In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke talk Microsoft collaboration systems, specifically: SharePoint and OneDrive. To oversimplify their thoughts, inspired by the recently released Document Circle of Life in Office 365, the two ultimately agree that SharePoint is for co-authoring and publishing, while OneDrive is for individuals working on individual content — but there’s always more to it than any simplification can properly document.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke review some recent SCOTUS decisions, dabble in politics, and discuss the probability of the Machine’s taking over the world through civil debate and mind control.
Today’s source material, and a few others mentioned in passing, are found below:
SCOTUS says your privacy data is yours – go get a warrant —
SCOTUS says it’s a State’s right to tax your internet purchase —
EU Article 13 wants to block your meme – or something like that —
The GitHub 100 say “It’s us or ICE” —
IBM’s Project Debater AI changes your mind – and here come the machines —
Microsoft aquires FlipGrid —
Microsoft publishes open research data sets
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke catch up after a multi-month hiatus with Jay’s move, and newborn son, and Craig’s new job and summer plans. And they discuss their goals for the podcast and how hard it can be to find the motivation to record, edit, and release this. So thank you for putting up with us as we try to rebuild our cadence!
In technology they discuss news out of the SharePoint conference, GitHub, a sunken data center, Project Maven, WWDC, GDPR and those pesky privacy policies. They also put out a call for someone to help them understand what Apple has been doing for the past 5+ years – I mean, really, what’s iNew?
today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke continue the Cloud Series with a focus on a four phase migration process: Discovery, Assessment, Pilot, and Execution. They even touch on the importance of user acceptance testing and automated governance to support end-user buy-in. Throughout each of these phases, Jay and Craig provide real-world customer examples which showcase the importance for each phase.
Recorded March 3, 2018, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke continue the Cloud Series by diving into the importance of a proper readiness assessment when considering a move to the cloud. Primary categories of discussion included cloud viability for business and legacy applications, up-front and hidden costs, brand and type of cloud (such as brands, private vs multi-tenant, and data segregation options), governance, and migration preparedness.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke introduce a new series of upcoming episodes around Security and Compliance in the Cloud. We know the cloud offers the combined resources and finances of hundreds of thousands of organizations, but why does that give it a chance to be more secure than your on premises infrastructure? And what considerations do you need to keep in mind when you plan your move? In the coming weeks we will dig into each of the topics discussed today.
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.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, November 16, 2017, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke discuss SPTechCon, Cognitive Services, Compliance and GDPR, Salesforce and Google, Kaspersky Software, and the great Redwood Forests.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke talk about Google Directed Interconnects for Google Cloud enterprise users, Zapiers’ new “team” plan, and a Russian AI bot that continues to prove you can’t teach a bot by reading the internet comments without expecting the worst of the worst.