. When we increase productivity, we can serve the public more quickly and comprehensively—which is ultimately our mission.

When I consider my vision for the County, I think first of mobile productivity. One of my top priorities is to enable County...

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09:00
Gary: Death by sticky note

Our friends at Microsoft IT put together two hilarious videos about how OneNote can help organize your life. Don’t be like Gary – get OneNote and stay on top of your life without the sticky notes.

Work Smart: Notes Notes Everywhere

Work Smart: OneNote: The Meeting

Starring Justin Sund as “Gary”
Produced by RUN Studios

For more productivity tips on OneNote and more, check out our YouTube channel here.

Leave a comment below!

 

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08:00
Microsoft’s unified technology event for enterprises

Over the past few months, it has been awesome to connect with our technical communities, customers, and partners at the SharePoint Conference, Lync Conference, Exchange Conference, Project Conference, and most recently, at TechEd North America. While the world is increasingly digital, there is still no replacement for time together, in person, to talk tech and business, and simply get to know each other better. Hands down, my favorite weeks of the past year have been those spent at these conferences, meeting with many, many of you!

As we took stock of the past conferences and looked forward to the next year of conferences, we decided we can do better – better for our technical communities, better for our business customers, better for our partners, and better for Microsoft. Part of this is a recognition that as our industry continues to evolve, so must our approach to creating valuable experiences for all of you. Part of this recognition is feedback from attendees across the...

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06:21
Register now and join Tuesday’s webinar: iPad,...

You have an iPad. Now bring it into the workplace and work on Office docs. Better yet: share them with your coworkers using OneDrive for Business. PCs, Macs, iPads – they can all play along together. We’ll show you how when you join us on Tuesday, July 22, for our webinar.

 

Register and attend

https://microsoft.eventbuilder.com/event2.asp?eventID=r6p4e153

 

Doors open at 9:00 am Pacific Time and we start promptly at 9:15 am. Immediately following will be a 20-minute Q&A. A video will be available a few days after the webinar.

At Tuesday’s webinar, you’ll learn

  • How to use Office for iPad
  • Sharing things the iPad way
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Friday July 18

10:00
Office 365 news round-Up

For the past few days, Microsoft executives, product managers and developers have been meeting in Washington, D.C., with our partners from around the world. The Microsoft partner community has always been a core component of our success, and that’s as true today with our mobile-first, cloud-first strategy as it was when we released our first operating system.  

In recognition and support of that ongoing relationship, we announced several new cloud-based technologies and services at the Worldwide Partners Conference this week to help our partners succeed. We also recently launched a new Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program to make it...

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09:32
WPC 2014 takes it to the cloud and beyond

Guest post by:  Dux Raymond Sy, Chief Technology Officer, AvePoint Public Sector

As the Chief Technology Officer of AvePoint Public Sector and having been in this space for years as a Microsoft MVP, I have witnessed the power of Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference firsthand and can honestly say it continues to be one of the industry’s most valuable assets. The buzz of partners from all over the world congregating in a city with as much repute as Washington D.C. (my hometown) only elevates the excitement. This year, I had the fortune of being highly involved in WPC—by representing an amazing company that offers solutions for enabling enterprise collaboration alongside Microsoft business platforms. I led numerous speaking sessions, helping AvePoint spread the word about our latest announcements such as our all-in cloud investment in Office 365 and Azure, its new product for...

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07:00
Make iWork 09 the default and avoid update nagging

Many people continue to use iWork 09 apps, because they contain features missing in the newer versions. However, having the older apps on your system mean a constant nagging from Apple to update to the newer versions. If you do download the newer versions, then it is impossible to make the older apps the default for your documents. The old Get Info » Change All trick doesn't work.



Here's what to do to remedy that.



First, make a backup. Then install the latest iWork apps. Your older versions get moved to a subfolder called iWork 09. That's why you have the backup.



Next, move the NEW apps to an external disk or other partition. You can then restore the 09 apps to the /Applications folder. Or leave them in the subfolder if you prefer.



Having the apps on different volume from the system disk lowers their priority, so the 09 apps in your /Applications folder remain the defaults for your...

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Thursday July 17

09:00
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 007 with Scot...

In Redmond at the end of June, Jeremy Thake got to catch up with Scot Hillier after they recorded some new Office 365 Developer training that will be published on Microsoft Virtual Academy. They chatted about development and Scot talked about single page apps, focusing on AngularJS and other frameworks like Bootstrap UI, Knockout, and jQuery.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP07_ScotHillier.mp3

Download the podcast here directly

Weekly updates

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09:00
Podcasting with OneNote

William Devereux is a Program Manager on the OneNote team.

