アップグレードされた Microsoft Trust Center における充実した新しいコンテンツの追加

2017 年 2 月 13 日 – Microsoft Secure Blog スタッフ – マイクロソフト       執筆者: David Burt (シニア プロダクト マネージャー、クラウド プラットフォーム マーケティング) このポストは「Upgraded Microsoft Trust Center adds rich new content | Microsoft Secure Blog」の翻訳です。 1 年余り前、マイクロソフトはエンタープライズ クラウド サービス全体の信頼関連のリソースを統合した Microsoft Trust Center (www.microsoft.com/trustcenter) を立ち上げました。今週、マイクロソフトは EU の一般データ保護規則 (GDPR) のガイダンス、監査レポート、セキュリティ評価などの新しいコンテンツが含まれた、完全に再設計され大幅に拡張されたサイトを立ち上げました。


Experiencing Data Latency for All Data Types – 03/23 – Investigating

Initial Update: Thursday, 23 March 2017 23:50 UTCWe are aware of issues within Application Insights and are actively investigating. Some customers may experience Data Latency in Continuous Export. The following data types are affected: All data types Work Around: none Next Update: Before 03/24 04:00 UTC We are working hard to resolve this issue and…


Final Posting

My last day at Microsoft will be tomorrow, 3/24/2017. I really did want to get to some of the old comments that had been neglected but alas, there’s no time. I’m not sure I will actually lose access to this blog because of the way authorization happens but I think it would be a bad…


Entity Framework Query Caching

Senior Application Development Manager, Deepak Malik, explains the Query caching behavior, performance implications, and extensibility provided in the latest release of Entity Framework Caching entities or query results has been a recommended practice for application development to improve an application’s performance especially in data centric applications. It is very simple to understand.  The first time…


Groups and Named values can now be managed from Azure Portal

With the latest feature rollout you will be able to manage Groups and Named Values (previously known as Properties) from the Publisher Portal. One difference from the old Publisher Portal interface is that which users are part of a group is now managed from within the group, as opposed to from the users list. This…


Collecting SharePoint ULS Logs Faster

Troubleshooting SharePoint On-Premises issues can be a very time consuming and cumbersome task depending on the issue and the complexity of that issue.  When you check the obvious things and you’re still out of ideas, the next step for almost all SharePoint Administrator’s is to turn ULS logs to verbose and reproduce the issue.  I…


Streaming Install Part 3: Content Group Maps Deep Dive

Content Group Map Requirements and Details General Content Group Map Requirements From the previous post, you might have noticed other differences between the SourceAppxContentGroupMap.xml and the AppxContentGroupMap.xml besides the wildcards. But before we dive into the differences, let’s first go over the similarities, the rules that apply to content group maps in general: Files are…


SQL16: Database in Delete-Only Mode

What will happen when the disk of In-memory OLTP checkpoint file pair is full in SQL Server 2016? Here is the learning from a recent test: #1 Change in SQL 2016 This is the change in SQL Server 2016: We will mark the database in delete-only mode (DOM) for memory-optimized tables when we are out of…


SQL16: Database in Delete-Only Mode

What will happen when the disk of In-memory OLTP checkpoint file pair is full in SQL Server 2016? Here is the learning from a recent test: #1 Change in SQL 2016 This is a change in SQL Server 2016. We will mark the database in delete-only mode (DOM) for memory-optimized tables when we are out…


30th March – TeachMeet at Microsoft Showcase School in Wiltshire – REGISTER NOW!

If you’re unfamiliar the concept and traditional format of a TeachMeet, it is very straightforward! Teachers will sign up to deliver short presentations (roughly 3-6 minutes long), that shares a project, a resource or tool that they have used to good effect in their own teaching or administration, that would be useful for other teachers. With a focus on time saving tips for busy educators there will be three sessions hosted by Hardenhuish School teachers on OneNote, Office Mix, and the Microsoft Educator Community, along with further sessions from additional presenters.