The All About 365 podcast, with Steve Goodman and Jason Wynn chatting over a coffee about Microsoft 365, including Office 365, Teams, Skype, Exchange, SharePoint, Windows, Security and much more...
Episode 50 - Securing Microsoft 365 from attacks
In today's show, Michael van Horenbeeck, Microsoft MVP, joins Steve and Jay to discuss Microsoft 365 security. Michael discusses his book on the topic and we learn about the biggest risks to information security that organizations face today, how to...
Episode 49 - What's new in tenant to tenant migrations?
In this week's episode, we're joined by Mike Weaver from Quadrotech to talk about the new Teams APIs available, and to hear about the new Exchange native tenant to tenant tools work in the real world. We also hear about how tenant migrations have...
Episode 48 - How to move from Hybrid Voice and CCE to Teams Direct Routing
In this episode, Steve and Jay meet up to discuss the impending retirement of Skype for Business Online, and what that means for CCE and Skype for Business Hybrid. Steve quizzes Jay to find out how smaller and larger businesses in different scenarios...
Episode 47 - Do you need to backup Microsoft 365?
In this week's episode, Steve and Jay are back recording in person and discussing a topic that comes up regularly in Office 365 discussions. Do you need to backup? Things have moved on since we last discussed this on the show and we'll cover some of the...
Episode 46 - How do you secure data in Office 365?
In this episode we talk about the various ways to secure data in Office 365 - using Microsoft 365 tools. In the show we talk about AIP, MIP, Azure RMS and the associated tech you can use to keep content secure - and when to use it.
Episode 45 - How do you level-up Microsoft Teams to include Meeting Rooms and Voice
In episode 45, Steve and Jay discuss the next steps in your Teams deployment - phone systems and meeting rooms
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Such innovative, much new.
Listened to one episode, and all they talk about is how Teams fixed the problem of professional users using WhatsApp + Dropbox? With a MS engineer in studio... Microsoft being that ignorant to solutions for professionals explains so much.