I’ve been podcasting for nearly six years and recorded over 200 episodes. Along the way, I’ve gone through dozens of equipment configurations, including different microphones, PCs, and recording software. But one thing has remained the same since the beginning: OneNote. My fellow hosts and I rely heavily on OneNote, thanks to its sharing and real-time collaboration features.

Every podcast needs show notes to help the hosts stay on track, and this is where OneNote truly shines. All three of the hosts have access to our shared OneNote notebook, allowing us to edit topics, move them around, and even cross them off in real time. The changes are instantaneous, so it feels like we’re sitting in the same room instead of hundreds of miles apart. And with OneNote Online, our guests can access the show notes too,...

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08:00
Lync Partner momentum continues at Worldwide Partner...

This week I attended the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). It was a great way to connect with Lync partners and see them in action—demoing new products, swapping success stories, and sharing key announcements. With over 16,000 partner attendees, it was impossible to speak to everyone, so I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your continued commitment to the Lync business and share some personal highlights from the week.

Our customers are responding very well to our vision and to our product offering. This is creating significant opportunities for partners as they help drive large end-to-end deployments of real time voice and video applications. This is only the beginning. As we continue to lead the industry to the next era of Universal Communications, I believe our partners will have a critical role in helping us transform the...

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Tuesday July 15

11:28
MacAdmins 2015

I was super-bummed that I missed the MacAdmins conference at Penn State University. But, all is not lost as MacAdmins will be held July 8-10 in 2015 at the Penn Stater Conference Center and I’ll be able to see all those awesome people there next year!

In the meantime, something fun and new is the 2014 MacAdmins Playlist to maybe get exposed to some new stuff: http://spoti.fi/VTdxLX.

As an aside, here’s a fun pic of @derflounder and I (and others) doing a round table from a few years ago on the Penn State site:

 

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09:49
Announcing the Onetastic sort feature

Omer Atay is a developer on the OneNote team, and he created Onetastic in his free time.

 An update to sort your content is now available for Onetastic, an add-in to enhance OneNote functionality with a set of built-in features and an extensible macro processor that allows you to download and modify macros and add new ones yourself.

If you aren’t familiar with Onetastic, check out this video introduction below and our earlier blog post about it.

Now you can sort everything in OneNote by any property you want. This is added as a new Sort command in macros.

 

 

New Sort...

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09:00
10x increase in Public Folder limits

Brian Shiers is a technical product manager on the Exchange Team.

We have made investments to scale up the limits for Public Folders in Office 365. Today we are raising the folder count limit to 100,000 folders. This is a 10x increase over the prior limit as defined in the Exchange service description limits. This enables migration of larger existing public folder hierarchies and increased use of the feature in Office 365. Customers can immediately take advantage of this new scale for public folders.

As you scale the number of public folders in the service you might need to keep track of the number of folders. Exchange Online remote PowerShell provides an easy way to see the current public folder count in Office 365. Using the Get-PublicFolder and...

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Monday July 14

12:16
Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: Understanding the...

The Excel Data Model is revolutionizing how you can work with data in Excel. In this webinar, we’ll show you why. Join us on Tuesday when guest host Owen Duncan will teach us how Excel Data Models provide lightning fast data analysis and visualizations.

What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar

  • What an Excel Data Model is
  • How to get data into a Data Model
  • How to create relationships between tables in the model
  • How to extend the model by using Power Pivot

Register and attend

https://microsoft.eventbuilder.com/event2.asp?eventID=s7c4g08y

References for this webinar

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11:25
MainStage 3: Reducing latency in MainStage 3

Use the information in this article to minimize audio latency in MainStage.

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11:00
Playing to win: GameStop ups customer service with...

Today’s post was written by Jason Cochran, Vice President of Store Operations at GameStop

At GameStop, we’re all about giving players the video games and devices that they need to have fun. Walk into any GameStop store and you’ll see equally enthusiastic customers and employees comparing scores, evaluating devices, and discussing new virtual worlds. Despite that focus on fun, it’s important to remember that we run a serious business. We’re a rapidly growing Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company with more than 6,000 stores, and we need all our stores to reflect our brand and uphold our high level of service.

As VP of Store Operations, I face the challenge of maintaining consistency across all our locations, from the products on the shelves to the look of the stores. That includes customer service—I need to make sure that all our store...

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08:30
New Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program helps...

