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The Intrazone by Microsoft
Fast Fridays with Jeff Teper

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 28:33


We chat with Jeff Teper to dig into what he calls "Fast Friday" - his use of technology to record his thoughts about what he's up to each week - where he spends time, anecdotes on internal and external meetings, and things he's working on - big and small. Fast Fridays are about capturing thoughts, putting them together, and then getting them out there - and that it's OK to be scrappy, consistent, and engaged versus over-polished and less available. For Jeff, it's all about transparency, communication, and leadership - every week. You'll learn about his approach to leadership, why he creates and publishes his Fast Fridays, and the importance of Microsoft Teams and other tools for communications.  Get ready to grab some Teper tidbits on The Intrazone. Read this episode's corresponding blog post. Plus, click here for a transcript of this episode. Jeff Teper | LinkedIn | Twitter SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Upcoming events: M365 Twin Cities | Jan.21.2023 Brooklyn Park, Minneapolis Culturati | Apr.2-3.2023 Austin, Texas Microsoft 365 Conference | May.2-4.2023 Las Vegas, Nevada CollabDays Poland | May.13.2023 Warsaw, Poland European Collaboration Summit | May.22-24.2023 Dusseldorf, Germany European Power Platform Conference | Jun.20-22 Dublin, Ireland European SharePoint Conference | Nov.27-30 Amsterdam, Netherlands Listen and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts. Follow the Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone.

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop: December 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 26:30 Very Popular


Our team spent most of December 2022 refining the cloud, improving it for your return to work – whenever that may be. In this episode, you'll find details about a load of great new offerings: Microsoft Syntex Pay-as-you-go (Preview), search video transcript for Stream (on SharePoint), SharePoint Apps: Add to teams when enabling an app, OneDrive: Sensitivity labels appear on the sharing dialog, OneDrive sync reports (GA), SharePoint sites search in usage analytics, Microsoft Teams Premium (Preview), Microsoft Whiteboard mobile apps, and more. Plus, we included audio from my co-host Chris McNulty, Director of product marketing for Syntex and Viva Topics – from his recent keynote segment during the European SharePoint Conference - to provide an update on all things Microsoft Syntex. Happy holidays, and welcome to 2023. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Click here for transcript of this episode. Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Microsoft 365 Setup site (Getting started and deployment guides) Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Notes from the ESPC22 keynotes

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 49:20 Very Popular


Sink your ears into clip highlights from each of the four Microsoft keynotes from the European SharePoint Conference 2022 (ESPC22 | Copenhagen, Denmark). You'll hear from Jeff Teper covering the approach Microsoft takes in making Microsoft 365 the best productivity offering, from Karuana Gatimu sharing insights about the metaverse in Teams, Scott Hanselman about how many keystrokes you have left, Vesa Juvonen on the continuum of opportunity for developers -- no-to-low-to-pro code. And last, a fun selection of questions and answers from the Microsoft AMA. Tons of insights on Microsoft technology for all roles, plus an audible glimpse on the value of content and community. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Click here for a transcript of this episode.  European SharePoint Conference Twitter | Instagram | Website SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Scott Hanselman's KeysLeft.com site Microsoft Graph Developer Proxy Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Upcoming 2023 EU Events from the ESPC event team: European Power Platform Conference (EPPC23) | Jun.20-22 Dublin, Ireland European SharePoint Conference (ESPC23) | Nov.27-30 Amsterdam, Netherlands Listen and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts. Follow the Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone.

MilCyberSync
MilCyberSync Podcast - 11 December 2022 - Episode 37

MilCyberSync

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 12:09


This week on the 36th Episode of the MilCyberSync Podcast: Army completes O365, Inside Navy's NCDOC, JWCC, Satcom As A Service, plus more!

MSP 1337
The Aftermath

MSP 1337

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 31:20


The impact of an incident is often unknown until we enter into the aftermath. How it happened can't always be answered but the goal post incident is to determine what can be done to prevent this in the future. How do we prepare to reduce the impact of a future event when we don't know in advance what that event might be? Join me as Chad Holstead and I revisit an all to recent event and how his team was able to piece together the events that led up to a user in the client company having their identity compromised with O365. I learned a lot on this one and i hope you learn something from Chad's experience as well.

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop: November 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 24:23


Gobble, gobble - time to gobble up all the updates that landed for SharePoint and related tech on the month of November 2022 - a load of great new offerings: Briefing email enhancements, a new praise compose experience, a new Viva admin experience, SharePoint tenant URL rename (GA), three new SharePoint site templates, updated management for site information, sign language via in Microsoft Teams, Editor using Context IQ in Word, and more. We also pulled audio from Cathy Dew, Senior product manager from the SharePoint team, to give share more behind the design and application of SharePoint site templates. It's a packed edition, minus the tryptophan. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: ESPC22 (Nov.28 - Dec. 1, 2022 | in-person Copenhagen, Denmark, Bella Center) Microsoft 365 Conference (Dec.6-8.2022 | In-person Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand) Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Add to OneDrive

