It seems that when Microsoft deployed their latest versions of Office, they forgot to adjust the DPI (dots per inch) settings for PowerPoint rendering the menus on second monitors extremely large. With the menu and its fonts so large, the design space on a secondary monitor is very limited, if not useless altogether.
Last week Microsoft just released Azure VNet peering – a highly-requested and long-awaited internetworking feature – into public preview. VNet peering provides the ability to join two VNet’s, or virtual networks, in the same region using Microsoft’s Azure backbone network. Because of this functionality, all resources appear to be on the same network as compared to being on two separate networks that are simply connected. VNet peering is just another giant step in making Microsoft Azure a game-changer for hybrid networks.