Last year at the Worldwide Partners Conference (WPC), we announced our Office 365 Open program to include a broader range of offerings. The response we received greatly exceeded our expectations, with the number of partners selling Office on Open growing 16 times year over year.

At the same time, we also heard feedback that partners want to engage at every part of the customer lifecycle – from sales to renewal, from billing and provisioning, to support of their customers.

To address this feedback, we are announcing the expansion of capabilities for cloud partners under the new Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program, unveiled today at WPC. Partners in this program will be able to directly provision customer subscriptions and provide one monthly bill for both Partner and Microsoft services. They will also directly manage their...

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07:00
10.9: Update OS without creating a user on a new Mac

This is my take/an update on las_vegas' hint I found here awhile back for running OS updates without creating a user on a Mac. It is applicable to any system 10.5 and up.



This can be helpful if you have a Time Machine backup that's on a newer OS than your install media, or if you're selling/donating your Mac as it saves the new user having to update things.



First things first, wipe your drive (and zero it if you don't trust the end user of this computer) and reinstall your desired OS.



Once your OS is installed, boot to your install media or the Recovery Partition if available. Open Terminal from the Utilities option in the menubar. In the new Terminal window, type the following:


resetpassword


This will bring up the Password Reset utility. Click Macintosh HD or whatever your HDD is called. You'll...

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Saturday July 12

20:18
PSU MacAdmins 2014 Slides

Thanks to all the great presenters at PSU MacAdmins this year and @frogor (Michael Lynn) on twitter, here is a partial list of presenter slides that were posted to Twitter under the #psumac hashtag:

 

Modular Image Creation

Beyond the Thunderdome: Managing OS X without OS X

Automate yourself out of a job and Multi tenanted Munki with Puppet and Sal

The Proper Care & Feeding of Your IT Professional

Getting Your Issue on Apple’s Radar

Manage Third Party Applications with Profiles...

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Friday July 11

10:00
Xcode 6 Beta with Swift Available to All Registered...

All Registered Apple Developers can now download Xcode 6 beta to create great apps using Swift and Objective-C. And with the new Swift blog, you can get the latest news and helpful tips on the Swift programming language from the engineers who created it.

If you're not already a Registered Apple Developer, you'll be prompted to sign up for free when downloading Xcode.

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10:00
Safari 7.1 beta for OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.2...

Safari 7.1 beta for OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.2 beta for OS X Mountain Lion Now Available

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10:00
Xcode 6 Beta with Swift Available to All Registered...

All Registered Apple Developers can now download Xcode 6 beta to create great apps using Swift and Objective-C. And with the new Swift blog, you can get the latest news and helpful tips on the Swift programming language from the engineers who created it.

If you're not already a Registered Apple Developer, you'll be prompted to sign up for free when downloading Xcode.

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10:00
Safari 7.1 beta for OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.2...

Safari 7.1 beta for OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.2 beta for OS X Mountain Lion Now Available

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07:43
iPhoto ’09: Unexpectedly quits when you export

iPhoto ’09 might unexpectedly quit when you export photos in OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 or later. This can happen if you're exporting photos that you imported from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 7.

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Thursday July 10

16:10
Adobe Flash Player updates available for OS X on...

Adobe Flash Player updates are available that address a recently-identified Adobe Flash Player web plug-in vulnerability.

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11:15
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 006 with...

At TechEd North America 2014 in June 2014 located in Austin, Texas, Jeremy Thake managed to get some time to sit down with Thorsten Hans to talk about the Office 365 APIs and JavaScript development with ShareCoffee. ShareCoffee is an open source JavaScript framework written using CoffeeScript that accelerates the development process when using SharePoint CSOM APIs. Thorsten has been blogging about these topics for a while now and has been prolific in sharing frameworks and open source libraries via github.com like ShareCoffee.

 

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP06_ThorstenHans.mp3

 

Weekly Updates

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09:00
Tell us what you think about OneNote!

Omeed Chandra is a Program Manager on the OneNote team. In this post, he announces a new website where users can share feedback and suggestions for improving OneNote.

On the OneNote team, we love hearing from our customers, and we use your feedback to help us decide what features to build next. The Microsoft Answers forums have long been a great resource for troubleshooting problems, but many of you have wondered how to send us suggestions and requests. Today, we’re excited to announce a new and easier way to send us suggestions on how we can improve OneNote—the OneNote Feedback & Suggestions website.

Our new site consists of two forums, one for OneNote users and one for software developers. In either forum, you can...

