In this episode of This Week in Teams, Jay and Craig talk about the new releases feature updates from Microsoft for January 2022. They talked about how, due to the holiday season, it seemed like there were few exciting announcements, they then proceeded to talk for 25+mintues.
Buzzkill & This Week in Teams cohost Jay Leask joined the SPFest team as they brought the #365EduCon brand to Washington DC. Headlined by Microsoft’s Teams & Adoption SME Karuana Gatium, 365 EduCon DC was two years in the making as SPFest DC was delayed twice due to the pandemic. Much of the content was geared toward a US Federal Government who, prior to COVID, was very hesitant to take to someone else’s computer (i.e., the Cloud). Many of these federal agencies quickly found themselves jumping into Microsoft’s SaaS collaboration platform, so while two years ago we assumed this conference would be heavily focused on on-premises content, we found a great deal of interest in the cloud and much less on older platforms.
In this episode of Buzzkill, Thomas Heinz joins Hunter and Jay to continue the identity discussion. This time, we dig in and talk about the importance of MFA and even uncover a little of the mystery of why it often feels like we’re either getting constant requests for an MFA check or following no distinguishable pattern.
Either way, Thomas, Jay, and Hunter dig deep on this one and try to keep this as non-technical as possible while deep diving into a highly technical topic. Join us, and let us know what questions you have so we can get you answers!
In this episode, Ryen Macababbad, Microsoft America’s Lead for Customer Architecture and Engineering, breaks security down to the basics with the CIA Triad – Confidentiality, Integrity, Security.
As agencies begin to transition to Microsoft Teams and other cloud collaboration systems, they must also start to answer some tough questions about the intersection between adoption, security, and collaboration. In this session, we will discuss some of the pitfalls agencies must consider and both native and third-party solutions to work around these potential roadblocks.
This week on Buzzkill we talk about Identity Management and its relationship to the modern IT infrastructure with we Stephanie Donahue – a Microsoft MVP and Regional Director and the President at PAIT Group. This conversation is an excellent summary of Identity security and how things have changed, especially with a transition to the cloud.
Day 2 was kicked off by details around Microsoft Viva followed by seemingly small details around Power Platform and Power BI (such as Excel Online’s integration with Power BI pivot tables and object-level security), Lists (offline mode, what!), and Dynamics (see the Day 1 Webinars announcement) — all of which are major features, but seemingly small compared to the Mixed Reality scenes of Mesh.
Martina Grom, M365 MVP and Regional Director, and CEO of atwork gmbh, joins the This Week In Teams podcast to talk about Microsoft Ignite Day 1 and the likely direction that the vision presented during this conference points Microsoft. We discuss the incredible and unusual mixed reality keynotes, shared channels, presentation modes, webinars, and Teams Meeting overflow, but we also talk about engagement, adoption, and the importance of planning when working in a platform like this.
This week on buzzkill, we continue the IT Security Series with Liam Cleary, talking about Personal Security and how it relates to not only the security of yourself and your family but your organization’s data. We hope you enjoy this conversation as we traverse everything from wifi to social media and relate it all to the many important tools and techniques your organization should take advantage.