Episode 39: "Do I really need to monitor Office 365?"

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A move to the cloud is almost always accompanied by change. Sometimes these changes are pretty obvious and easy to grasp while other times they are more of paradigm shift – one such shift is in the way we monitor out deployments. Monitoring your tenant and supporting services won’t prevent a service problem, but it […]

Episode 46: Teams and PowerShell with Lee Ford

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Microsoft Teams has seen some incredible growth in recent months as many organizations worldwide adjust to a new normal that involves a remote, work from home workforce. In late April, Microsoft announced that it had seen a 70% increase in Teams usage, increasing to more than 75 million daily active users and seeing 200 million […]

Ignite 2020 Special Edition

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It’s almost time for Microsoft Ignite 2020, but this year things are going to be a little different. In this special episode, Anna Chu (a.k.a The Community Khaleesi) gives us some inside info about what to expect this year and how you can get involved! If you’re interested in being part of Ignite this year, […]

Episode 40: "There is one docs place and one training place.."

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docs.microsoft.com is the new home for all Microsoft documentation and Microsoft Learn is a free, online training platform that provides interactive learning for Microsoft products – There has been significant investment in these platforms in recent years. We caught up with Erin Rifkin to talk about these platforms, the success of Microsoft Learn and how […]

Episode 41: Azure AD B2B, bring your own identity and viral accounts

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Azure AD business-to-business (B2B) collaboration allows organizations to securely share applications and services with guest users from any other organization, while maintaining control over their data. In this episode we chat to returning guest Elisabeth Olson about some of the improvements in the B2B experience, the new bring your own identity functionality and she even […]