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07:00
Name Faces in iPhoto efficiently

I've become somewhat obsessed with the faces feature in iPhoto. Currently, I have about 7000 unidentified faces in my library. I knock out a few hundred here and there. It's oddly satisfying, but I go to a lot of large events - events where a lot of people look familiar because they are regulars, but I don't know them. This makes finding faces rather cumbersome, especially since the method of ignoring faces requires the mouse. Everything else can be done with the keyboard. Plus, doesn't track repeatedly ignored faces, so the same faces keep showing up. Well, I've discovered a way to work around these cumbersome limitations.



Doing everything with the keyboard makes things go a lot faster. If you're using the Find Faces feature and skip faces you don't know (because you don't want to pause to use the mouse), the next time you click on Find Faces, you'll be presented with those same unknown faces over and over again. They build up and always get presented in...

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Wednesday July 9

12:49
Calling all Office devs: What’s new, different and...

Curious about the new app model for Office? This week, Jeremy Chapman is joined by Jeremy Thake to talk about the new app model. They explore the developer options for Office with the building blocks, the object model and application compatibility. Beyond what’s the same, they also explain what is different and demonstrate how new apps are built in Visual Studio.

Prior to joining the Office team at Microsoft, I worked on the Windows team for deployment, imaging and application compatibility. It turns out that application compatibility is one of the biggest stumbling blocks not only for Windows, but also Office and pretty much anything on the desktop and even SharePoint or in some cases Exchange. This week, I’m joined by Jeremy Thake to present the new app model along with core concepts of application compatibility with the old models for all these platforms to explain what is the same, but then we explain what is different with the new app model and what gets...

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08:00
Evolving Office 365 plans for small and midsized...

Two weeks ago, we announced the release of the Office 365 for business public roadmap in response to your feedback for more visibility into future Office 365 updates. Today we are continuing that effort by sharing how our Office 365 plans will be evolving over the next few months.

Making Office 365 even better for small and midsized businesses

On October 1, 2014, we will release three new Office 365 plans tailored to meet the needs of small and midsized businesses (SMBs), ranging from 1 to approximately 250 employees. The new plans are:

  • Office 365 Business – The full Office applications – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Publisher, with 1TB of OneDrive for Business cloud storage to access, edit and share your documents across your Windows PC, Mac, iPad, Windows tablet and smartphone.
  • Office 365 Business Essentials...
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08:00
DeSantis Landscapes: Firm stays nimble, saves 30 to...

DeSantis Landscapes filmed their own Office 365 story on a Nokia Lumia 1020.

DeSantis Landscapes has come a long way from the company that Tony DeSantis founded in 1974 with a wheelbarrow and a lawnmower. Forty years later, the Oregon business has 92 employees, two offices, and customers spanning the state. On the advice of its longtime IT consultant, Compex Two, DeSantis replaced an aging server with Microsoft Office 365 and 20 new computers running the Windows 8.1 operating system. Using Lync Online, employees can meet virtually from wherever they are, using whatever device they have. They can have quick videoconferences, share screens, or pull documents from SharePoint Online to move business along in minutes—versus driving back to the office to meet or to hunt for, change, and email documents. Whether employees are in the office or the field, they’re more efficient, saving up to 30 to 50 hours a week. They’re also better able to transmit the company culture as...

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Tuesday July 8

13:40
Finding the "Five Rs" of iPod...

Having trouble with your iPod?

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11:22
New interactive training for hybrid computing now...

Bill Baer is a technical product manager on the SharePoint team.

Hybrid computing is the intersection between traditional on-premises and cloud computing models. Deploying a hybrid scenario is useful when you need to realize ROI on existing on-premises investments, when you require a bridge between on-premises and cloud to support migration, or if you’re not ready to move to the cloud all at once. We are committed to continued innovation and guidance for those of you who are deploying hybrid scenarios. To demonstrate our commitment, we recently launched new interactive hybrid computing training and introduced new changes to SharePoint that make it easier to work in hybrid environments.

New documentation and training for hybrid computing

We published new interactive courseware to help you understand hybrid topologies and the considerations that come with it. The series of three modules, comprised of 14 presentations, provides an end-to-end, high-level...

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09:00
Clip the web with me@onenote.com!

We just made it easier than ever to clip the web — now, when you send an email with a URL to me@onenote.com, we’ll clip a screenshot of the webpage along with the email’s contents into your OneNote notebook.

  • Browsing the web on your smartphone? Hit “Share”, pick Email, and send it to me@onenote.com.
  • Find an article in a news reader app? Share it via email and type me@onenote.com.
  • Friend emailed you a funny link? Forward it to me@onenote.com.

