In a previous article I covered off what Azure Policy was and explained some of the features that it had.  At the time I mentioned that there are a number of built in/pre configured policies and initiatives that you can use, however I have been looking at designing and implementing custom policies...

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I was given the Techair 15.6" Grey EVO Magnetic Laptop Messenger bag a month ago to review.  I've been using it as my to-go bag for travelling for work.  For the last seven years as a consultant that travels between customer sites I've always preferred a backpack for carrying my laptop, cables, food...

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Over the years I have attended a lot of events, both paid and free community events.  And as I'm sure many of you are I've been organising the Glasgow Azure User Group events over the past 11 months, this blog post is just some of my thoughts on how you can #BeAGoodAttendee at these events. If you’v...

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I was recently asked if there was a way of tracking basic metrics from Virtual Machine (VM) within Operations Management Suite (OMS), such as CPU usage, Disk Usage and Memory Usage.  Unfortunately there isn't out the box available within OMS that can be easily set up to do this.  However the ability...

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I was kindly given a Jabra Evolve 75e headset to review recently. This is a new headset from Jabra, it is the world's first unified communication (UC) certified wireless earbuds. In a recent review of the Jabra Evolve 65 headset I covered off four pillars, Sound Quality, Comfort, Setup and Noise C...

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Azure Policy is a service within Azure that is currently in Preview.  It has been designed to help you to enforce different rules and actions over your resources, which enables your resources to stay compliant with your corporate standards.  It comes with a lot of "out of the box" or "built in" poli...

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