Microsoft Teams is Captain Marvel, SharePoint is Captain America. Do you agree? Who is your M365 Iron Man? The Hulk? On this episode of This Week in Teams, Jay and I talked with Oluwatosin Anishere (Tosi), a technical consultant for Wragby Business Solutions. Technologies in Nigeria. She specialize in Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft 365, also a Microsoft certified trainer. In this episode Tosi tells us who are her M365 Marvel superheroes.
This Week in Teams, Craig and Jay jump into the April 2021 Microsoft Teams Team product blog where ALL the goodies that were announced for commercial and US Government tentants
In this episode, Craig and Jay discuss the top 12 Gifts of Teams – oh – we cover 12 categories of Teams with a recap some of the top releases of 2020, mixed with some of the classic features of #MicrosoftTeams and why they’re still so important
This Week in Teams Craig and Jay review the November 2020 “What’s New in Teams” blog and tell you what (we think) is most important! We’ll also tell you a little about why PowerApps is insanely cool, and maybe update you on our Christmas decorations.
Jay and Craig talked about of the newest features rolling out, or soon to be rolling out for the Microsoft Teams platform from Lists to Breakout Rooms to Meeting Publishing and Ignite. There’s a lot to unpack, This Week in Teams.
This week Jay and Craig talked about some important considerations around managing your Teams, such as: naming conventions, team creation, managing membership, and the ever popular guest accesses vs. external users.
This showed up in our inbox today for our Office 365 Tenant: Organization: ON THE SPOT We’re making it easier to share and join private teams in Microsoft Teams Major update: General Availability rollout started Applied to: All customers Starting March 23, 2018, private teams will be searchable in Microsoft Teams. This feature update will… Continue Reading →
Recorded November 30, 2017, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke journey from Microsoft’s announcement that Delve is Dead (or at least the functionality is going to be integrated elsewhere) to Amazon’s AI consulting program, from Apple’s “I am Root” issue to IoT child-proofing, until we end presenting a perspective on all the Net Neutrality “hype” that neither of us really agree with.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke discuss Thanksgiving, SharePoint Saturday Chicago and MIcrosoft Teams, but mostly this is an introductory discussion on Net Neutrality and how the FCC’s recent announcement will effect your life.