To get started, just send an email containing a single URL in the subject or body. And fear not, you can still save your list of “top 100 lasagna recipes” without getting 100 screenshots in your notebook — if you send us an email containing multiple URLs, we’ll only save the mail content and skip the web...

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08:30
Mod and OneNote sync notes on paper to the cloud

Jon Wheatley is co-founder of Mod

We are excited to announce the new partnership with Mod, a paper notebook that syncs to the cloud. Now you can sync your hand written notes that you take in Mod with OneNote. From a student taking notes in class to a composer writing notes to a song to architect sketching out floor plans, a paper notebook provides a natural place for capturing ideas. OneNote is the one place to bring together those ideas in one digital destination to be organized into a larger portfolio or shared with others. Take a look at the video to see how we are bridging the two worlds:

For some people who are not yet ready to move to an all digital world, nothing beats the tactile feedback of pen and paper, but when it comes to access and storage, digital has many advantages. With Mod and OneNote, you can have the best of both worlds. Take your notes on paper, and then save them forever in the cloud to be accessed...

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08:00
Dakota Financial: Direct funder reduces the cost of...

Dakota Financial filmed their own Office 365 story on a Nokia Lumia 1020.

Dakota Financial provides funding for equipment leasing to small businesses that cannot obtain traditional financing. It replaced an expensive scanning solution with Microsoft Office 365, SideKick 365 DCM (a SharePoint App from SkyLite Systems), and a scanner from Kodak. Today, the company is saving more than US$14,400 a year in document storage costs. Employees are working more productively by using Office 365 and the SideKick 365 DCM app to automate document uploads to online storage. By streamlining access to more than 1.5 million financial documents, in or out of the office, the new solution saves auditors significant time. It also provides banks with unprecedented transparency into the company’s assets, improving business relationships with lenders. Today, instead of spending hundreds of dollars per extra gigabyte of data, Dakota Financial can grow its business with minimal costs.

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Monday July 7

12:00
iOS 8 beta 3 and Xcode 6 beta 3 Now Available

iOS 8 beta 3 and Xcode 6 beta 3 Now Available

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12:00
OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 Now Available

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 Now Available

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12:00
iOS 8 beta 3 and Xcode 6 beta 3 Now Available

iOS 8 beta 3 and Xcode 6 beta 3 Now Available

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12:00
OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 Now Available

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 Now Available

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09:00
Yammer Enterprise now included in Office 365 Midsize...

Jared Spataro is the General Manager of Enterprise Social at Microsoft.

One of our key themes at the SharePoint Conference in March was Work Like a Network. Yammer is at the heart of this new way of getting things done, and ever since the acquisition we’ve been focused on weaving social capabilities deeply into Office 365.

In November we announced the addition of Yammer Enterprise to all Office 365 Enterprise plans. And today—to further support our vision—I’m pleased to announce that Yammer Enterprise has been added to all Office 365 Midsize Business and...

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06:11
Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: Tips for searching...

What’s the best way to search Outlook? Do you just type a word and press Enter? That works pretty well, but we’ll show you some Outlook search tips and tricks that work even better. Join us Tuesday, when we’ll cover how to quickly narrow your search with search tools, how to narrow using search syntax, how to search for attachments, and more.
We start our Office 15-Minute Webinar at 9:15 am Pacific Time, with a Q&A to follow. Click the link below or go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.

Join the webinar

https://join.microsoft.com/meet/dougt/F274WBQZ

If you are on Windows 7 or Windows 8, you will join via the free Lync Web App. For other computers, you...

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Thursday July 3

12:00
Office 365 news round-up

“Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.”  That was the news flash reported by Popular Mechanics in 1949. Twenty-eight years later, on the brink of the PC revolution, Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC), a company that manufactured big mainframe computers for business, had another prediction: “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.”

Trying to predict the future is always tricky. Things change. And when it comes to technology, they often change rapidly. (When Popular Mechanics made its now laughable forecast about the future of computing, neither the transistor nor the microchip had been invented and the march toward...

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OS X Server: How to reset Profile Manager to its...

If you have migrated from another version of OS X Server but want to start over, you can reset Profile Manager.

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Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 005 with Corey...

At TechEd North America 2014 in June in Austin, Texas, Jeremy Thake managed to get some time to sit down with Corey Roth to talk about topics near and dear to Corey’s heart around SharePoint development. Corey is well known for his blog focusing on topics related to SharePoint Search, Business Connectivity Services (BCS), and SharePoint App Model development. Corey talks about how he learned Search and BCS development, as well as how things are going with the Office Store.

