In this episode we answer a question from the audience about which service do we use when creating a form; do we use a Microsoft Form, Power Apps, or a Microsoft List. We dive into the details of each application; we discuss the pros and cons of each and what are the best scenarios for each one of them.
In this episode, we review the new Microsoft Loop service and how you can use it with Microsoft Teams. We review how Microsoft Loop service is built and where the files are stored and accessed from. We also discuss Loop in Outlook Web and how users can collaborate with emails.
In this episode, we discuss a question from the audience about having multiple SharePoint Syntex Content Center in one tenant. We review some requirements organizations might have, security requirements, licensing reasons, or other needs that a company might require more than one Content Center.
In this episode we go deep dive answering a question from our audience about what does Microsoft Defender do? Antonio gives it a great overview of the Microsoft Defender family: Defender of Office 365, Defender for endpoint, Defender for identity, Defender for Cloud Apps, Defender for cloud, and Defender for IoT. Then we go in details explaining each service for Defender.
In this episode, we review the details and steps to deploy a large-scale migration, that consists of 20,000+ users and over a 100TBs of data. We discuss in detail the different stages of such a migration from the analysis phase, to planning, to pre-migration, migration, then training and support. In this episode, we focus on the SharePoint on-premises to Online migration and what specifics companies will need to consider when moving to the cloud.
In this episode, we share our experience with Microsoft Forms and how do we use it on a personal or professional level. We discuss the different use cases, what is the app used for the most, and we compare it a bit with other forms platform within M365.
In this episode, we dig into our personal experience on how we use OneDrive to manage our work-related files. It is always great and interesting to see and compare how each one of us handles OneDrive usage differently. A lot of great tips from the podcasters in this episode.
We are live again from the M365 conference in as Vegas, asking some of the speakers about: What M365 application do you start your workday in everyday? We have two teams: Team Antonio and Team Sarah & Mike. Watch until the end to find out who won!
We are live from the Microsoft 365 Conference in Las Vegas, recoding in person, and interviewing few speakers about two questions. In this episode – question 1, we ask our guests about their opinion on inbox zero, is it achievable or a loaded book. We split the podcasters into Team Sarah and Team Mike; watch until the end to find out who won!
After wrapping up a great week at the Microsoft MVP Summit, we thought about a special episode that talks about our experience in becoming a Microsoft MVP. We review the process to be nominated to an MVP, what are our passion about it, the benefits of having the award and what it means to all of us.
In this episode, we review out top 10 picks in the new features and announcements about Microsoft Lists. Each one of us has their top ones and we go into a round robin to review our preferred ones, explain how they work, and when they are being released.
In this episode, we discuss our personal experiences in using Planner to manage our daily activities. We share with our audience quick tips on creating and managing tasks, how do we create sub-tasks and our preferences in using Planner for our projects. We show a demo how you can quickly stand up a new Planner and assign tasks in a timely manner.
In this episode, we discuss the Microsoft Teams breakout rooms, how are they used and what’s the best use case scenarios with this feature. We review how they can be configured, managed, and deployed within your tenant and how you can set it up within your meeting.
In this episode, we discuss the best practices managing Global Admin accounts, how to properly secure them and steps to make sure you protect confidential information from Global Admins. We review few secure methods that can prevent illegal access to your tenant, and you can control this privileged access to your content.
In this episode we discuss re-certifying or re-attesting your content in Microsoft 365 to meet compliance or regulation within your organization. Often, companies would like to have the content owners to re-validate their content permission, to make sure the content is only accessible by the right people. We discuss the options to re-attest the content and what options are taken against old content.
In this episode we address this question from one of our listeners: We are just beginning to use office365. We have our important documents in OneDrive. We wish to share these files with others. Should we jump to teams? Or can we start sharing the files on SharePoint.
We review the options of sharing files from OneDrive or SharePoint, and where is the best to collaborate and co-author documents. We discuss the pros and cons of each option, and we give our recommendation, taken into consideration compliance around the documents.
In this episode, we will discuss a popular topic about comments about disabling news article comments in your tenant. There are multiple ways to disable them from the tenant level down to the pages level. Each scenario has a different use case, where we discuss how to best achieve taking control of the page comments.
In this episode we start a series of few sessions to review all of Microsoft Viva components, Learning, Insights, Topics and Learning. We start with Viva Connections, the gateway to the employee experience, where we review the purpose and use of it, how to configure and deploy it to your organization. We get a bit of technical to review the requirements and the steps to implement Connections.
In this episode, we answer a question from our audience how and where I can upload files from SharePoint to Teams. We explain the architecture of Teams backend and the scenarios you can move files around or where files are stored in Teams. We expand our discussion to explain where the data storage of all the services is associated with Microsoft Teams.
A common question from our listener is how to protect offline documents downloaded by the users after they no longer work for the organization. We discuss in this episode options with security labels with Microsoft Information Protection and what is the best way to protect the company’s content. We review different scenarios and of course we recommend a process to control and protect sensitive information whether it is in an online or offline mode.
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M365 Voice is a weekly podcast dedicated to share information with the community about the Microsoft 365 platform that includes Office 365, Windows 10 and EMS. Our podcasts will be 20 minutes each and will cover new features, updates, best practices and other ideas about the platform. We will also host guests from the community and from different Microsoft Product Group members.
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