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This will be my second post about Bing for business: “the new intelligent search experience for Office 365 and Microsoft 365, which uses AI and the Microsoft Graph to deliver more relevant search results based on your organizational context”.
In this post, we will be focusing on “People Search”.

This will be my second post about Bing for business, the new intelligent search experience for Office 365 and Microsoft 365, which uses AI and the Microsoft Graph to deliver more relevant search results based on your organizational context.

We covered branding in the first article. In this article, I will be focusing on People Search.

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At the Ignite conference keynote Microsoft announced Bing for business. Winvision is one of the partners participating in the current preview.
With the public announcement of Bing for business, I’m now allowed to show you what the service is offering our company.
In the coming days I will be posting about several parts of Bing for business, starting with “branding”.

At the Ignite conference keynote Microsoft announced Bing for business:

A new intelligent search experience for Office 365 and Microsoft 365, which uses AI and the Microsoft Graph to deliver more relevant search results based on your organizational context.

As you might have heard at the end of the demo by Li-Chen Miller, Winvision was mentioned as one of the partners participating in the current preview.

With the public announcement of Bing for business, I am now allowed to show you what the service is currently offering.

In the coming days I will be posting more about Bing for business, starting today with branding.

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The other day I wanted to configure Application Logging on Blob Storage for a Web App Service and found out this needs a SAS URL. And this is something an ARM template can’t provide for you.
In this post, I will walk you through the necessary PowerShell code to run.

These days it’s normal to deploy and configure all aspects of your Azure Resources using the Azure Resource Manager and the accompanying ARM Templates. But sometimes you walk into a missing feature that’s is not (yet) available in the ARM system.

The other day I wanted to configure Application Logging on Blob Storage for a Web App Service and found out this needs a SAS URL. And this is something an ARM template cannot provide for you.

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When I recently was configuring an Azure AD application I couldn’t assign the delegated permissions for an Azure SQL Database. It did cost me a full day to find out the Azure Portal user interface has an unexpected user interaction when it comes to selecting APIs.

In this post, I’ll explain how you can find all APIs available for your application.

When I recently was configuring an Azure AD application, I could not assign the delegated permissions for an Azure SQL Database. It did cost me a full day to find out the Azure Portal user interface has an unexpected user interaction when it comes to selecting APIs.

In this article, I will explain how you can find all APIs available for your application.

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Azure Key Vault is a great resource to store your secrets like passwords, connection strings, certificates, etc. and access them programmatically. A great feature is to add or update your secrets during deployment so you do not have to manage your secrets manually. In this article, I will explain how you can add secrets to […]

Azure Key Vault is a great resource to store your secrets like passwords, connection strings, certificates, etc. and access them programmatically. A great feature is to add or update your secrets during deployment so you do not have to manage your secrets manually.

In this article, I will explain how you can add secrets to an Azure Key Vault using ARM templates.

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