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:42


On this episode, we hear from Gaia Carini and Katy Erlandson from the OneDrive engineering team. We dig into OneDrive to distinguish the value between the "Add to OneDrive" feature and general sync of team site document libraries - sometimes referred to as "Shared libraries". You'll hear more about what each capability does, the path forward by design to make it easy for you, plus guidance for today and going forward. The whole of this episode spawned from a Twitter thread request, and we think you'll like this audible response. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Full transcript below. Gaia Carini (Principal GPM) | Twitter | LinkedIn  Katy Erlandson (Senior product manager) | LinkedIn Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] OneDrive | Website | Help and learning | @OneDrive | OneDrive community blog | Feedback SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Feedback Resources: The @RippedOrange tweet thread that started it all: "Sync vs Add Shortcut to OneDrive" "Add shortcuts to shared folders in OneDrive for work or school" (support article) Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: European SharePoint Conference 2022 (Nov.28 - Dec. 1) Copenhagen, Denmark at the Bella Center Microsoft 365 Conference (Dec.6-8.2022) Las Vegas, NV Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone   TRANSCRIPT MARK KASHMAN: Welcome to the Intrazone, a show about the Microsoft 365 Intelligent Intranet. I'm Mark Kashman, Senior Product Manager on the Microsoft 365 marketing team. And on today's episode, we hear from Gaia Carini, Principal Group Product Manager, and Katy Erlandson, Senior Product Manager, both from the OneDrive engineering team, here to dig in to distinguish the value between Add to OneDrive, the feature, and general sync of Teams Site Document Libraries.   There's a lot that you can do, and there's some best practices. And just so you know, document libraries in this case are sometimes referred to as shared libraries, those that you share with your, or in a shared space, effectively outside of your OneDrive, your own personal work OneDrive, but you want to bring in all of those files and folders even if they're shared.   So you're going to hear about each of these capabilities, the Add to OneDrive and the common notion of sync, and the path forward—by design—to make it easier for you and pervasive. You'll hear guidance today and going forward, plus a few favorite tips and tricks—direct from the team—that designs the overall user experience of OneDrive. And the of the whole of this episode kicked off by request from our audience on a unique platform discussion, and we will share that as we kick off the episode with Gaia and Katy. Just a fun way where we heard some great feedback that turned into a great episode.   So I just have a few thoughts to share. When you actually think about the Add to OneDrive feature, it's really easy. You just locate the folder that you want to add to your OneDrive, select the circle of the Folders tile, so that you can take an action on it, and then select Add Shortcut to My Files—effectively Add to OneDrive at the top of the menu—or you just right-click a folder and select that same notion, Add Shortcut to My Files.   So this is a feature that I use, the Add to OneDrive, for all of the files in this podcast, really forever – for wherever I am in my OneDrive. Most commonly, here at my desk at home, I go into the Windows Explorer, I find the Mark-Microsoft OneDrive icon, I click into the Documents-The Intrazone folder, and there it is, even though this comes from a document library in a SharePoint site that's connected to a Teams' team that we use to help manage this podcast. It's really just a one-or-two-click-away action for me to get to those show notes and the folders, and all of the things we do per each episode across the various Microsoft Teams channel, effectively a folder in a document library.   I have access to all of that. No matter where I look across OneDrive, once I've added it to OneDrive, created that shortcut for my common My Files experience, and it takes me to wherever those files are located, without moving them, but it's a great reference with some real ease of access.   So I do this for the Intrazone, I do it for the Microsoft Lists product management that I help manage here at Microsoft, and of course with various conferences, some of which are managed by other people, which I think is one of the best possible use cases where somebody else is managing files and folders, and I go in and I add those that are most relevant to me, during that event, to my OneDrive, by just clicking on their folders and files and add to my OneDrive.   I have access, so I can do that, and then I will have access, more directly, without having to navigate to that site or that team. It's just right there in Windows Explorer, same experience, document/name of event, even if it's managed by somebody else who's invited me into that team, and then we all work on a variety of files, but then I have access to all of that, with fewer clicks and more in my own domain so I know which files are mine and which files are coming from a shared location.   That's a little bit of how it works, how I use it. I think the best thing, though, is to get clarity of what we're really here to answer, which is, how do I distinguish that Add to OneDrive feature with Team Site sync when I'm using OneDrive? And no better people to help answer that than from the product team, so let's bring in Gaia and Katy to address this and much more.   (Music.)   All right, it is enough of you hearing Chris and I speculating what this OneDrive sync and all the things you can do in this modern era of files experiences everywhere. We are here talking with Gaia and Katy from the OneDrive team, joining us on the Intrazone. Gaia and Katy, welcome.   GAIA CARINI: Thanks, Mark, we're excited to be here.   MARK KASHMAN: And I'm excited that you're here. Before we get into the why we're here, which might be obvious to everybody, but we have a really particular reason that's kind of a fun reason of the way this episode came about. But if you don't mind, both of you sharing just a little bit about what you do on the OneDrive team, and of course there – if there's more that you do here at Microsoft, people would love to know a little bit more about you.   So I thought, Katy, we would start with you.   KATY ERLANDSON: I'm a PM on the OneDrive sync team. I've been working primarily on our enterprise features, the last few years, and Add to OneDrive being one of them, so I'm happy to be here today and talk more about that.   MARK KASHMAN: Very nice, and Gaia.   GAIA CARINI: Hi, everyone. I'm Gaia. I am the Group Product Manager of the OneDrive sync team. So my team, including Katy, works on OneDrive for Windows and macOS across consumer and commercial users and scenarios. And yeah, I've been working on sync for several years now, and I love being on the OneDrive team, and it's been really fun.   MARK KASHMAN: What I thought was fun about this episode, I know you both know, but for our audience, you should know that the impetus of this episode truly came from our audience in the broadest way. There was a Twitter discussion that was going on, and the focus of that was "when do I use the Add to OneDrive feature versus sync?"   And of course, you can imagine somebody out there was thinking about who they should pull into this conversation, and we now have Gaia and Katy who are about as close to the source of answering that question, which we will address it in the exact way that you'd imagine, the OneDrive team as the accurate way.   You know, when you first saw that Twitter discussion, there was that twee threat. A. I was really happy that you said yes to joining us on the Intrazone to provide the answer. Is that a common thing that you see people asking, or as they're trying to navigate some of the feature sets and capabilities of OneDrive?   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, it is a question that we have been getting, and so I was looking forward to us coming here on the Intrazone to talk more about the two different ways to sync files from either shared libraries in SharePoint, or just a folder someone has shared with you in – from their OneDrive, or files from Teams. Since it is a common question, we're really excited to go more into the differences and what our recommendations are, and what we see the long-term plan to be.   MARK KASHMAN: So where do we start? We come off this thread and we start to stare at – you know, what is a great way to answer that, which I know you both have some nice thoughts around that. I thought Gaia, just to start with you, let's set some ground foundational elements of, when we talk about sync, maybe at the Teams Site level, you know, what is that, syncing the Teams Site and then answering in that same vein of thought, what is Add to OneDrive.   GAIA CARINI: So first, starting with just OneDrive sync as the app, OneDrive sync lets you access and edit and share files from Windows and macOS, no matter where they are, in your own OneDrive, in someone else's OneDrive or in a Teams Site, you know, or in – you know, from a channel in Teams, including if you are offline. And to sync the files that are in those shared locations, we have two models that are supported, the sync button and Add to OneDrive.   And so first, I thought I'd just share what are some of the differences between those. So the sync button is something that we've had since we started supporting with the new sync client when we were on our journey to replace Groove. We added the sync button and that syncs the folder or library to that specific device.   And so let's say I'm here on my Windows PC, and I go to, you know, our team, the folder where our team saves all of our specs. I can click the sync button and that will sync it to this PC specifically. But then if I go on my Mac, I won't see that same folder, and that's where Add to OneDrive comes in.   Add to OneDrive allows you to add that folder—let's say in this case a spec folder that's really important and I go to all the time—to your OneDrive so that it's easy to find, no matter which device you're on. And it'll start syncing, you know, on that device where you added it to your OneDrive but across all your devices too.   So now, if I go back to my Mac, I'll see that same folder also being synced, but I'll also see it on my mobile device, through the OneDrive mobile app, or on Teams if I go navigate my OneDrive files through Teams, and on the web and in Office. And so it just allows you to easily find your files in those shared locations.   MARK KASHMAN: So I've used the Add to OneDrive feature, and I – I've done it four or five times, consistently, with – the right use case—at least for me—is when I go into my Windows machine, any Windows machine and I get into my OneDrive, and I see those shared folders that I've added to my OneDrive. It's the quickest way for me to get to them, and it also is the kind of spaces that I work in, pretty much throughout the year.   I have one Add to OneDrive for my next-gen events site, so any event that I work on, I can get into the folder of the individual event, see the sessions, PowerPoints, any videos, and you know, some of the pre-material that we have for people to use for like graphics to tweet out, and stuff like that.   And I also have another one that I use for Microsoft Lists, with the Lists team. It's a place where we create a lot of different outbound presentations. We also manage, you know, the different feature sets that are upcoming, but from a content and document perspective, I just go into my Windows Explorer, click on OneDrive and then go right into the name of that team, which is either Microsoft Lists or Next-gen Events, and it's just right there, and it's – it's really easy to navigate.   I know it's there, and it just – like you said, it doesn't matter which machine I'm on, so I really do love that feature, and I think it's really important for people to understand how to leverage that in the different scenarios, which I thought, Katy, if we could get some of that insight from you, you know, whether you're thinking about sync or Add to OneDrive, or what we know, kind of into the future, what we'll get to, is what do you recommend and why, when – when you think about different ways that you would guide people to use the technology.   KATY ERLANDSON: Yeah, so we definitely recommend Add to OneDrive. It is a newer, shiny feature. From Team Site sync, as Gaia mentioned, it's kind of a more holistic OneDrive experience, so you're not just getting it on whichever device you chose to sync it on, but you're getting that content across all of your devices. And it's also more – more performant. I'm not sure how many people realize this, but with Team Site sync, we're actually also syncing all of the metadata for the whole library, even if you go and you only sync at the subfolder level, like in Gaia's case in the spec folder.   In Add to OneDrive, if you go and you add the shortcut right at the spec folder level, then we're only syncing that content. So for really, really big document libraries, this can actually be a pretty big gamechanger.   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, to add to what Katy was saying, with Add to OneDrive, we've also made several improvements to the experience where, for example, if you decide, you know, you're done with a certain project and you no longer need that folder, and so you remove the shortcut from your OneDrive, we'll go and clean that up from the device, which I know is feedback we get from the sync button experience.   So we've made improvements like that to the experience. We also have a group policy that allows removing the shortcut content if users no longer have access, for example, to the content. So we've been continuing to improve on the experience, based on feedback, in addition to all of the advantages Katy mentioned.   MARK KASHMAN: Maybe, Kattie, back to you, you – you know, thoughts around guidance. If I'm IT, and I'm thinking Microsoft is describing, you know, these different ways that I can configure for my employees, my end user, what would be some of the things that we might guide them to consider—if not even pass along—to their end user?   KATY ERLANDSON: If you know that no one in your company right now is using Teams Site sync, we recommend just guiding everybody to only using Add to OneDrive. In our documentation there is a script where you can actually turn off the sync button for your whole site, and so if you know that – that no one in your – in your organization is using Teams Site sync, I would just go ahead and turn that off now and start taking advantage of – of all the things that Add to OneDrive has to offer.   If you are in a mixed state, I would definitely stay tuned for our guidance here. We will be migrating users off of Teams Site sync and into – on to Add to OneDrive, eventually, but first, we really want to make sure that we're addressing feedback and that we can make sure that the migration will be seamless. So definitely stay tuned here but know that that's where we're heading.   MARK KASHMAN: So one thing that I've been just curious about, hearing you talk about the administrative capability to turn off the sync button in the Teams Site, from the Teams Site level, does that same sync button disappearing experience actually happen also in Microsoft Teams? If I'm in the Files tab, which effectively is that shame – same connected SharePoint document library, does the sync button also disappear in Teams?   KATY ERLANDSON: Yeah, so it will also go away in Teams. It's the setting that removes the button for the whole tenant, so – so yeah, Teams will be included in that.   GAIA CARINI: But the Add shortcut to OneDrive option that we've been talking about is already available in Teams, and so if you go to the Files tab and there is – you know, in the general channel—or whichever channel—a folder that you want to make sure you're syncing, you can still use the Add shortcut to OneDrive button from Teams.   MARK KASHMAN: Yeah, that's great, because I think a lot of people kind of ask a broader question, you know, when I'm working in SharePoint versus working in Teams, files being the – what they're talking about. It's that – sometimes that delta of experience.   I know the team is broadly working on, you know, having the capabilities be the same, and I think from a sync perspective it's really important that, if you—from an admin perspective—chose to remove the sync button, by guidance of, you know, using the Add to OneDrive more, as we go into the future, I think a lot of that is kind of comfort food for admins to go, "Okay, I changed it once and that will be adhered to these different entry points that people might be making those choices," which kind of leads me into where I at least wanted to pick your brain.   The Twitter topic was more around what we've been talking about, the sync and Add to OneDrive, how they work together and maybe, you know, a little bit more guidance on what – what to use, when. If we were to step back and just ask the OneDrive team, whether it's a sync question or broader than that, what is the long-term plan? You know, where would you tell people the – the direction that we're going, either in this space or even broader than that?   