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In this blog series dedicated to Microsoft's technical articles, we'll highlight our MVPs' favorite article along with their personal insights.
Elie Karkafy, Security, Enterprise Mobility MVP in United States
“In the blogs section in the Microsoft tech community, Microsoft product team will post the latest features announced across all the products along with some blog post that shows the admins a step-by-step process in implementing some capabilities.”
*Relevant Posts on Tech Community by Elie:
Somesh Pathak, Enterprise Mobility MVP in Netherlands
“The Microsoft Power Virtual Agents learning path serves as an all-encompassing tutorial on how to develop AI-enabled chatbots without the need for coding skills. This well-designed educational resource lays groundwork on the core principles of Power Virtual Agents. It takes you through the steps of constructing a simple bot, designing smart conversational routes, and delving into more intricate functionalities. Presented in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner, the content is always current, making the learning journey approachable.
What sets this learning path apart is its direct affiliation with Microsoft, the creators of Power Virtual Agents, thereby ensuring both the authenticity and trustworthiness of the information provided. It caters to a broad audience: whether you’re a novice looking for a foundational understanding of chatbot development, or a seasoned professional aiming to polish your existing skills, this learning resource is invaluable.”
Daniel Bradley, Security MVP in United Kingdom
“Microsoft Graph is rapidly expanding to become a core tool for not just software developers, but everyday IT administrators to manage Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Entra. Over the last year, the Microsoft documentation and available tools have simplified the process, enabling me to write complex scripts without a deep understanding of APIs.”
Florian Salzmann, Enterprise Mobility MVP in Switzerland
“My favorite content is the "In Development for Microsoft Intune" page next to the Microsoft Intune "What's New" page.
The "What's New" page is great for being up to date, but the "In Development" page, which I like to call "Upcoming Excitement," is a treasure trove of information for anyone interested in staying one step ahead.
The In Development page provides a glimpse into what's in store for Microsoft Intune, highlighting upcoming features, enhancements, and innovations. This resource gives me a glimpse into the future of Intune and prepares me for the changes and challenges that lie ahead in device management and security.
In addition, the What's New in Intune page complements this by showcasing the latest releases, ensuring that I'm always up to date with the latest developments in the platform. Together, these pages form a dynamic duo that keeps me informed about the evolution of Intune.
All of these new features motivate me to test them out and write some blogs about my implementations, challenges, and of course, solutions.”