Have you tried to install software for your scanner recently? Did the manufacturer require you to create an online account to use the scanner? Does the software try to upsell you on other products while you are trying to get work done? Does it hog an obnoxious amount of your
This week, I had a small career victory in passing the Microsoft MS-100 (Microsoft 365 Identity and Services) exam. This is the second Microsoft exam I have passed, with the first being the AZ-103 (now succeeded by the AZ-104). I wanted to create this post because, after deciding to pursue
Four weeks and 43 learning modules later, I have completed the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Admin Cloud Skills Challenge. In doing so, I will be receiving a free Microsoft Certification Exam voucher on April 7, 2021. For this post, I wanted to give some general thoughts on the challenge and the learning material.
Ignite, the annual conference that brings the latest news, product announcements and training opportunities from the world of Microsoft, will be digitally kicking off this Tuesday, March 2nd. While I’ll be sure to tune in to some of the training sessions as they become available, I’m most interested in the
The year was 2011 when Microsoft launched Office 365. A subscription service that included familiar apps such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint, it was balked at by some who saw it as a sly way to bill monthly for a product traditionally purchased in a single lump sum. Did word processing really change enough to justify
In case you didn’t get the memo, LastPass will be implementing changes to their service on March 16, 2021 that will have ramifications on their Free-tier users. The most notable of these changes is the requirement for users to choose whether they are a Computers or Mobile Devices user. If