 

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP05_CoreyRoth.mp3

 

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Wednesday July 2

11:03
Volume Purchase Program: Requesting free iLife and...

If your business or educational institution purchased new Mac computers on or after October 1, 2013 and is part of the Apple Volume Purchase Program, you can request managed distribution for Keynote, Numbers, Pages, iMovie and iPhoto for Mac for qualifying computers.

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09:00
What’s new: June 2014

Improvements to Office 365 in June focused on updates for Lync, such as enhancements to Lync for Mac and Lync Room System, as well as on new OneNote tools, extensions, and partnerships. Another big update for Office 365 for business subscribers was the release of the Office 365 road map, which helps inform customers about upcoming updates before they become available. Leave us a comment to let us know what your favorite new feature is. If you missed last month’s updates, see April’s What’s new.

Office 365 Personal, Office 365 Home, and Office 365 University updates:

OneNote and NeatConnect – NeatConnect scanner lets you send your physical documents, images, receipts, you name it to OneNote without even needing a computer.

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08:59
Document collaboration made easy

Steve Chew is a senior product marketing manager and Joey Masterson is a senior program manager on the Exchange team.

When people send files as attachments, they’re often looking to collaborate with others and get feedback. Up until now, this has been a cumbersome process. For example, when you email a document to your colleague, she must first download the document to make her edits. Once she’s finished editing the document, she then needs to reattach the file to a new email before sending it back to you. This requires multiple steps and context switches, which can be distracting and time-consuming.

Earlier in the year at the Microsoft Exchange Conference, we announced an enhanced document collaboration experience in Outlook Web App for Office 365 users. Today, we’re thrilled to introduce the first of these enhancements, which aims to improve the way people interact with files as attachments in their email. Now, you will be able to edit a document straight...

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07:58
Logic Pro X 10.0.7 or later: Processing Threads...

 Learn how the Processing Threads setting in Logic Pro X 10.0.7 or later allows you to manage how Logic utilizes the processing cores on your computer.

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Tuesday July 1

10:13
Apple deployment programs and two-step verification

Learn about how two-step verification is used with the Apple Deployment programs.

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08:00
Administrators help teachers, students reach...

Today is the last day of ISTE 2014 but it has become clear from this year’s conference that schools are more connected than ever, incorporating laptops, tablets, and even phones into day-to-day instruction. But these devices need a strong information system to enable administrators to empower teachers to be effective in helping students reach learning objectives. For Cary Academy in North Carolina, that system is OneNote.

Digital textbooks in OneNote stay updated, save money

Cary Academy has used OneNote as part of its 1-to-1 learning environment for nearly a decade. The administration adopted OneNote because it felt intuitive for students and teachers. With OneNote, the technology fades into the background so students can focus on their lessons, not on learning how to use the tool.

Cary Academy chose OneNote for other reasons as well. From the beginning, it was intrigued by...

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06:15
(Cross-Post) Video from JSS-autopkg-addon...

JSS-autopkg-addon Presentation from Allister Banks on Vimeo.

(Guest post by Allister Banks)

On June 26th, I had the pleasure of being invited by @Tecnico1931 to the NYC Metro JAMF user group meeting.

A worksheet I created for this event may be found here: url.aru-b.com/jssAutopkg

See also Shea Craig’s python-jss, and thanks go out to James Barclay, Sam Johnson, and all the folks mentioned in the video.

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05:00
Call Quality Methodology scorecard for Lync Server

Andrew Sniderman and Jens Trier Rasmussen are program managers for Lync.

The Lync team wants your users to be delighted about the quality of every Lync call they make. We built the new Call Quality Methodology (CQM) scorecard to help you reach this goal. The CQM scorecard was released in the June update of the Lync Network Guide. The Call Quality Methodology is described in Appendix C of the guide. The scorecard is an Excel spreadsheet that loads all the CQM query results and creates a number of views that will help you analyze and fix call quality problems in your Lync implementation.

A peak into the scorecard

Included in the Network Guide download is a powershell script (CQM.ps1) that automates the execution and collection of the SQL queries discussed in the Network Guide. When you point the scorecard at your data, it will generate a bunch of views so you can get a handle on...

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Monday June 30

18:05
Packaging for Office for Mac 2011 using Composer

This post compliments my presentation at the Apple Summer Bootcamp for iOS and OS X Management held at Hopkins Public Schools in Hopkins, MN, Monday and Tuesday, June 30 and July 1.

