On August 5, 2017, to expand the availability of Universal Windows Apps, Microsoft announced that the company was adding support for universal apps in the Microsoft Store for the first time. These apps are the same as normal apps, but with a developer-supplied icon that makes them appear in the Microsoft Store instead of the Windows Store, making it possible to download universal apps from other sources (i.e. direct from the developer in case of a game, or from a distribution platform for a productivity app).
In an August 2017 presentation, Microsoft promised that enterprise customers who were looking to migrate away from Windows XP and other unsupported Windows versions would be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise without having to do a clean install. Upgrades of this nature are sometimes referred to as blended migrations. Engineers at Microsoft are discussing how to make this possible in general terms, and it is not clear how they want to integrate this feature into the upgrade cadence.
On July 2, 2017, the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) MIB (Modeling Information Base - see MISP), which contains information used to determine status, is no longer supported on Windows 10 mobile devices because of a lack of future updates. Microsoft said that SNMP MIB data being collected by SNMP MIB viewer was used to power \"diagnostics\" features in Windows 10 Mobile, such as the \"Steps Calculator\". It is not clear whether this functionality will be restored, or if it will be replaced with a new feature.
Office 365 and S4B have radically diverged on licensing. For the time being, you need to sign up for Office 365 twice -- once for Office, once for S4B -- and get two distinct products. Nonetheless, a user account in both S4B and Office 365 will work for all Office applications — and access S4B and Skype for Business Online through a single Office 365 account. I was unable to make the ActiveSync do maximum sync. 7211a4ac4a