Gaia, I would start with you.   GAIA CARINI: As Katy mentioned, the long-term plan is to really use the Add shortcut to OneDrive, or Add to OneDrive functionality, to allow users to sync their files across all devices and access them really easily, no matter where they are. As part of that, we have been talking to a lot of customers, and we have heard feedback on some of the gaps in the experiences, or some of the – you know, just feedback from users interacting with Add to One Drive and comparing it to this – the way the sync button syncs files.   And so we were really focused on really understanding all of that feedback and addressing that. We also, in addition to that, need to work on making the migration from the sync button synced content to Add to OneDrive really seamless, both on Windows and Mac, and so that's another thing that we've been looking at and planning.   Eventually, the goal is to fully replace the sync button, and so stay tuned for more information and timelines on that. We don't have timelines on it right now. Again, the – the current focus is really addressing the feedback so we can really make the Add to OneDrive experience the best possible one for users across different scenarios.   MARK KASHMAN: Anything from a – a robust service like OneDrive, especially one that's been in use at scale, managing our customers, especially – you know, for giving IT the tools that they need, and obviously the awareness change management of what's coming or best practices and guidance, I – I certainly think that's a great investment area.   I know, you know, knowing a lot of change, and if it affects our customers negatively because it's a bigger impact or something that they didn't see coming, and this one sounds like it's a perfect way to both blend getting users to think about doing things a little bit differently and that impact not being something that is unmanageable by IT when we make that change.   So Katy, you know, there's probably a lot of feedback that's coming in. What would you say is the number one or top piece of feedback that we're actually working to address?   KATY ERLANDSON: The thing that we hear the most, probably, is this concept of, like confusion around me versus we. With Teams Sites, we kind of said, "Okay, if it's in your OneDrive node, you can think of it as your personal stuff; if it's in your Teams Sites node, you can think of it as shared content, but then users can still share from their OneDrive and then it's – there's a mix of shared content there.   And now, by adding shortcuts into OneDrive, it just adds a little bit more to that confusion, and so our primary focus is to clear that up. It becomes the most problematic around deletes. So if somebody deletes a file that they think is in their OneDrive, and it's just for them, and then that delete is propagated, and then now that's deleted for everybody, and then they don't find out about it until somebody else needs to work on it, and then it's missing.   So that's our top priority. We want to make sure that deletes are super clear. It's clear when it's being deleted for just you or it's being deleted for everyone, and we want users to confirm that before they actually do send that delete out to everybody.   So that's number one. We kind of had this same feedback with Teams Site sync also. It's not really a new problem to add to OneDrive, but it is definitely still there.   MARK KASHMAN: It sounds like, to me, you're going to be increasing—in a positive way—the use and value of the recycle bin and the awareness of "before you throw it away …" and of course, always the awareness of "if it's been thrown away …" you know, the recovery and – and the value there, the value for OneDrive if it's your own set of files, and certainly value if it's a shared set of files.   And it's interesting, the me/we space, I've heard both internally working with MVPs, hearing how they discuss it, and I think the way you're describing it, Katy, a lot of it is the – how does the technology work, and what are the things that, you know, are blocking people from either understanding it or, if they're using it, and they hit some of these—especially like a delete scenario—how to make it so that they do delete something effectively, or if they delete it and they're aware before they maybe accidentally do it.   KATY ERLANDSON: Exactly. We want to make sure that we can prevent it if it's not what they meant to do, and when accidents do happen, we also want to invest in making that recovery be easier.   MARK KASHMAN: Gaia, did you have a thought?   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, I think you both are spot on. On the me versus we topic, I think some of the things we're looking at is really how to surface the fact that the shortcut is from a shared location in File Explorer and Finder. You know, whether that's through the icons we use, or even where the shortcut goes by default.   And so we're exploring different potential paths there, but we know it's definitely a common theme across a lot of customers we've talked to, and so it's really top of mind for our team.   MARK KASHMAN: Do you have – because you work on OneDrive, you most likely use it as much as I do, on a daily basis – you know, if people listening to this, if there was something that's either a recent innovation or something that people, you know, might be just one or two clicks in, and they should know about it, or if it's staring them in the face and – you know, we just want to increase, we know how many times people are using it. Is there any recent or relevant tip or trick of using OneDrive, of just something that you actually use, each and every day, and – and really enjoy?   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, I can start. I have the exciting announcement, as of yesterday. We reached 100% on our file backup, also known as Known Folder Move, for macOS. This feature is something I use every day, across both my Windows PC and my Mac, basically to ensure that all my files on my desktop and my documents folder are in OneDrive, and I can access them across devices, from my phone, if I'm out.   And so it's something we've had on Windows for a long time, and we used – we're really focused on continuing to improve that experience as well. And yeah, as of yesterday, we got to 100% in production on macOS, and it's been something that our team has been working on for a while, and really excited about that.   MARK KASHMAN: Well, congratulations. KFM on Mac is not a small feature to – to build and deliver. Now, it's up to our customers to actually take advantage of it.   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, so we're really looking forward to the feedback on that.   MARK KASHMAN: That's great. Katy, any particular feature or capability that you love about OneDrive, that you use?   KATY ERLANDSON: I think mine also has to be KFM. It's not something that I think about appreciating every day, but just the fact that I don't have to worry about what files are where, on what device. I mean, I'm constantly working on multiple devices every day. I have three going, most days.   So the fact that they're all in sync with where my files are, I know that, you know, I can find a certain spec on my desktop, every time. It's easy, I like it.   MARK KASHMAN: You both keep saying this word, spec. And I'm thinking, maybe we can put all of your specs in your OneDrive for Consumer, and we can share that folder so that the world can sync all of your specs. Do you think that's a good idea?   KATY ERLANDSON: Probably not.   GAIA CARINI: I do have every single file I own—both in my personal life and in my work life—in my OneDrive. Now, of course, whether that's in my personal account or my work account is really important, but yeah, I wouldn't be able to function at all without my OneDrive.   Since you told us to go beyond just sync, I'll tell you one of my other favorite features I use a ton, especially even both at work and outside of work. I love using the PDF signing feature from the mobile app. I feel like that's something that not everyone might know about, but it's so, so useful, so you don't have to print something out and sign it.   For folks listening, if you haven't checked that out, you definitely should.   KATY ERLANDSON: And the PDF scan. I think that's my favorite one –   GAIA CARINI: Yeah.   KATY ERLANDSON: My favorite non-sync feature would be the PDF scan.   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, totally, the PDF scan and then sign, both, whether you're using them together or separate, yeah, for sure.   MARK KASHMAN: That's awesome, I – I think I'm mentioning the same feature. I was just going to say, real quickly, my favorite features is on the OneDrive mobile, and it's when using the expense tool. Sometimes you have a receipt that requires it to be in the system, and I use OneDrive religiously because I typically create a folder for each event that I attend, or each travel, and so I collect my PowerPoints and my videos, and all the – kind of the marketing stuff, but then, inevitably, I have a meal out, and I've got my – my folio from the hotel and all those things.   And I immediately as soon – much sooner than later, I will go into OneDrive, navigate through, sometimes through my Add to OneDrive for these next-gen events folder, and I go to the folder of the event, and then I just save it, and you know, I do a – basically a scan, a document scan of the receipt, and it's very easy to give it a name, put it in the right folder, and then I'm ready to put it in the expense tool when I return.   And it does a great job of cropping the receipt, no matter form the – the receipt is in, and it just puts it – you know, again, kind of in the most compliant space for me, OneDrive, and then is very then easy to upload into that expense tool for each expense report.   So thank you for – for building off of Office Lens, but I think taking it to a level of real usability. It's very easy.   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, I agree, the Clutch feature. We don't thank the mobile team enough for that one.   MARK KASHMAN: Yeah, I mean, honestly, whoever did the Office Lens integration did such a nice job because what you described, around PDF markup, the inking capabilities, you know, that's next level. If you haven't ever done that, it really is – there's a lot that you can accomplish, and it's not a hard-to-use feature. It's really friendly.   Well, thank you for giving us a lot to think about, and to kind of answer this Twitter question in a really nice long form to learn about it and more, especially, you know, kind of the – to get your head on where the team is going, and you know, the best ways to navigate through from an IT perspective, for the benefit of end users. I know that you always – you and your teammates always have the customer in mind for the experience, but also for change management. It's very, very – very important.   So thank you both for hopping off of Twitter and coming to the Intrazone.   GAIA CARINI: Yeah, thanks for having us.   KATY ERLANDSON: Yeah, thanks so much.   (Music.)   MARK KASHMAN: Now you know the difference of using the feature Add to OneDrive, what it does, bringing your shared libraries closer to home within your OneDrive domain, easy access, and how it balances the ways that you might adjust, syncing directly from a Teams Site or directly from a Teams' team. Just Add to OneDrive and then you can get all the sync goodness and more.   Always great to hear directly from the product team, and of course, it's based on that feedback that you've got that I want some clarity on how these things work and what they are. So I really appreciate having Gaia and Katy come in and share all of that insight, plus the insights into how they designed the product, going forward, which I think brings a lot of value—I hope—to you, in your use of OneDrive, going forward.   So let's talk about events. I really just have two events and then a little tickler about what I know about is coming in 2023, without some specific dates. But to round out the year, next up, very soon, at the end of November, is the European SharePoint Conference. This is from November 28th to December 1st, in Copenhagen, Denmark, at the Bella Center. There's going to be four Microsoft keynotes, one with Jeff Teper, another with Scott Hanselman. Karuana Gatimu will have a keynote, and then there will be a developer keynote with Vesa Juvonen.   Of course, there are breakout sessions with Microsoft, Microsoft MVPs and community leads. There's "Ask the Experts," which is a really great one-to-one/one-to-few, just individual chat, "I have a question … here's an answer … or here's some feedback, please listen." Those are always great, and I will be doing three of those, and I know my peers across Microsoft and a lot of our MVPs are taking that time to support the ATEs as well.   And at the European SharePoint Conference there's a really fun "Ask Microsoft Anything," with all of the Microsoft speakers in attendance to answer questions with a SharePoint Connect. This is a nice evening event, sponsored by Microsoft, and we're really pleased and privileged to be in Copenhagen to represent our teams, but also to be a part of the community, engaging in Copenhagen.   Literally the next week, in Las Vegas, is the Microsoft 365 Conference. This is from December 6th through the 8th, again, in Vegas. It's co-located with a couple of events, so you'll see a few other events in the same exact location at the MGM Hotel. There are a number of Microsoft keynotes.   You'll first hear from Scott Guthrie, followed by Jeff Teper. You can imagine the value there, with some of the broader leadership across those broad product portfolios of Azure and Microsoft 365. And similar to a lot of great events, it'll dive into then a lot of breakout sessions, workshops, differing ways to engage. There are of course booths and expo halls, and all of that, to get up to speed with what partners offer, and just a lot of time to network, across both these events.   Whether you're in Denmark, whether you're in Nevada, you have really, really nice back-to-back offerings, and the Microsoft 365 Conference is always a really nice event to plug into and get the depth of knowledge you need, and to get answers and provide feedback so that you can have that nice two-way engagement of the community.   So a little teaser ahead into 2023. These aren't really solid dates, but I know that the 365 Educon team has a number of events in 2023, in Washington, DC, in Seattle, in Chicago. There's the European Collaboration Summit. There's of course different events from the Microsoft 365 Conference team, focused on events on the Power Platform. There will be unique moments for things like Viva and Syntex, and of course, expect some of the larger first-party events that Microsoft put son, like Build, Inspire and Ignite, which has already got the data on it.   If you're interested in Ignite, that's November 15th through the 16th, 2023, which feels like a long time from now, but I can already feel that some of the engines internally are warming up into what does that event look like.   So 2023 is certainly going to be a great year for events. It's something that we, in the broad teams that I represent here, just in referencing, very much look forward to, in plugging in, to round up 2022 with ESPC22, and Microsoft 365 Conference, and then gearing up to have a great 2023, of which of course, Chris and I will always keep you informed on every episode with ones that are upcoming.   (Music.)   We want to thank our guests, Gaia and Katy, for being on the show, and for giving us insights about the value and future of Add to OneDrive. So if you haven't ever added to OneDrive, this episode is the encouragement that you needed. It's a really great feature, and we really appreciate having Gaia and Katy on to explain it, and to also give guidance and a little bit of a look ahead.   We encourage you to check out our show page for the links to all of what was discussed today, and more. You can go to aka.ms/theintrazone, and send us your questions, send us your feedback, whether it's to the SharePoint team, or the OneDrive team, or pretty much anybody here at Microsoft. I'll navigate to what it is that you're looking for, as best as I can.   Just email us at theintrazone@microsoft.com, or find us on Twitter @sharepoint, @onedrive and @mkashman with a K. Remember to rate, review and tell all your friends about the show. This really is the way that we hope to get the word even more broad, to anyone that you know, that you work with, friends, peers, partners, customers that would benefit from the knowledge that we aim to share through this show. We hope that you can encourage other people to follow, and of course, you can get this show where you get your other favorite tech podcasts. Thank you so much for listening. I'm your host, Mark Kashman. This has been The Intrazone, a show about the Microsoft 365, add to cart, Intelligent Intranet. END

