In this episode, Hunter and I review a bit about how we got here, from careers to kindness. We thank you for sticking with us through this past 19 episodes and hope you have enjoyed these conversations as much as we have.
#TeamsDayOnline – Viva Insights and Business Productivity
This presentation was presented by Craig Jahnke and Jay Leask at Teams Day Online, Thursday, November 18, 2021. In this session, Microsoft’s lead Customer Engineer for the Workplace Analytics platform and AvePoint’s productivity and M365 strategic lead for Public Sector will show end-users how these tools surface in Microsoft Teams to enable a culture of self-improvement and productivity through an understanding of personal and company analytics.
Announcing M365 Below in Chicago, January 22, 2022
Returning for our 3rd Virtual M365 Chicago conference, we are pleased to announce M365 Below in Chicago, a virtual event taking place on January 14, 2022. Submit now to our Call for Speakers, or simply register and join us for a day of knowledge sharing!
M365Cabo – The Modern Workplace Architecture is Flat!
This presentation was presented by Joy Apple and Jay Leask at M365 Friday Cabo San Lucas #M365Cabo, Friday, November 11, 2021. #M365Cabo was a unique hybrid conference in which both English and Spanish-speaking presenters shared content both virtually and joined together in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to present to a virtual audience of over 500 registrants.
#OTSTWIT Viva Insights with Stephanie Donahue – Episode 38
This week Jay & Craig are joined by Stephanie Donahue, founder of The PAIT Group and Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, to discuss Viva Insights. Often confused as a “big brother” tool, enabling organizations to see what their employees are doing with their time; Viva Insights is designed to make those very statistics more generalized,… Continue Reading →
#OTSTWIT What’s New in Teams? October 2021 Edition – Episode 37
This Week in Teams, Craig and Jay jump into the October 2021 Microsoft Teams Team product blog where ALL the goodies that were announced for commercial and US Government tenants. We jumped into the Government announcements first, because Jay wanted to and because for the first time in forever, there seem to be a lot of them. We discussed how often times the Government tenants feel left behind in all the great teams news, but now it seems Microsoft is trying hard for speedier delivery times. Then we jumped through all of the end-user focused features, and a few management features, throughout the commercial tenants.