Check out Snip from Office Mix!

Great tool I started using today.  Designed to replace the snipping tool, it grabs screenshots but also works as a GREAT ad-hoc whiteboard:


Updated list of Free Microsoft eBooks posted

Thanks Eric!


Academics invited to create new Microsoft HoloLens experiences

From the Microsoft Research Connections blog yesterday: If you have not heard of Hololens yet, it is an augmented reality platform that is enabled by Windows 10.  A really good video of some work done with Hololens by our partner Trimble shown at the Ignite Conference in May:  


Windows 10 Rollout plan

With about 4 weeks to go before Windows 10 General Availability, Terry Myerson just authored this blog post detailing our rollout plan:

The future of End User Programming

The bar for creating your own applications keeps getting lower.  Can you create a PowerPoint presentation?  If so, you can probably write a business application.  Check out some of our latest work in this space at and try it for yourself!

Office 365 Deployment Center and Customer Success Center

Two more Office 365 resources I often point my customers to that they find useful: Accelerate deployment with the Office 365 Deployment Center: Accelerate usage and adoption with Office 365 Customer Success Center:  

Office 365 Adoption Kit for Healthcare

This is a great resource for our Healthcare customers:

Preview of New Skype for Business Services in Office 365

In March, 2015, we announced our intention to deliver a full set of Skype for Business voice and meetings services in Office 365, starting with public previews this summer.  Today we are launching the Skype for Business Preview Program, which will enable existing Office 365 customers, including partner companies, to try our new cloud communications…


July Microsoft Technology Center Studio Virtual Events – The Trusted Cloud Series

You have questions. We have answers. Join us live in July. Cloud Services can help companies be more competitive and differentiate themselves from the competition. So the question is not only should you use the Cloud, it is whose Cloud Services can you trust and very specifically why should you trust Microsoft’s Cloud Services. Questions you have…