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When you use your Apple ID to sign in to the iTunes Store, App Store, or iBooks Store for the first time, you're asked to enter a payment method so that you can purchase items from the store. Follow these steps if you don't want to associate a payment method with your account.| Read more »
This article outlines the memory specifications for the following products:
iMac (17-inch Late 2006)
iMac (20-inch Late 2006)
This article does NOT refer to the iMac (17-inch Late 2006 CD), which is addressed in article 303085, "iMac (Early 2006), iMac (Mid 2006), iMac (17-inch Late 2006 CD): Memory Specifications".| Read more »
You don't need to turn off your Apple TV. It will go into sleep or standby mode automatically when you're not using it. You can also put it into sleep or standby mode using your Apple TV remote.| Read more »
Welcome to UL’s Circle of Trust
From drywall to hair dryers and mattresses to smoke detectors, UL has a 120-year legacy of helping ensure the products we use every day are safe. UL is now transforming itself for the next 100 years, using the security, power and agility of the cloud to become a fast-moving digital company, a rate of speed and innovation they are passing on to their customers as well. Read on to learn why UL trusts Office 365 and the Microsoft cloud in the new Circle of Trust story and video.
At UL, experts light things on fire, shoot bullets at glass, smash hairdryers, drop safes, douse electronics in water, put foil in the microwave and more—all on purpose. It’s not just gleeful, don’t-try-this-at-home mischief for the sake of curiosity or killer dinner party stories. It’s serious science, testing and inspecting and auditing and certifying and validating to help ensure the things humans use every day are safe. UL places its mark on 22... | Read more »
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Today at Microsoft Ignite, we announced some exciting new Office 365 admin features. We focused on two key themes important to you—the Office 365 IT administrator—visibility and control. Enhancing these attributes, gives you greater capability to monitor how your organization is running and enable the necessary controls to keep your data safe.
Greater transparency with new Office 365 reporting dashboards
To truly understand how your organization is running, you need to see how your end users are consuming the services. Today, we introduced both a new and improved reporting dashboard and an Office 365 content pack for Power BI. With the new reporting dashboard, you get a better user interface with greater visibility into usage across Office 365 services. The new reporting dashboard provides a much more visual reporting experience with trend and summary views. To get more details, simply select the desired reporting tile for more detailed reports. We have plans to add... | Read more »
Today’s post was written by Andy O’Donald, senior product marketing manager and Rajmohan Rajagopalan, principal PM manager for the Office 365 team.
Heraclitus said, “No one steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he or she is not the same person.”
We understand the transition you are making from traditional change management you drove in an on-premises software world to the faster pace of change you are experiencing with cloud services like Office 365. We understand that in a cloud services world, IT gives up a level of control over when updates and capabilities are rolled-out to their organization. This can make planning, preparing and communicating to your organization more challenging.
The journey so far to improve communications, control and... | Read more »