In the latest episode of the Windows Weekly podcast, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss next week's Office on iPad announcement, Microsoft2 LTE, the countdown to Build and rumors about a Microsoft purchase of Xamarin, OneNote is now free for everyone, Mozilla kills Metro Firefox, and wearable computers.
Running time: 1:54:56
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Tip of the week: Move files quickly between cloud storage services
Thanks to William Alford for the tip: With the cloud storage wars heating up between Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and others, users want to test other services but don't want to manually download and then upload all the files that are in the service they're currently using. There's a faster way: the Mover service works with OneDrive, OneDrive for Business (SharePoint), Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Egnyte, Copy, Amazon S3, and many others.
Plus: Learn to program in C# with Bob Tabor. New versions of C# fundamentals, just released.
Software pick of the week: OneNote
And don't forget the goodies:
- OneNote Clipper browser add-in for Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Mac Safari
- Office Lens for Windows Phone. Scan a whiteboard, document, business card, or whatever, adds text search.
- Set up Send email to OneNote. Set up OneNote so you can email stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Get OneNote apps: Works with Doxie Mobile Scanners, Lightscribe, Feedly, IFTTT, NeatConnect, Weave News Reader, and many others
Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft's remote desktop apps
MS has updated its Android, Mac and iOS remote desktop apps (again). Still no word on when the WP version will be made available
Bonus pick: Eric Ligman is at it again. He's published a bunch of great O365 resources, including links for free training, courses and e-books: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mssmallbiz/archive/2014/03/17/how-to-get-free-microsoft-office-365-resources-training-virtual-courses-and-more.aspx
Codename pick of the week: Hekaton
What's behind the codename of Microsoft's new in-memory OLTP engine. Is Hekaton A. Greek for factor of a hundred; B. the name of a giant mythical creature; C. a Dominican thrash band; D. All of the Above
Beer pick of the week: O'Hara's Irish Stout
It's never too late for a St. Paddy's pick: http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/646/1751/