Office for Mac 2011 already comes from Microsoft as an Apple Installer package and generally doesn’t need repackaging for most deployment systems. But some extra packaging can make deployment a little more manageable and predictable. For example:

  • Those smallish 128 GB MacBook Airs can benefit from installing fewer language files and just the software that’s absolutely necessary.
  • Volume licenses have been clobbered more than once by poorly tested updaters.
  • One simple file can make configuring Outlook for POP and IMAP accounts a breeze for users.

JAMF Software’s Composer is my packaging tool of choice because it’s simple to understand but still lets me put together some advanced packages. I’ll use it to demonstrate how to create a custom install...

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12:16
Logic Pro X: Deploying across multiple Mac systems...

Follow the steps below to deploy Logic Pro X across multiple Mac systems using Apple Remote Desktop, NetInstall, or NetRestore.

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10:22
About the security content of Apple TV 6.1.2

This document describes the security content of Apple TV 6.1.2.

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10:18
iOS 7: List of available trusted root certificates

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

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10:17
About the security content of iOS 7.1.2

This document describes the security content of iOS 7.1.2.

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10:15
OS X Mavericks: List of available trusted root...

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

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About the security content of Safari 6.1.5 and...

This document describes the security content of Safari 6.1.5 and Safari 7.0.5.

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10:11
About the security content of OS X Mavericks v10.9.4...

This document describes the security content of OS X Mavericks v10.9.4 and Security Update 2014-003.

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09:23
Creating custom data graphics in Visio

Visio has a rich set of built-in graphics to represent data visually. To help you get started quickly, Visio Professional 2013 provides 4 kinds of data graphics: text, data bar, icon set and color by value.

With these, you can build data graphics, create multiple data graphics with a single shape and link your data from an external data source to create compelling and up-to-date charts. You also can create custom data graphics specific to your business needs and corporate standards.

How to create custom data graphics

Let’s say you’re the project manager for a...

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07:58
Final Cut Pro X 10.1.2: Updating and working with...

Learn about updating and working with Final Cut Pro X 10.1 libraries.

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06:00
Video from JSS-autopkg-addon Presentation

JSS-autopkg-addon Presentation from Allister Banks on Vimeo.

On June 26th, I had the pleasure of being invited by @Tecnico1931 to the NYC Metro JAMF user group meeting.

A worksheet I created for this event may be found here: url.aru-b.com/jssAutopkg

See also Shea Craig’s python-jss, and thanks go out to James Barclay, Sam Johnson, and all the folks mentioned in the video.

About Allister Banks

Allister has spoken at LOPSA-East, MacTech Conference, MacAdmins Conference at Penn State, and lives in NYC. He contributes to...

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05:00
Office Mix Is a Game-Changer for Teachers

Last month, Microsoft announced the customer preview of Office Mix, a tool designed to make it easier for teachers to incorporate online content into their lesson plans. Since then, we’ve been gathering feedback about what educators find most useful about the tool and how to make it even better, and we’re sharing what we’ve learned at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Atlanta this week. Overall, we were pleasantly surprised to see teachers using Office Mix in ways we hadn’t anticipated (for example, asking students to create their own mixes), and we noted some usage trends that will influence how we evolve the tool in the future.

Easily discover and share lessons created with mixes

The top request we’ve received from teachers is to...

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01:45
Students can be more organized and collaborative...

We all know that students today excel at using their devices and apps on them.  But using this technology to be more organized and collaborative in the classroom isn’t naturally ingrained in most. OneNote is a great app for any device a student brings to class that will build good habits that will last past the time the final bell rings.

The familiar notebook structure of OneNote makes the transition from paper to digital easy for students. The ability to have everything stored in a single place, in an editable, hierarchical format (notebooks, sections, pages, sub-pages, etc.) allows each student to get organized in a way that makes sense for him or herself.

In 1-to-1 classrooms, OneNote gives students the ability to take notes they can easily index and save for continued reference. In classrooms where teachers are presenting with OneNote, they...

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Friday June 27

13:59
MainStage 3: Support resources

Apple offers a range of support and help options. Use the resources below to get support and find answers to your MainStage 3 questions.

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12:43
Arrange apps on your iPhone
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Volume Purchase Program: How to purchase VPP Credit

Businesses and educational institutions that are enrolled in the Volume Purchase Program can use VPP Credit as a way to buy apps or books. VPP Credit is just one of many ways your company or educational institution can pay for volume purchases.

