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This was Insider Dev Tour Vienna

Yesterday, on June 20th, the Insider Dev Tour (see insiderdevtour.com) took place in our home town Vienna. It’s a roadshow for software developers in the Microsoft universe delivering the latest news about Windows, Azure, Office, Graph, AI technology and more. I enjoyed being part of the event along with my fellow MVP colleagues and the Windows Development community.

Join featured speaker Martina Grom at Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft Ignite is Microsoft’s largest, yearly conference focused on the latest insights and skills from technology leaders and practitioners with more than 25.000 attendees and will take place in September 24–28, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. We are very pleased to announce, that atwork’s CEO, Martina Grom, is a featured speaker at this year’s Ignite!

Impressions of the Global Azure Bootcamp 2018 in Linz

On April 21st, this year’s Global Azure Bootcamp took place in 244 locations in 68 countries. We were happy to follow the invitation of coding-club-linz who – as in the last years - organized the community event perfectly in Linz in Austria. With 5 tracks and about 200 attendees the #GlobalAzure event in Linz was a full success – thx to the organizers, speakers, community members and all helping hands!

atwork sucht Office 365 consultants

Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams suchen wir zuverlässige, begeisterungsfähige Mitarbeiter mit technischer Ausbildung und Erfahrungen mit Microsoft Office 365 und Microsoft Azure. Sie werden Teil eines eigenständigen und verantwortungsbewussten Teams und tragen Verantwortung für Projekte und übernehmen Aufgaben in der Spezifikation, im Design und in der Umsetzung von Lösungen mit Microsoft Cloud Technologien. Interessiert? Wir freuen uns darauf, Sie kennenzulernen!

How to create or renew Service Principal Names in Azure Active Directory

When an automated task or an app needs to access data from Office 365, you need to create an app in the tenant’s Azure Active Directory (AAD). For having full control, e.g. for deleting objects in AAD, a so called Service Principal Name (SPN) can be used. That is similar to a Global Admin in Office 365, but just for apps and usually with a predefined expiration date. Which is good. Or?