O365 Eh! is a short 10-15 minute podcast focusing on the latest and greatest developments in Microsoft Cloud Technology at Business level from four Canadian Microsoft Office Server and Services MVP’s - Curtis Johnstone, Dino Caputo, Habib Mankal, Michael LaMontagne
Episode #79 – 2020 year in review and looking into 2021
WOW 3 years have flown by, this latest episode the team recaps: Our 2020 Episodes How 2019 rolled into 2020 Key features from 2020 Looking forward into 2021 New intro music provided by Habib's son Mo.
Episode #78 – Fireside Chat Emergency Services in Teams
Hi, all in this episode we have a Fireside chat on Emergency Services in Teams, with our very own resident experts Dino Caputo and Michael LaMontagne. What do we have to think about for Emergency services, as we continue to work from home, and plan for return to work?
Episode #77 – Demystifying the Release Process of Microsoft 365 and Office
In this episode, the team discusses what is the Microsoft release methodology when it comes to Microsoft 365 and Office. Where are the locations to manage this functionality, what they mean, and how to get into insider- pre-release programs. Launch of Microsoft Teams preview experience and alignment with Microsoft 365 deployment channels Set up the Standard ...continue reading "Episode #77 – Demystifying the Release Process of Microsoft 365 and Office"
Episode #76 – Deep dive into Microsoft Teams Templates
In this episode, the team goes deeper into the discussion about Microsoft Teams templates. Types of templates Managing templates Governance Development
Episode #75 – Interview with Sr. Platform Evangelist Jon Levesque
In this episode, the team talks about Power Platform Sr. Platform Evangelist at Microsoft Jon Levesque
Episode #74 – Using Microsoft DSC as a runbook in Azure Automation
In this Episode, a follow up to Episode 71. The teams walks through the process of running Microsoft 365 DSC in Azure Automation. What is MicrosoftDSC? Microsoft365DSC is an Open-Source initiative hosted on GitHub, lead by Microsoft engineers and maintained by the community. It allows you to write a definition for how your Microsoft 365 tenant ...continue reading "Episode #74 – Using Microsoft DSC as a runbook in Azure Automation"