In this post, we'll provide some insights about Azure Storage Explorer, a small tool that enables you to connect to your Azure storage account. Benefits of using Azure Storage Explorer include the ability to connect to multiple storage accounts, that it has a user-friendly UI, and that it gives you quick access to your data and management of the objects within your storage. You can also manage Azure Cosmos DB or Azure Data Lake.
Are you looking for a solution to centrally manage your passwords and connections to hosts in your network? In a review of Remote Desktop Manager by Devolutions, we look at the features, functionality, and impressions of this application to manage connections to your infrastructure.
Google officials claim that hardware + software leasing is a new price model for business computers that helps to reduce costs. I will argue in this post that this is not the case.
Have you ever run out of storage and desperately needed a place to temporarily store large amounts of data? If so, then you should have a look at the Amazon S3 storage service. Of course, the service is not free, but prices are moderate. If you only need the space to overcome a temporary storage shortage, then the storage costs […]
The final of Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) has been available for some days now. I was curious enough to play a little with it since there are so many who predict that these kind of new online apps might change IT, and particularly the work of Windows admins, fundamentally. Adobe AIR is like Microsoft’s Sliverlight a runtime environment for rich […]
- Global digital transformation is driving growth across Microsoft 365 and SharePoint as organizations invest in technology to empower employees to do their best work. More than 350,000 organizations now have SharePoint and the data they are storing over doubled last year alone. Were hearing custom...0