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11:59
Final Cut Pro X: Version 10.1.2 release notes

Learn about current and previous Final Cut Pro X updates.

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11:57
MainStage 3: Best practices for updating

Follow these steps before updating MainStage 3.

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11:54
Logic Pro X: Best practices for updating

Follow these steps before updating Logic Pro X.

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11:21
Final Cut Pro X 10.1 and later: Back up libraries...

Learn about backing up the Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x application, your Final Cut Pro X libraries, and about archiving your projects.

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11:17
About Apple ProRes

Apple ProRes codecs provide an unparalleled combination of multistream, real-time editing performance, impressive image quality, and reduced storage rates. Apple ProRes codecs take full advantage of multicore processing and feature fast, reduced-resolution decoding modes.

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11:15
Hiding Final Cut Pro X 10.1.2 has a delay on...

When you hide Final Cut Pro X 10.1.2 while using an external HDMI display, the display might fade to white or turn gray for two seconds before Final Cut Pro X hides.

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10:59
Compressor 4.1.2: Release notes

Learn about current and previous Compressor updates.

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Thursday June 26

09:54
Edit a mailbox on your iPhone
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Add a page to your Reading List and come back to it...

Friday June 20

22:26
MacDMV and MacTech meet in Washington DC on Tues...

Tuesday night, June 24th will be the next MacDMV Event. We’ll be at RFD on 7th Street NW in Chinatown just five blocks from the Sheraton Four Points, and we’ll be starting at 6pm and running til 9pm. We’ll be just a block from the Chinatown/Gallery Place Metro on the Red, Green and Yellow lines of the Metro, or a walkable 10 blocks from Metro Center. Parking will be available on the street or in nearby garages for reasonable sums.

You can sign up on our Eventbrite page.

We’ll have a quick tech talk from Justin Rummel on using AutoPKG with JAMF’s Casper Suite and a stump-the-chumps with Tom Bridge on WiFi networking issues, as well as a good social crowd. See you at 6 at RFD!

About Tom Bridge

Once an in-house IT admin with 200 users across 10 offices at an education non-profit, Tom is now a...

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12:31
Numbers for Mac: Using headers and footers for...

Numbers for Mac 3.2 and later includes options for headers and footers when printing your spreadsheets.

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12:19
iTunes Store: Windows XP SP2 unable to connect

You might notice that the iTunes Store is empty and has no content on a PC with Windows XP.
 

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Thursday June 19

15:21
iTunes Store: How to delete a downloading purchase...

When you make a purchase from the iTunes Store on your iOS device, the purchase will appear in your download queue until it is finished downloading. You can delete items from your download queue. 

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12:14
Apple Deployment Programs: Web Browser Support

If you are seeing issues when setting up your device deployment or administrating your Volume Purchase Program (VPP) account, make sure you are using a supported web browser.

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Wednesday June 18

08:19
iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2014): Setting up your Audio...

Use this article to lean how to set up audio devices on your iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2014). You can use Audio Midi Setup in your Applications folder to select audio channel input and output devices, configure output speakers, set clock rates, and control audio levels.

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08:18
iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2014): Memory specifications

Learn about the memory in your iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2014) computer.

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Tuesday June 17

16:09
Sydney Mac Admins June 2014 Meet Up

To All Sydney Mac Admins,

Our next Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 25th of June.

We have a booking at 6pm at Hart’s Pub, Corner of Essex & Gloucester St, The Rocks.

Any one who has an interest in managing OS X or iOS is very welcome to come. You don’t need to be an expert. It is a great opportunity to meet your fellow Mac/iOS admins.

You can now RSVP and register to be notified of future events at http://www.meetup.com/Sydney-Mac-Admins/

I hope to see you there,

Marcus.

About Marcus Rowell

Marcus Rowell is a Mac Systems Administrator and IT generalist who is trying to make IT simple and reliable. He can be found on Twitter as @mrowell.

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Monday June 16

13:53
Xsan: How to set Spotlight search levels

You can change how Spotlight searches work with your Xsan.

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10:30
Device Enrollment Program: iOS Activation Procedure...

iOS devices automatically connect to the Mobile Device Management (MDM) server during setup if the device is enrolled into the Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and is assigned to an MDM server.

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Wednesday June 11

09:04
Disabling Mail services on OS X Server

You can customize which Mail services are running in the OS X Server. For example, you can disable POP if you want to use IMAP exclusively.

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Tuesday June 10

11:26
iPhoto for Mac: Troubleshooting ordering prints and...

Use these steps to troubleshoot Print Services issues.

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