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop: October 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 31:48 Very Popular


To the echoes of ghostly gasps and looming, deadly fog - the spirit of Halloween cast an eerie shadow this past month. No need to fear. October 2022 brought some great new, welcome offerings: Viva Engage GA, Viva Insights: Focus mode in Teams, Stream (on SharePoint) GA, Excel Live in Teams, OneDrive: Folder backup for macOS, conditional access improvement for Lists for Android, Office app becoming Microsoft 365 app, and more. You'll hear more about Viva Engage and Yammer Storylines that both hit general availability. We also pulled audio from Marc Mroz, Principal product manager from the Stream team, to give you a sense of how video in the flow of work evolved as Stream (on SharePoint) hit general availability this past month. It's a treat full-of-new-tricks Halloween edition. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Marc Mroz | Twitter | LinkedIn SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Learn more about Viva Engage Learn more about Stream (on SharePoint) "Microsoft Ignite 2022 guide to Viva, Syntex, SharePoint, OneDrive, Lists, Stream, Project and more" - updated with on-demand video content links, new section with 25+ links to relevant announcements blogs, and more. "5 hidden gems from Microsoft Ignite 2022" - new Kashbox article about a few hidden gems from Ignite. Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: KM World (Nov.7-10.2022) M365 Chicago (Nov.11.2022) Minnesota M365 Fall 2022 Workshop Day (Nov.18.2022) ESPC22 (Nov.28 - Dec. 1, 2022 | in-person Copenhagen, Denmark) Microsoft 365 Conference (Dec.6-8.2022)   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

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Microsoft Syntex: Content AI in the flow of work

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 74:03 Very Popular


Time to turn the crank on your Syntex knowledge - now an elevated brand and loads of new innovation. Every workday, Microsoft customers add 1.6 billion documents to Microsoft 365. That content is essential to your organization -- carrying knowledge, decisions, and transactions that are vital to the flow of work. Microsoft Syntex, announced this week at Microsoft Ignite 2022 (Oct.12-14.2022), brings the power of content management and AI together to transform the way we work. Join us as we chat with Ian Story, Principal GPM on the Syntex product team and Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Founder of analyst firm, Deep Analysis. This episode of The Intrazone behind the scenes of this exciting new "Content AI" category and solution. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Ian Story (Principal group product manager - Syntex) Twitter | LinkedIn Analyst | Alan Pelz-Sharpe (Founder | Deep Analysis) Twitter | LinkedIn | Website Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Microsoft Syntex | Website | Get started today | Resources | SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Resources: Microsoft Ignite 2022 announcement blog, "Welcome to Microsoft Syntex – Content AI integrated in the flow of work" New Microsoft Mechanics episode: "Introducing Microsoft Syntex | Content AI" with Omar Shahine, CVP - Product management, Microsoft, and Jeremy Chapman, Director, Microsoft product marketing Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Microsoft Ignite (Oct.12-14, 2022; virtual + SCC + six regional "spotlights") North American Cloud Summit (Branson, MO) South Coast Summit (Oct.14-15, 2022; Ageas Bowl, Southampton, UK) CollabDays New England (Oct.22 in-person Burlington, MA at the Microsoft MTC) ESPC22 (Nov.28 - Dec. 1, 2022 | in-person Copenhagen, Denmark) Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

Let's Talk Azure!
S2E13 - Architecting Serverless Applications in Azure/O365

Let's Talk Azure!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 65:12


Episode Notes Alan and Sam discuss how server applications in Azure can help you to more efficiently build applications for your business in a different way to traditional application development. We both take the role of the 'Expert' and give our experiences using these technologies to build applications for our customers.  Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/lets-talk-azure/89c1ccff-2552-44c9-97e0-e4f335a531b7

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The power of the Power Platform

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 50:24 Very Popular


Chris and Mark chat with April Dunnam, Principal cloud advocate on Power Platform Developer Advocacy Team at Microsoft. April is also a Power Platform MVP alumni, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and previously a SharePoint developer out of Tulsa, OK. This episode brings the live Intrazone breakout session from 365 EduCon - Dallas right into your Intrazone ears. We asked April to share insights and best practices for user experiences designed to build 'sticky apps', plus her take on new Power Platform innovations: covering Power Pages, Power Automate: the Pay-as-you-go model, modern commanding, RPA, and governance with 'Managed Environments'. You'll also hear an audio clip from Jeff Teper's keynote about 'collab apps' from the recent Power Platform Conference in Orlando, FL. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. 04:50 Jeff Teper and Vesa Juvonen at Power Platform Conference 10:30 April Dunnam at 365 EduCon Dallas 43:15 Events Social and Info Links: April Dunnam (Principal cloud advocate | Microsoft) | @AprilDunnam | LinkedIn | Low-Code Revolution (show) | Blog Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Power Platform @MSPowerPlat | Blog | Overview Resources: April Dunnam's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/aprildunnam Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: European Cloud Summit (Sept.26-28; Mainz, GE) 365 EduCon - Chicago (Sept.26-30; Chicago, IL) Teams 10x (Virtual Summit; Sept.28-29, 2022) Microsoft Ignite (Oct.12-14, 2022; virtual + SCC + six regional "spotlights") North American Cloud Summit (Branson, MO) South Coast Summit (Oct.14-15, 2022; Ageas Bowl, Southampton, UK) CollabDays New England (Oct.22 in-person Burlington, MA at the Microsoft MTC) Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

#CISOlife
American Airlines Breach Explained | How did American Airlines O365 get hacked? #CISOlife

#CISOlife

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 6:43


A #CISOlife overview of the public information of the recent American Airlines breach by Brian Haugli, CEO, SideChannel. Brian presents an explanation and walk through of how an O365 tenant can be hacked where legacy authentication methods are still available; specifically with IMAP. The info released so far shows a series of steps: American Airlines has a breach of O365 Still using legacy protocol IMAP Microsoft instructs to remove legacy protocols Attacker can pull down all emails Steps to stop this attack --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cisolife/support

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Datacenters - Think globally, act locally

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 41:46


On this episode, Chris and Mark chat with Sean Emam (Principal GPM for all datacenters) and Jon Farmer (our lead datacenter PMM). We highlight news about the recent opening of a new datacenter in Qatar, and the value of operating Microsoft datacenters at scale across various product groups, partners, and ultimately out to customer. You'll hear more about the history and design behind our go local efforts, choosing locations, and the focus on sustainability across all datacenters to enable great business impact, with clean energy and sustainable practices intact at every turn. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Jon Farmer (Director of product marketing – datacenters | Microsoft) | LinkedIn Sean Emam (Principal GPM for all datacenters | Microsoft) | LinkedIn  Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Resources: “Microsoft opens first global datacenter region in Qatar, bringing new opportunities for a cloud-first economy” – press release “New Microsoft datacenter in Qatar” – announcement blog “We live in the cloud” – a virtual tour of Microsoft datacenters “Where your Microsoft 365 data is stored at-rest” - Learn more about Microsoft datacenters worldwide Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: HR Tech (Sept.13-16.2022; Vegas - Mandalay Bay) Microsoft Power Platform Conference (Sept.20-22.2022; Orlando, FL) European Cloud Summit (Sept.26-28; Mainz, GE) 365 EduCon - Chicago (Sept.26-30; Chicago, IL) Teams 10x (Virtual Summit; Sept.28-29, 2022) Microsoft Ignite (Oct.12-14, 2022; virtual + SCC + six regional "spotlights") North American Cloud Summit (Oct.12-14; Branson, MO) South Coast Summit (Oct.14-15, 2022; Ageas Bowl, Southampton, UK)   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

Cyber and Technology with Mike
08 August 2022 Cyber and Tech News

Cyber and Technology with Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 11:00


In today's podcast we cover four crucial cyber and technology topics, including: 1.North Koreans pose as CoinBase, offer fake job, infect candidates 2.Snapchat, American Express abused in redirect attacks 3.Slack resets passwords after flaw exposes salted credentials 4.META exposes two hacking groups abusing Facebook in South Asia I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to  | cyberandtechwithmike@gmail.com

