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Original Xbox backward compatibility is coming to Xbox One on October 24

Microsoft To-Do begins General Availability rollout to all Office 365 users

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Configuring a Hyper-V Host with PowerShell DSC

Cray Supercomputers are coming to Azure

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Fv2 VMs are now available, the fastest VMs on Azure

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Microsoft Introduces Surface Book 2: 7th/8th Generation i5/i7 CPUS, NVIDIA Discrete Graphics

Power BI Pro & Power BI Premium: Flexibility to choose the licensing best for you and your organization

https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-pro-power-bi-premium-flexibility-to-choose-the-licensing-best-for-you-and-your-organization/

Also included with Power BI Premium is Power BI Report Server*, as well as the ability to embed Power BI in your apps. Power BI Report Server is an on-premises server that allows the deployment and distribution of interactive Power BI reports and traditional paginated reports completely within an organization’s firewall. The same number of virtual cores provisioned in the cloud can also be deployed on-premises with Power BI Report Server – without the need to split the capacity – providing the freedom to move to the cloud at your pace.

For embedding, Power BI Premium includes access to one API surface, a consistent set of capabilities and access to the latest Power BI features.

 

*Power BI Report Server is also available as part of SQL Server Enterprise Edition for customers with Software Assurance