The Intrazone, a show about the Microsoft 365 intelligent intranet. This show takes you into the building blocks of your Microsoft 365 intranet. It's about how SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams, Yammer and more fit into your everyday work life – with the goal being to share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork throughout your organization. Hosted by the Microsoft 365 team, along with special guests and experts from both behind the scenes and out in the field, the show covers current news in Microsoft 365, common FAQs from users and partners, highlighted apps, best practices, and upcoming events.
Transcripts provided with each episode.
Lists loves lawyers
On this episode, we bring order to legal use cases of Microsoft Lists. We chat with Wendy Rubas (General counsel) and Janessa Nelson (Legal operations manager) from the legal organization within VillageMD – a national leader in value-based primary care. We cover a lot of ground how useful integrations between Lists, Power Platform, and SharePoint help optimize people productivity and document automation with visual analytics to improve the patient experience.
SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop August 2021
August 2021 brought lots of great SharePoint and related tech releases: Teams meeting recordings in SharePoint, SharePoint spaces text updates, SharePoint Store modernization, Lists for iOS updates, File cards in Office for Android, Universal print with OneDrive, Yammer Topics API changes, and more. We also chat with Vesa Juvonen, our SharePoint principal program manager focused on all things OneDrive and SharePoint development - and an excellent Microsoft 365 developer community lead.
Implementing Microsoft Viva
It's time to go beyond what Microsoft Viva is, and move into implementation, deployment, and adoption. We've got a terrific "knowledge roundtable" discussion with four Microsoft MVPs: Dux Raymond Sy about Viva Connections, Susan Hanley about Viva Topics, Asif Rehmani about Viva Learning, and Robert Mulsow on Viva Insights. This episode is filled with great tips, tricks, and challenges when configuring and rolling it out Viva for your company and colleagues.
The gifts of GitHub
GitHub is the collaborative developer community, a place to share and review code, then deploy it to any operating system, any cloud and any device. On this episode, we speak with Martin Woodward, one of the original members who onboarded Microsoft to the open-source world, and Tetsuya Kawahara, a Microsoft MVP expert in Microsoft Lists customization (JSON). We learn how they use GitHub to share their knowledge, connect with other developers, and create the world’s most important technologies.
SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop July 2021
Get ready to boost your July 2021 memory bank! Lots of great SharePoint and related tech releases this past month: News boost, collapsible page sections, edit pages and news in Teams, custom list templates, suggested attachments in Planner, SharePoint Server Subscription Edition (preview), 'post on-behalf' in Yammer, and more. We also hear from Nancy Handa, our SharePoint program manager focused on pages and news innovations - including work that brings them to life in Microsoft Teams.
Top 5 hidden gems of Microsoft Lists
Did you know Microsoft Lists could do that? In this episode, we hope you’ll find a few useful, hidden gems to jumpstart your information tracking in Microsoft 365. Maybe you’re just getting started or have been at it for a while. Regardless, Lists can help you and your team across numerous scenarios - tracking issues, managing assets, supporting an internal event. Lists are simple to create and highly customizable based on whatever you want to track, organize and automate. Listen and learn as you go.
Great to have a SharePoint devoted podcast!
I love SharePoint and am glad to have This podcast devoted to the tech I love (and sometimes hate)! There are so many things happening in SharePoint and this podcast is helping me stay in the know. This podcast is off to great start! Keep it up guys!!!
I want more! :-)
I listen to podcasts while working in the garage and in the yard, while commuting, in waiting rooms, ... I have a lot more time when I can listen than when I can watch videos or read. I've made people chuckle in my desire to get more SharePoint content just via audio (which also takes up less storage space). Like J. May said in April, I hope to see (and hear!) deeper dives. Even if it was just audio of some of the written material, the more I can get, the better. Thanks for doing this!
High hopes for this podcast!
Fairly new podcast but I have high hopes for the information that will be discussed. Love to be able to listen to the experts explain new features and deep dive into topics while I’m in the car and able to focus. With new features and updates happening at such a rapid pace, sometimes it’s hard to stay in the know. Keep the info coming guys!