On the show this week, Steve is joined by Patrick van Bemmelen to talk about how you can stop internal sharing with Information Barriers., And in important news we discuss the latest Exchange Server updates you need to apply TODAY, how the FBI have been accessing Exchange Servers - and we cover the latest updates available for Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, Outlook and more.
On the show this week, we're talking about the Azure AD outage, new Exchange patches (yes, again!) and tools, how to get ready for Viva Connections, talking UserVoice and the biggest Roadmap and Message center news. And - Brian Desmond joins us to talk in a more positive way about the Azure AD Premium (and free) features you absolutely need to switch on.
This week read or listen to find out about why it's time to patch your Exchange Servers; and learn about the new features announced this week at Microsoft Ignite that are rolling out now and will have the biggest impact. We talk Teams new features, and the a feature in AIP people have eagerly anticipating.
On the Practical 365 weekly update, we're joined by Microsoft's Mark Kashman to talk about Lists. We explore when and how to use it, how to launch it to the business and how you can extend and build applications using it. We begin with a quick primer, discuss who should use it, and explore when Microsoft Lists is the right tool to use instead of other Microsoft applications. We explore use-cases and opportunities and Mark gives us great examples when Lists is the perfect tool, and talks about how he uses Lists day-to-day.
In this episode of the Practical 365 podcast, Paul and Steve are joined by Joel Oleson to talk about SharePoint Syntex. With the past couple of weeks being slow for Microsoft announcements, no doubt due to Ignite being around the corner and a bonanza of releases at the beginning of Feb, we focus on the most interesting news for Microsoft 365 and Teams features that have arrived on the roadmap.
Ragnar Heil joins the podcast today to explore SharePoint Syntex, Live Events playbooks and Teams arriving on desktop for home