In this episode, we continue our talk about the accessibility features within Microsoft, and specifically the ease-of-use features of:
- Focus feature on Windows 11
- Color filters feature in Windows 11
- Read aloud, a feature that we had fun trying out during the podcast and it worked really well.
In honor of reaching our remarkable milestone of 100 episodes, we proudly present a star-studded lineup of distinguished guests who have graced our previous podcasts. Joining us for this special occasion are Karuana Gatimu, Microsoft Principal Program Manager, Customer Advocacy Group; Heidi Jordan, Senior Modern Workplace with Avanade; and Mark Kashman, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft. In this special edition, we recapped some of the previous episodes, talk about the community work all our super star guests have contributed to over the years, and we chat about the latest product announcements within the M365 and Power Platform stacks.
In this episode, we share with our audience our personal investment in Microsoft 365 in 2023. We discuss what areas we want to focus on, learn, and improve on. Let us know what you think of this personal list and what is your improvement list for 2023?
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!
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 discuss a very popular topic about your information architecture in M365. Where do you stop your control over your information architecture in M3365, specifically in SharePoint Online and Microsoft Teams? Where do you draw the line allowing your business users to manage your SharePoint sites, lists, library, folder, or metadata. Do you go the wild west route, allowing the users to manage the information, or do you have a governing body manage that?
In this episode we review the concept of self-service licensing where Microsoft 365 users will be allowed to purchase licensing independently from their corporate license, using a corporate or personal credit card. This self-service licensing applies to Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, Microsoft Project, and Visio. We opt-out options for administrators and some tips on how to better manage your licenses in your tenant.
In this episode, we are excited to have Matt Soseman, Senior Security Architect at Microsoft , to discuss Security within Microsoft 365. Lots of great information from Matt regarding best practices, how to approach securing your tenant, and how you need to think your security settings. We talked about MCAS, MIP labels, DLP policies and many other goodies around security guidelines.