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Get your OKRs on with Viva Goals

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 55:50


Go behind the scenes with the solution that aligns teams to your organization's strategic priorities, driving results and a thriving business. On this episode, Chris and Mark chat with Lucy Hitz (product marketing for Viva Goals) and Kevin Shively (Vice President of marketing for Viva Goals) to celebrate the general availability (GA) for Viva Goals (8/1/2022). We chat about important aspects of product design and development from the acquisition of Ally.io into its evolution as "Viva Goals" within the Microsoft Viva family offered through Microsoft 365, experienced as an app in Microsoft Teams. And we cover how Goals supports visibility and organizational alignment via the use of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) - for individuals, managers, and at the cross-company level.   Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post.   Lucy Hitz (product marketing for Viva Goals) | LinkedIn Kevin Shively (Vice President of marketing for Viva Goals) | LinkedIn | Twitter Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Microsoft Viva | @Microsoft365 | Viva Goals website | Viva community (forum/blogs) SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Provide feedback   Resources: NEW tech community blog post, "Viva Goals is now generally available" by Lucy Hitz (8/1/2022) NEW Microsoft Mechanics show, "Manage objectives and key results with transparency" with Vetri Vellore and Jeremy Chapman (8/1/2022) Viva Goals website + recent on-demand session from Microsoft Inspire: “Microsoft Viva Goals: Now generally available” Viva Goals documentation: "Introduction to Microsoft Viva Goals" (docs.microsoft.com) Microsoft 365 Worklab podcast with Vetri Velore (CVP Goals engineering): "Microsoft's Vetri Vellore on Helping Employees See Their Impact" "OKRs for All: Making Objectives and Key Results Work for your Entire Organization" book by Vetri Velore Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes   Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts   Upcoming Events: 365 EduCon - Dallas (Aug. 8-12, 2022; Dallas, TX) HR Tech (Sept.13-16.2022; Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas, NV) Microsoft Power Platform Conference (Sept.20-22.2022; Orlando, FL) European Cloud Summit (Sept.26-28; Mainz, GE) 365 EduCon - Chicago (Sept.26-30; Chicago, IL) Microsoft Ignite (Oct.12-14; Hybrid) Microsoft Lists workshop [On-demand]   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
PowerShell - from server to service

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 55:03 Very Popular


On this episode, Chris and Mark chat with Todd Klindt (Consultant and Microsoft MVP, Sympraxis Consulting) about the early days of PowerShell, IT Pro benefits over the years, and what it all means for SharePoint, Exchange, Teams and Azure in the cloud. You'll hear more about how and why PowerShell evolved (“Monad”) – why it's CLI & GUI - not CLI vs GUI, recent extensions for admins to automate server and service management – like the concise and aptly named SharePoint Online Management Shell, and powerful PnP PowerShell examples to learn from and use in production. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Todd Klindt - Consultant & Microsoft MVP – Sympraxis Consulting | Twitter: @SympraxisC & @ToddKlindt | LinkedIn | Todd's Website & Blog; both run today on hosted, classic SharePoint Server 2010 :) [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Provide feedback Resources: "Monad" Manifesto v1.2, by Jeffrey P. Snover | “The next generation platform for administrative automation." (Aug.8.2002) "Free Microsoft 365 E5 instant sandbox" (information about ‘dev tenant' subscription) Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Microsoft Inspire 2022 (Virtual) (July.19-20.2022); all sessions now on-demand 365 EduCon - Dallas (Aug. 8-12, 2022) HR Tech (Sept.13-16.2022; Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas, NV) Microsoft Power Platform Conference (Sept.20-22.2022; Orlando, FL) European Cloud Summit (Sept.26-28; Mainz, GE) 365 EduCon - Chicago (Sept.26-30) Microsoft Lists workshop [On-demand]   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Tech therapy with Sue Hanley

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 61:09


Let the knowledge transfer begin! And never stop - with confidence to go, go, go. On this episode, Chris and Mark chat with Sue Hanley (Microsoft MVP, information architect) and her customer, Carol Zollinger (IT Support Technician | Christian Children's Home of Ohio), about identifying problems, drilling in with questions, concerns, etc. to ultimately decide what tech will work, and most importantly: How the tech will be implemented by people, for people. Have a seat on the couch and listen to the wise words of Sue and how she collaborated to point Carol and her team in the right direction. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Sue Hanley - Information architect & Microsoft MVP| Twitter | LinkedIn | Website | Blog Carol Zollinger - IT Support Technician | Twitter | LinkedIn | CCHO.org | @CCHOhio Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Provide feedback Resources: Sue Hanley's governance questions: http://tiny.cc/M365GovQuestions Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Listen and subscribe to other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Gartner Digital Workplace Summit (Jun.21-22; previously planned for in person in San Diego, CA, now being run virtually) Commsverse - Hybrid Work Conference (June.29-30.2022; Mercedes-Benz World, UK) Microsoft Inspire 2022 (Virtual) (July.19-20.2022) 365 EduCon - Dallas (Aug. 8-12, 2022) Microsoft Power Platform Conference (Sept.20-22.2022; Orlando, FL) European Cloud Summit (Sept.26-28; Mainz, GE) 365 EduCon - Chicago (Sept.26-30) Microsoft Lists workshop [On-demand] Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

SMB Community Podcast by Karl W. Palachuk
Jeff Nevins & Josh Wittman - M365 Baselines: Automate and Standard Configurations

SMB Community Podcast by Karl W. Palachuk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 11:22


Host James speaks with Jeff Nevins and Josh Wittman of Simeon Cloud. Jeff has worked in roles ranging from architecture and implementation of complex solutions to building and leading technology organizations. His experience leading teams in software development, cloud engineering, and IT architecture, combined with his passion for automation has led Jeff to found Simeon Cloud, the leading Microsoft 365 configuration management solution. Josh has always been driven by automation and champions the notion that every minute spent doing a repetitive task is a minute not spent growing your business. Josh currently serves as co-founder and chief operating officer of Simeon Cloud. Prior to launching Simeon, Josh worked at American Express, supporting the chief marketing officer with thought leadership and analysis of the company's sponsorships and marketing investments. Josh began his career working in the capital markets. He received his Bachelor of Science in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and surfing along the coast of California.   Microsoft 365 has become a best-in-class solution for SMBs. Companies are rapidly adopting Microsoft's suite of collaboration, productivity, and security tools. However, MSPs have no way of managing their client's tenants in a streamlined or standardized way. Settings and policies are scattered across numerous portals. There is no ability to have a single baseline configuration across portals and tenants. That's where Simeon Cloud comes in. We are the first multi-tenant configuration solution that scales and standardizes the management of M365 tenants. We specialize in automated deployments and ongoing baseline management of O365, Azure AD, and Intune configurations.   Resources and links: https://www.simeoncloud.com/ https://twitter.com/simeoncloud https://www.linkedin.com/company/simeon-cloud/     Sponsor Memo: Huntress  Remember Huntress? The cyber startup that helps MSPs detect footholds and persistent malware? If you haven't checked out their platform recently, it might be time for a fresh look. Over the past two years, Huntress has added a ton of new features and functionality to its managed security platform—including EDR capabilities, a powerful next-gen antivirus, ransomware detection and much much more. The company is on a mission to secure the 99%—those small and mid-market businesses being served by MSPs and IT resellers. Visit huntress.com/mspradio  to learn more about their latest innovations and how they can help you continue growing your security practice. Or, ready to start a free, 21 day trial? Visit huntress.com/mspradio to start today.  

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SharePoint roadmap pitstop: May 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 39:31 Very Popular


May 2022 brought a lot of new tech to Microsoft 365 - lots of SharePoint and related tech goodness: Site template history panel, Microsoft Stream, Section templates, Loop components in Outlook mail (Preview), Admin PowerShell control for Loop components, Inspiration Library in Microsoft Viva Insights, Microsoft Lists, Build 2022 news, and more. We also talk with Marc Mroz from the Microsoft Stream team about the progress and value of "Stream on SharePoint" and dig into the recent player enhancements that landed this month. So get Stream'ing this episode of The Intrazone right away! Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Marc Mroz | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Feedback Resources: Microsoft Stream roadmap article (docs.ms.com): https://aka.ms/streamroadmap "Build collaborative apps with Microsoft Teams" | Build 2022 blog by Jeff Teper Microsoft Lists on Feedback Portal: https://aka.ms/Feedback/Lists Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Scottish Summit (June.10-11.2022; Glasgow) Commsverse - Hybrid Work Conference (June.29-30.2022; Mercedes-Benz World, UK) Microsoft Inspire 2022 (Virtual) (July.19-20.2022) 365 EduCon - Dallas (Aug. 8-12, 2022) Microsoft Power Platform Conference (Sept.20-22.2022; Orlando, FL) Microsoft Lists workshop [now available on-demand] Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Get schooled on Viva Learning

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 48:53


Get ready to be a learn-it-all! On this episode, Chris and Mark chat with their peers from the Microsoft Viva Learning team, Andrea Lum and John Mighell. Viva Learning removes traditional obstacles paving pathways to learning culture success. They cover the demands of "enterprise learning," upskilling within Microsoft Teams, connecting 3rd-party content sources (Coursera, Harvard Business Publishing, Pluralsight, Skillsoft, to name a few), and a peek at what comes next. Time to get schooled on The Intrazone. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Andrea Lum | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] John Mighell | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Provide feedback Microsoft Viva Learning | @Microsoft365 | Website | Viva community blog | Provide feedback "Viva Learning news and feature update" March 8th, 2022 by John Mighell Learn more about Viva Learning: https://aka.ms/VivaLearning Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Build 2022 (May.24-26.2022 | Virtual) Thrive Conference (May.24-25.2022 | Slovenia) Microsoft Inspire 2022 (Virtual) (July 19-20, 2022) 365 EduCon - Dallas (Aug. 8-12, 2022) Microsoft Lists workshop [on-demand] Subscribe to and follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

MSP 1337
Configure and Implement Securely

MSP 1337

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 38:11


What should we talk about this week? I have been back and forth with topics recently that involve getting started with cybersecurity and have moved into vendor management and other areas of focus that all revolve around one key theme... Reducing risks and protecting ourselves and our clients. Join me as I discuss with Charles Love of Showtech Solutions, configurations and implementation of products and services. Where does the responsibility of vendor stop and MSP responsibilities kick in. What is an appropriately secured implementation of O365 or really any product or service that your clients need and you have been tasked with implementing and managing. We don't go down any rabbit holes on this one!

