Last week, Garmin’s services mostly went down. This meant that all Garmin devices, among others, wouldn’t sync data between the mobile app (Garmin Connect) and… Read More »Thoughts on the Garmin outage and possible ransomware attack
Insights on building robust business process orchestrations using Power Automate, Logic Apps and Azure Functions
I often end up automating a lot of things in my life I find too repetitive, or too boring to do manually. This might not… Read More »Insights on building robust business process orchestrations using Power Automate, Logic Apps and Azure Functions
Years ago, I found this cartoon: In the 1990’s, once you got an email it was a fun and enjoyable experience. “Someone is thinking of… Read More »Back to basics: Two simple Outlook rules to reclaim your workday
ESPC20 or the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference session list has been updated and it now has 90+ sessions. I was the programme… Read More »90+ sessions announced for the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference
I’ve been meaning to write about how I manage my tasks and organize my work for a good couple of months by now. Then work… Read More »Achieving internal efficiency by managing your time and organizing your tasks
Back in December 2019, I joined Microsoft. I wrote about the background and my thoughts on that then. It’s been now about five months since… Read More »I’m an Azure Developer Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft – what do I do?
I wrote about working from home a few weeks ago, and now that I am back from my winter vacation, I wanted to revisit this… Read More »We are all working remotely now – how does that feel after the first month?
I recently received a new laptop from work. It’s a Surface Book 2 (the 15″ model). It’s beyond great, although I’ve used it less in… Read More »Security awareness: Are you using separate laptops for work and personal use?
It’s been three weeks since we saw drastic measures throughout the EU region to fight the coronavirus situation. In Italy, the situation has been much… Read More »Working from Home – reflections during the coronavirus crisis
If you work in tech, you’ve possibly internalized that the technologies, services, platforms and tools you have at your disposal are almost limitless and exciting… Read More »5 things with productivity tools that frustrate me to no end
I like to meet people, and spend time with people. In this day and age, it’s a rare luxury as everyone’s very, very busy. We… Read More »Stretching time, or how to get things done when you’re busy
I’ve used Microsoft Teams – mostly daily – since November 2016. That’s almost 3 years, and probably about 3 billion meetings, calls, chats and other… Read More »Turning on video during Microsoft Teams meetings – why, or why not?
Tomorrow on September 5th is Finnish national Entrepreneur’s Day. The fun and somewhat comical part are that it does not coincide with World’s Entrepreneurs’ Day,… Read More »Thoughts on entrepreneurship and building a company
I wrote about closing down my Dropbox account last week. During the weekend I had some time to reflect back on that decision (for which… Read More »Everything is subscription-based – so how much am I paying for the services I use every month?
Microsoft Inspire (formerly Worldwide Partner Conference, or WPC) was held in Las Vegas in mid-July. I didn’t attend, as the event overlaps heavily with the… Read More »Thoughts from Microsoft Inspire 2019 announcements