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Why Product Managers need analytics?

As the world is getting ever more connected than before, users generate more and more unstructured data. These massive amounts of data are expected to… 253 more words

Product Management

OneDrive storage saga.. Microsoft sees sense at last

After making a monumentally stupid decision to claw back storage space from consumer OneDrive accounts it seems Microsoft have finally seen the light and relented on their decision… in part anyway. 274 more words

Office 365

Under Review: Change Icon for Visual Studio 2015

Just after the release of Visual Studio 2015 I ran into the issue where I had a couple of previous Visual Studio versions installed (due to the fact that I had to support software products built on these Visual Studio versions using features that only were available in these specific versions) and apparently Microsoft decided -not- to change the icon for this version. 230 more words

Visual Studio

My ConfigMgr Feedback

Back in June, Microsoft launched their UserVoice site for ConfigMgr (announcement on ConfigMgr dogs). It looks like if the new technical preview 2 is anything to go by they are really shaping this product based on feedback from the site (or perhaps similar feedback given prior to UserVoice). 266 more words

ConfigMgr 2012

UserVoice Integration with Hoiio Virtual Line Easy Setup Steps

Easily setup Virtual Line with UserVoice integration in these few steps:

● Sign up or login at http://www.hoiio.com

● Purchase a Virtual Line subscription plan that suits your needs from Hoiio’s app center… 79 more words


UserVoice Integration with Hoiio Virtual Line

Virtual Line now supports integration with UserVoice to bring to you the best of both worlds in our new app / service.

With multiple contact channels such as hotlines, email address, website forms and social media, companies can really benefit from a solution that makes tracking customer feedback and leads much easier. 371 more words


OneNote: Let Your Voice Be Heard

Speak Up: Tell us what you want
Creating software is a very big challenge. You can take One thing for granted. You will never please everyone! 959 more words