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop - April 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 30:05 Very Popular


April 2022 brought a lot of new tech to Microsoft 365 - lots of SharePoint and related tech goodness: Viva Topics in Outlook for the Web (4:40), Viva Topics insights, Microsoft Stream: Comment on a video or audio file, Create directly from the SharePoint app bar, Microsoft Lists for Android (9:30), Create and manage Power Apps from Microsoft Lists within Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Lists Calendar view: 'Unscheduled' Pane, OneDrive: Access your Teams standard and private channel files, OneDrive: Pin shared libraries to Quick Access, Viva Insights (20:20): Shared focus plans, Microsoft Purview, Bookmarks in New Yammer, Whiteboard files stored in SharePoint, and more. We also hear from two Microsoft Viva product leads - Naomi Moneypenny discuss progress we're seeing with Viva Topics and its latest feature in Outlook, plus insights about Viva Insights from Erik Anderson. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Naomi Moneypenny | Twitter | LinkedIn [guest] Erik Anderson | LinkedIn [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Feedback Resources: Viva Topics in Outlook for the Web click-through demo  Microsoft Purview: Your home for Microsoft 365 compliance solutions .whiteboard files Tweet from Ian Mikutel (Head of Product at Microsoft Whiteboard for Teams and Surface) Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022 | Sweden) Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon (May.4-6.2022 | Virtual) Microsoft Tech Days (May5.2022) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022 | Seattle, WA) Microsoft Ability Summit (May10.2022 | Virtual) @MSFTEnable Build 2022 (May.24-26.2022 | Virtual) Thrive Conference (May.24-25.2022 | Slovenia) Microsoft Lists workshop [now available on-demand] Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Optimizing SharePoint performance

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 45:38


On this episode, we break the sound barrier with Shyam Narayan (Principal Group Product Manager | Microsoft (SharePoint)) about optimizing SharePoint performance. It's all about scale, speed, and reliability of the SharePoint service in Microsoft 365, from page load times to file open/upload/download, and "not waiting for sync." We focused our discussion on all the recent service tweaks and innovations he and team have done to optimize the SharePoint content services platform. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Shyam Narayan | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog | Provide feedback Resources: "Optimizing SharePoint performance in Microsoft 365" [blog] Network planning and performance tuning for Microsoft 365 [documentation] Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and subscribe to other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO)  SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden)  Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon (May.4-6.2022 | Virtual)  Microsoft Tech Days (For developers | May 5th, 13:30-15:30 BST) 365 EduCon - Seattle (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA) (use code: KASHMAN to save $100) Microsoft Build 2022 (May.24-26.2022 | Virtual)    Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Loop, there it is!

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 54:49 Very Popular


On this episode, we get loop'y with Microsoft Loop. We chat with Greg Howard -- Principal product manager for Microsoft Loop and Fluid Framework (Office Experience Organization at Microsoft). Greg takes us through what Loop is - including common use scenarios, how it adds value throughout Microsoft 365, what's out now (Loop components), behind-the-scenes integration work (OneDrive component storage), and insights into what comes next. It's gonna be a Loop-the-loop thrill ride! Hop on. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: Greg Howard | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host]  SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog  Resources: Main Microsoft Loop product page: https://aka.ms/Loop Announcement blog: "Microsoft Office—Transforming for the hybrid world" [scroll to the 'Introducing Microsoft Loop. Think, plan, create--together' segment] "Overview of Loop components in Teams" (doc.microsoft.com) Greg Howard on the February 2022 #MSLUG chat Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO)  SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden)  Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon (May.4-6.2022 | Virtual)  365 EduCon - Seattle (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA)  (use code: KASHMAN to save $100) Microsoft Build 2022 (May.24-26.2022 | Virtual)  Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop - March 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 20:57


March 2022 brought a lot of new tech to Microsoft 365 - lots of SharePoint and related tech goodness: Top news in Viva Connections dashboard, Focus plans in Viva Insights, SharePoint Syntex: Content assembly, Microsoft Teams Connect "Shared channels", co-authoring MIP content on mobile, Managed metadata column in SharePoint document libraries, new Lists templates, Yammer dark mode, and more. We also hear from Arun Das, principal product manager helping to bring Microsoft Teams Connect "Shared Channels" to market (currently in public preview). Arun highlights several scenarios Teams Connect was designed to address - across internal and external users, with multiple content types, and the value of governance to manage and control it all from an IT perspective. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Arun Das | LinkedIn [guest] Resources: "Seamless external collaboration with Microsoft Teams Connect using Shared Channels" Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Document Strategy Forum (DSF) 2022 (April 4-6.2022, Chicago, IL) Microsoft 365 Conference (in-person, Apr.5-7.2022, Las Vegas, NV) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO) SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA) Microsoft Lists workshop [available now on-demand]   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

Office Explorers
Episode 038: Microsoft Teams with Zack M.

Office Explorers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 26:00


Dropping into your podcast app just in time for some weekend listening! Rob and Taylor come back to a topic that hadn't been a focus of the podcast for [checks notes] no, really? 3 years? It's time to talk Teams again, friends. Join your hosts as they sit down with the MBG's Zack Marinelli to talk about where Teams has been and where it's going and stick around to say bon voyage to great friend of the show.

Make Others Successful
Should You Hire In House for Office 365 Help?

Make Others Successful

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 46:52


Our focus today is around hiring consultants to help you with initiatives in your organization. Should you be looking for a company/expert to help? Should you hire someone on your team internally? And what information do you need in order to make this decision? We're going to target Office 365 today, but a lot of this thinking is “agnostic” to the specific technology. And full disclosure, we offer O365 services, but this podcast isn't about us, it's about helping you find your way when you have business goals that may require some technology behind the effort. So please enjoy the conversation between Matt Dressel, Mike Bodell, and Mitch Herrema.

The Intrazone by Microsoft
FastTrack'ing Viva, SharePoint, and OneDrive

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 58:51


On this episode, Chris and Mark cover all things FastTrack - Microsoft's program to help customers move comfortable to the Microsoft 365 cloud. speak with Lora Moynihan from the FastTrack team and Mike Hollingshead from the SharePoint team - representing scale use and adoption motions on the product engineering side. And then we chat with Alejandro Lopez who sits on the frontline with our customers once they are engaged with the FastTrack program. We discuss the best ways to engage FastTrack, some tips and tricks specific to OneDrive, SharePoint, and Viva - knowing that FastTrack holistically covers all of Microsoft 365. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog  Lora Moynihan | LinkedIn [guest] Mike Hollinshead | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Alejandro Lopez | LinkedIn [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host]  FastTrack | Site | Twitter | LinkedIn | Resource hub Resources: FastTrack: https://www.microsoft.com/FastTrack Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Enterprise Connect (Mar.21-24.2022, Orlando, FL) Teams Nation 2022 (Mar.23.2022) CollabDays - Cologne (Mar.2022 - no specific day announced yet) Document Strategy Forum (DSF) 2022 (April 4-6.2022, Chicago, IL) Microsoft 365 Conference (in-person, Apr.5-7.2022, Las Vegas, NV) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO) SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA) Microsoft Lists workshop [available now on-demand] Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop February 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 29:31


February 2022 continued strong in Microsoft 365 with numerous SharePoint and related tech goodness: Updated My feed web part, Viva Topics integration with SharePoint Syntex taxonomy, new Microsoft Graph connectors, channel and folder rename between Teams and SharePoint, Microsoft 365 connected templates, OneDrive sync for macOS, and more. We talk with Raju Nagalinga - principal program manager at Microsoft focused on Microsoft Graph connectors in connection to Microsoft Search. Raju talks more about two new connectors for Jira and Confluence, plus the broader ways to connect your various content sources for a holistic end user search results experience. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Click here for a transcript of this episode.    Social and Info Links: SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Raju Nagalinga | Twitter | LinkedIn [guest]   Resources: Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts   Upcoming Events: Enterprise Connect (Mar.21-24.2022, Orlando, FL) Teams Nation 2022 (Mar.23.2022) CollabDays - Cologne (Mar.2022 - no specific day announced yet) Document Strategy Forum (DSF) 2022 (April 4-6.2022, Chicago, IL) Microsoft 365 Conference (in-person, Apr.5-7.2022, Las Vegas, NV) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO) SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA)   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

7 Minute Security
7MS #509: Creating Kick-Butt Credential-Capturing Phishing Campaigns - Part 4

7 Minute Security

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 34:55


Today we revisit our phishing series with a few important updates that help us run our campaigns more smoothly, such as creating a simple but effective fake O365 portal, and being aware that some email systems may "pre-click" malicious links before users ever actually do.

Office Explorers
Episode 037: SharePoint with Oliver

Office Explorers

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 27:46


It's that time of year again. Taylor and Rob are joined by The MBG's Oliver Bartholdson for what's become an annual tradition: The February SharePoint Episode! Come on in and see what has Oliver (and the Office Explorers team) excited about SharePoint this year.

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Lists for everyone

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 53:45


Have you heard? You can now sign into Microsoft Lists with your Microsoft account (MSA) - now in preview: lists.live.com. This is a lightweight version of the Microsoft Lists app designed for small business and individual use in conjunction with your MSA. In this episode, we talk with Miceile Barrett and Ben Truelove from the Lists engineering and design teams respectively. We discuss the innerworkings of the what, how, and why of the service and primary design elements that make it easy and powerful to track and manage information no matter what size the team - in work or life. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Miceile Barrett - Senior product manager | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Ben Truelove - Principal designer | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] #MicrosoftLists (Twitter) Resources: Sign up and try the Microsoft Lists - MSA Preview: https://lists.live.com "Try Microsoft Lists with your Microsoft account (MSA)" (Preview launch blog) Get to know the Microsoft Lists - MSA Preview (demo video) Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: CollabDays - Bletchley Park, England (Feb.23.2022) + @CollabDays_Park Enterprise Connect (Mar.21-24.2022, Orlando, FL) Teams Nation 2022 (Mar.23.2022) CollabDays - Cologne (Mar.2022 - no specific day announced yet) Document Strategy Forum (DSF) 2022 (April 4-6.2022, Chicago, IL) Microsoft 365 Conference (in-person, Apr.5-7.2022, Las Vegas, NV) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO) SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA) Microsoft Lists workshop on-demand Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

YusufOnSecurity.com
53 - Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS)

YusufOnSecurity.com

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 32:38


In this episode I will delve into the vulnerability measuring and scoring metrics, the subsets of those and the why and how these are used. An important knowledge to be had if you are responsible of security pertaining to a SOC/RISK or Security teams.In addition, we will recap other top trending security news including:-ESET antivirus bug leads to system privilege gain.-O365 and Azure AD were target of billions of brute-force attacksHere are useful resources related to this episode:-https://support.eset.com: Local privilege escalation vulnerability fixed in ESET products for windows-https://www.bleepingcomputer.com: ESET antivirus bug let attackers gain windows system privileges- https://news.microsoft.com: Cyber Signal- https://www.zdnet.com: Strong authentication protects against phishing so why aren't more people using it - https://www.kennasecurity.com/blog: Vulnerability scores and risk scores- https://www.first.org: CVSS- https://www.recordedfuture.com: CVSS scoresguideBe sure to subscribe!If you like the content. Follow me @iayusuf or read my blog at [https://yusufonsecurity.com](https://yusufonsecurity.com/)You will find a list of all previous episodes in there too.

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop January 2022

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 33:09


January 2022 kicked us off right in Microsoft 365 with a slew of SharePoint and related tech goodness: Microsoft Editor in SharePoint pages, Viva Topics topic card improvements, SharePoint navigation switcher, conversation search in Office.com and SharePoint, migration updates, Microsoft Lists: Board view, Power BI for libraries, new library drop-down menu, Lists in the SharePoint app bar, and more. Mark also chats with Yogesh Ratnaparkhi - Microsoft principal program manager focused on migration of files and folder into Microsoft 365. We chat about progress on Migration Manager in the SharePoint admin center, recent updates with the SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT), and highlight some of the key organizing and scheduling capabilities now available to admins. It's a packed half hour, and you'll find yourself more informed at the end. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. Social and Info Links: SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | UserVoice Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Yogesh Ratnaparkhi | LinkedIn [guest] Resources: Sign up and try the Microsoft Lists - MSA Preview Read and review the free ClearBox 'Intranet and Employee Experience Platforms 2022' Visit the Microsoft Viva adoption center within adoption.microsoft.com Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: CollabDays - Bletchley Park, England (Feb.23.2022) + @CollabDays_Park Enterprise Connect (Mar.21-24.2022, Orlando, FL) Teams Nation 2022 (Mar.23.2022) CollabDays - Cologne (Mar.2022 - no specific day announced yet) Document Strategy Forum (DSF) 2022 (April 4-6.2022, Chicago, IL) Microsoft 365 Conference (in-person, Apr.5-7.2022, Las Vegas, NV) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO) SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA)   Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

Scheiss Technik!!!
ST041 - Dokumentenscanner & Dokumentenmanagement im Homeoffice (und ein bisschen IKEA)

Scheiss Technik!!!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 49:23


Heute reden wir über das Thema Dokumentenmanagement im SmartHome und Homeoffice mit einem nicht ganz so kleinen Rant über IKEA. Brother  ADS 2800W Dokumentenscanner synOCR (OCR bzw. Texterkennung) in PDFs für die Synology NAS Systeme Hyperbackup für die Synology NAS Automatisierung mit NextCloud Synology DiskStation als NAS Lidl Plus Unsere Facebook-Gruppen: SmartHome-Gruppe Apple iPhone Apple Computer & Mac OS Microsoft 365 (O365)

Insights for IT Negotiations
Microsoft FY22 Q2 Earnings: Impressive Cloud Revenue Growth

Insights for IT Negotiations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 13:21


Microsoft once again beat analyst expectations, posting FY22 Q2 total revenue of $51.7B. Their success is being driven by the Microsoft Cloud (which includes Azure, O365, LinkedIn, Dynamics 365, Power Apps, and other cloud solutions). When selling their cloud solutions to enterprise customers, Microsoft will continue to pitch a “One Microsoft' approach with the ultimate goal of getting them to use as many pieces of the Microsoft Cloud as possible. It is also clear that Microsoft will remain focused on leveraging their premium security, compliance, voice, and analytics solutions to get enterprise customers to move to the more robust (and costly) M365 E5. In this podcast, Microsoft Practice Leader, Adam Mansfield, discusses how Microsoft's focus on selling as many pieces of the Microsoft Cloud as possible will provide an opportunity for customers to optimize their go-forward commercial relationship and overcome Microsoft price increases coming in March 2022. Host: Adam Mansfield: https://bit.ly/3rPGp8r Microsoft Commercial Advisory Services: https://bit.ly/2V78ADX

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Architecting Adelaide

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 45:13


Ready to tap into the wisdom of the Southern Hemisphere? It's time to audibly travel to Australia for architect-level SharePoint guidance. On this episode, we hear from three IT Pro experts from the Aussie community – specifically the Adelaide Microsoft IT Pro Community: Brett Moffet (Cireson), Matt Cline (Data#3), and Andrew O'Young (Subnet). You'll hear their approach to solutions – from managing a hybrid deployment, to migrating to the cloud at scale, and recommendations for IT Pros “to learn more and get certified.” You'll walk away with a nice set of new best practices, opinions, and three new mates. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post.   SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Mark Kashman | @mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty | @cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Brett Moffett | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Matt Cline | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Andrew O'Young | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Resources: Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Planned events in 2022: Enterprise Connect (Mar.21-24.2022, Orlando, FL) Teams Nation 2022 (Mar.23.2022) CollabDays - Cologne (Mar.2022 - no specific day announced yet) DSF22 (April 4-6.2022, Chicago, IL) Microsoft 365 Conference (in-person, Apr.5-7.2022, Las Vegas, NV) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29, Denver, CO) SEF 2022 (planned for in-person with a few sessions delivered virtually, May.4-5.2022, Sweden) 365 EduCon (May.9-12.2022, Seattle, WA)   Listen to and follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint roadmap pitstop December 2021

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 20:20


December 2021 rounded our year of SharePoint and related tech goodness: Azure Active Directory Dynamic Groups for SharePoint audience targeting, create and manage verticals in Microsoft Search, Microsoft Lists lookup columns, the ability to manage Teams and channel connected team sites in the SharePoint admin center, markup ink for photos stored in OneDrive and SharePoint, Microsoft Loop components in Teams chats, and more. Mark also notes five SharePoint resolutions for 2022, plus an audible "Ode to SharePoint". 2021 is in our rearview mirror, with 2022 poised and ready to bring much improvement and innovation to the Microsoft 365 intelligent intranet. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Mark Kashman | @mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty | @cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Resources: "Goodnight Subsites" - an admin's tale co-authored by Susan Hanley and Mark Kashman, illustrated by Rebecca Jackson. Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Listen to and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: SEF 2022 (Jan.11-12.2022) Teams Nation 2022 (Marc.23.2022) Microsoft 365 Conference (again in Vegas Apr.5-7.2022) AIIM 2022 (Apr.27-29 in Denver, CO) 365 EduCon - Seattle (May.9-12.2022) 365 EduCon - Dallas (formerly SP Fest) (Aug.8-12.2022) Listen to and follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Reemergence of in-person events

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 21:37


This is a retrospective perspective episode based on three recent in-person tech events: 1) The European Collaboration Summit in Düsseldorf, Germany, 2) the Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference in Vegas, and 3) 365 EduCon event in DC (formerly SharePoint Fest). We hear from Spencer Harbar (one of the EU Collab Summit leads), and Mark shares both first- and third-person thoughts on seeing others face-to-face to share and listen. Oh, to roam the conference halls, coffee chats, solution building in the expo with partners - plus a little SWAG. Explore the tactical notion of once again meeting others, training others, and getting feedback with smiles "in person" - after 2+ years. This episode is a glimpse into recent stirrings of the best community in tech. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Mark Kashman | @mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty | @cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Spencer Harbar | LinkedIn | Twitter [guest] Highlighted events: European Collaboration Summit (Nov.29 - Oct. 1.2021; in Dusseldorf, Germany) Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference - Vegas (Dec.7-9.2021; Las Vegas, NV (MGM Grand)) 365 EduCon - DC (formerly SP Fest) (Dec.12-16.2021; Washington D.C., US (Walter E Washington Convention Center)) Resources: Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Listen and subscribe to other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Planned in-person events in 2022: Microsoft 365 Conference (again in Vegas Apr.5-7.2022) 365 EduCon - Seattle (May.9-12.2022) 365 EduCon - Dallas (formerly SP Fest) (Aug.8-12.2022) European Cloud Summit in Mainz, DE (Sept.22-28.2022) 365 EduCon - Chicago (Sept.26-30.2022) North American Collaboration Summit in Branson, MO (Oct.12-14.2022) European SharePoint Conference 2022 returns live and in-person in Copenhagen (Nov.28-Dec.1.2022) Listen to and follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop November 2021

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 35:41


November 2021 brought lots of great SharePoint and related tech releases: Microsoft Viva GA, private drafts for SharePoint news and pages, Embed web part for SharePoint spaces, SharePoint Framework (SPFx) v1.13, SharePoint admin center: Manage channel sites, Microsoft Lists: Fast and offline, updated site creation experience, Microsoft Feedback for OneDrive and SharePoint, and more – plus new disclosures from Microsoft Ignite. We also chat with Andrey Esipov, principal program manager on the SharePoint team working to make Microsoft Lists, OneDrive and other technologies fast and available for offline work. Andrey shares more about 'Project Nucleus' and how it combines Progressive Web App (PWA) tech with the new Microsoft.SharePoint.exe component. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Andrey Esipov | LinkedIn [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman | Kashbox blog [host] Resources: “Building fast, offline-capable Microsoft 365 web applications” by Andrey Esipov Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft 365 public roadmap Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Upcoming Events: European Collaboration Summit (Nov.29 - Oct. 1.2021) Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference - Vegas (Dec.7-9.2021) 365 EduCon - DC (formerly SP Fest) (Dec.12-16.2021) 365 EduCon - Dallas (formerly SP Fest) (Jan.31-Feb.4.2021) Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone Listen and follow to other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts

CiberClick
News ClickCiber - T7X13 - Teletrabajo, O365 y TECNATOM

CiberClick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 51:45


Noticias, gracias a Netskope. Ciberpíldora, con Allot: TELETRABAJO. Monográfico, con Forcepoint: O355 Entrevista con Consuelo Fernández, CISO de Tecnatom. Concurso de Trend Micro.

MSP 1337
O365 Cybersecurity Tips and Tricks

MSP 1337

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 38:35


We have all had an opportunity to work with a Microsoft product or two in our careers. This week I sit down with Charles Love to recap some recent O365 challenges we both faced and better prepared for future migrations, upgrades, and enhancements. Cybersecurity and O365 don't play nice out of the gate with each other, but that doesn't mean we can't get it locked down appropriately. We cover licenses and product types as pertains to different compliance frameworks and regulations. We discuss MX Records and DNS Monitoring, and we get into some of the security defaults that often get overlooked when an MSP onboard a client that already has O365 in place.

SaaSOps Leaders With David Politis
Episode 4 - Rick Heil, VP of Information Technology at MERGE

SaaSOps Leaders With David Politis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 52:29


BetterCloud CEO David Politis talks with Rick Heil, Vice President of Technology at MERGE. They talk about how his drive-time radio and Apple Retail experience helped him land his first job in IT (3:15), the challenges of acquiring a company and moving from O365 to Google Workspace during the pandemic (22:16), and how much SaaS has changed things in the years since Heil ran a mail server on a single Mac Pro (38:15). To learn more about how BetterCloud can help you discover, manage, and secure your SaaS apps, please visit www.bettercloud.com. To learn more about SaaSOps, please visit www.saasops.com.

The CyBUr Guy Podcast
The CyBUr Guy Ep 41: Kaseya Ransomware Attack, Antivirus doesn't work, an the GRU.Cyber badness abounds.

The CyBUr Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 23:44


In this podcast, I discuss the recent ransomware attack that hit 1000 companies, discuss how technology is likely not the solution most hope it is, and talk about the GRU attacks on O365.  Give a listen, tell a friend. Fell free to email me at darren@thecyburguy.com or find me at linkedin.com/in/darrenmott.

Martin Uncut
Jun 30 - Another Email App - AirMail

Martin Uncut

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 13:14


Back in Ep 74 – April 19 – Working with emails I talked about an email application called MailMate. It is a small stand alone emailing application that I have been using for the last 2 and something months. Yesterday the trial ended – there must be something wrong with that counter since 18 of April to 28 of June is way more than 30 days. But I don't complain. Before I decide which app to use I wanted to try out some other ones as well. One of these are AirMail and that is what I will talk about today. AirMail is a small Mac OS, iPad OS and iOS mail client. You can use it for free on iOS and iPad OS but to also use it on the desktop you need to subscribe. You get 3 days trial if you jump on a monthly plan. I did and my plan is now to run the application for two months as a trial. As I have been talking about in the past, I have a lot of email accounts. I may not be getting so much email on them – but it is a pain to check them all. I usually do that with different browsers and different browser profile in Brave to keep the sessions (especially for Office 365) separated. I prefer to not be working with emails in the browser since I find my self to easily distracted. I will be running the application on both MacOS and iOS – and the experience seems to be quite similar. Here are some things I find quite interesting with the applications:Multiple AccountsAs many stand alone applications it is possible to add multiple accounts. I have added Google and standard IMAP accounts so far. It is left to also add a couple of O365 accounts (if allowed) so that I can a full email overview. There is a few things here that I really liked. It will store the email account settings and sync them over iCloud. That means that it is super fast to setup the accounts on both my laptop and in my iPhone – the only thing I need to do is to authenticated since the password (or token) is not stored on iCloud. It is possible to give each account a color. When you look in the combined Inbox it is super easy to see what email belongs to what account. A small but nice feature.Smart MailboxesJust as with MailMate it is possible to setup smart mailboxes. And I use that to get an overview of what I have stored in my “Action Support” and “Waiting For Support” folders to quickly get an understanding of what I need to do or what I am waiting for. I talk a bit more in detail about this in Ep 74.Nice looking UIThis is maybe not the most important feature for an application but it never hurts. It is a beautiful application. On both systems. The normal user interface is quite bare with only a few buttons and functions available. But it is highly configurable. This makes it really powerful. The down side is that the configuration pane is huge. So much settings.TemplatesMaybe not something I will use a lot on the Mac since I use Keyboard Maestro to do text expansion. But on iOS I probably will be using it more. Just as you would expect, you can create text templates that you insert into your emails. Save time and brain power to fix standard type of emails.EditingYou have a range of choices to edit your emails. Both a HTML/WYSIWYG editor that seems nice and simple to use. But, if you want to, you can also create your emails with Markdown. This was one of the feature I really liked with MailMate – but I also realised most of my emails are quite simple and plain text will do fine. For me this isn't a killer feature anymore.SharingYou can interact with a lot of applications from AirMail. The ones I will do to start off with is OmniFocus, DevonThink, Drafts and Bear. Probably in that order when it comes to how much as well. But there are many more application that it is possible to work with. The opportunities here are huge compared to MailMate. This works on both platforms. This is still something I haven't used too much yet so it will be great to understand how well it works in reality. One thing that is super interesting is to see if it manage to get “Deep-linking” between OmniFocus and AirMail – e.g. when linking a task to an email to find the references. There is so many more features in here that I need to explore. I really hope it does work as well as it looks like and that it isn't just surface. The price for a month is just shy of $3/month or $10/year. And then you get a pro for all your devices. To use it on your MacOS desktop you must have pro. On your devices it work, but is limited, for free. I will have an episode with a more in depth review sometime in august when I have gotten some mails through the system.

The Executive Appeal
S1/E22: 2021 Unsung Heroes of Federal Service, Team Hero - Arthur, Kathy, & Stacy

The Executive Appeal

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 43:40


Name: Arthur Allen (arthur.allen@va.gov) Short Bio: Arthur Allen is an infrastructure Project Manager in Service, Delivery Management section of VA's IT Operations and Service division within DevSecOps of OIT. He has been with the Department of Veterans Affairs since June 2015. He has led a diverse team of IT professional responsible for the implementation of several enterprise-wide infrastructure projects (SCCM – 2012, Google Chrome-Pexip, ITSM Tool [ServiceNow] EHRM Facilities Server Room (Data Center) Assessment/Remediation and Microsoft Teams). These projects satisfied two of VA's strategic principles, namely, Innovation and Teamwork. At the same time, the projects satisfied three of OIT's Strategic Imperatives specifically providing Exceptional Customer Service, IT Modernization, and Seamless and Secure Interoperability. Arthur is a retired U.S. Air Force Officer that can claim he enjoyed his Atlantic crossing aboard the USS Cape St. George while training Navy CIC personnel. His favorite hobbies are traveling, photography, and jazz music. Name: Kathy Lipkea-Durkop Short Bio: Kathy Lipkea-Durkop is an Implementation Manager with the Service Management and Planning (SMP), Service Delivery Management (SDM), National Implementation Management Team. Ms. Lipkea-Durkop has been with the Department of Veterans Affairs since April 1991. She worked several administrative positions before joining the Office of Information Technology (OIT) in February 1998. Her 23 years of OIT experience ranges from VistA Application Support, System Analyst, Deputy Facility Chief Information Officer, Former Region 2 OIT Project Manager to her current position. She has led the implementation of several enterprise-wide infrastructure projects to include VA Applications Consolidated Servers (VACS), Microsoft Teams, and the Real Time Location System (RTLS). The Microsoft Teams implementation fulfilled VA's strategic principles, namely, Innovation and Teamwork. Name: Stacy Washington Short Bio: Stacy Washington is a Manager, Technology Consulting Group (TCG) in VA National TeleStroke Program.  She has been with the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) since August 2007.  She has led diverse teams responsible for the implementation of several enterprise-wide infrastructure projects the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and as a Project Manager with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Office of Healthcare Transformation (OHT).  OHT is a program office in the Office of the Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Health (PDUSH) and provides the USH | PDUSH with program management, healthcare systems engineering, and strategic implementation services.  She led the successful migration of VA Pulse Social Platform to Microsoft Office 365 (O365) and SharePoint Online (SPO) and provided custom MS Teams and SharePoint Online (SPO) training to the VA employees.  She demonstrates the VA's ICARE core values and characteristics on each Project using her interpersonal skills to include my ability to resolve potentially difficult situations, which reduced resistance to change. Her favorite hobbies are traveling, cooking, and DIY projects.

Last Week in .NET
The NSA requests you patch your stuff

Last Week in .NET