Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 69 in total
Episode 39 of the office 365 Distilled podcast where they look at securing our content and how it gets in the way of collaboration and user adoption… but mainly they both forget what they are saying and Marijn says “… no I do not want to eat my potatoes” as a metaphor for telling security that the balance should be towards great adoption and not great security… Life, like Office365, is a balance between protection and availability.
How many ways can you access your content in Microsoft 365, listen, and enjoy the exploration of your content in the Microsoft cloud service. Steve and Marijn work through as many of the content access apps, tools, and browser windows for a practical, touchy feely session for the End Users. Steve talks about how Office365 is like an Apple with content at the core and Marijn goes to Australia with an example of how he can keep his boss happy by getting to his content anyplace anytime. Steve then gets it very wrong by saying there are thousands of file types supported in M365 when there are hundreds and Marijn cannot remember how to ‘Save a Document till later’. Finally, the boys taste bottle number 1185 of a limited-edition Writers tears from the emerald Isle and demonstrate why it is a bad idea to start the show by ‘just tasting’ the whiskey to confirm it is OK
From a holiday Bar-B Q to a podcast, Marijn and Steve join the same lockdown bubble so they can get back to the Old Normal of doing the podcast in the same room and drinking a whisky from the same bottle. Subjects are very much focused on knowledge and business after their presentations on the Global Microsoft 365 Marathon event. This podcast is about Microsoft’s biggest 365 update, is M365 being dumbed-down and Scotland’s smallest distillery all inside an hour (and a bit) of Steve and Marijn talking crap at a well-stocked bar…
Another episode from lockdown where Steve and Marijn are talking from afar. Main topics today are the new found governance needs after Teams is rolled out and scenarios for Microsoft Bookings. They also talk about the Duo phone specs and rolling out MS Teams in a day. A cask strength whiskey from the Orkney islands burns the mouths with spicy chilly! They talk about the ‘Fèis Ìle’ whisky festival on the Scottish ‘Isle of islay’ where they had both planned on attending this week before lockdown.
Marijn and Steve prepare for the Microsoft Virtual Marathon Speakers event by discussing their upcoming sessions on Working with the Business for Search and the future Project Cortex product sets. They compare B2B and B2C concepts around partnerships and suggest that B2IT is the coming partnership of the future. For success IT will need to depend on deep Transparent relationships with the business as cloud services bed down as a solid strategy and changes the need for real time requirements.
Episode 34 is a roller coaster of a podcast that flew by as we recorded it a sign of good fun. This completely unedited version talks about application governance and how different this is to content Governance. It commiserates with the fact that we cannot travel to Madrid for Microsoft 365 Saturday… on a Wednesday!! We talk about the large number of MS team updates and changes from the road map and finish with 2 awesome whisky tastings from opposite sides of the world. Welcome to Episode 34 and make sure you catch the end… we sort of went inappropriately nuts!!!
Steve gets excited about the release of the 3 things that impressed him most from Ignite 2019… Search upgrades, Content Type and managed Metadata Admin centers and project Cortex leading to a discussion of the implications on the business for these new technologies… all coming to a tenant near you soon
Baseline governance on Stream because it’s available anyway in E3! Steve and Marijn talk about Stream using baseline Governance to define the Office 365 video service and options for releasing the product. Then they taste a very usual whisky you can get from the local shop in these times of lock-down homeworking. This episode is about getting value… from stream video and the whisky
OK, we accept that this episode the word Corona Virus is mentioned a few too many times, with reverence always, because this is a global serious moment. We commend Microsoft and other vendors for taking advantage and offering free licences and designing specific applications to support business and mention Mobile applications, and warning people not to have live MS teams video conferences whilst driving. We look at options for managing large files in SharePoint Online from corporate scanners suggested by @Anacozeca , how Mobile apps continue to surprise with sneaked in updates and finally taste a very special Bourbon from the state of Kentucky direct from store number 55 , barrel 66-C. We do finish on a very low note having decided not to cut out the final comments and even Thunderbirds the cartoon series gets a mention.
We never believed that we would get to 30 but this is the episode in which we drink English whisky provided by @CatchMatt one of the jogging listeners and talk about racist applications or maybe users who believe the application world is flat. Yes this is another ravishing and overfilled episode that is just so much fun… enjoy. Steve & Marijn
In this episode Marijn and Steve discuss the new SharePoint libraries now appearing in teams as well as trying to think what a barrel repair man is called and are amazed at the number of admins that it takes to change an Office 365 Light-bulb. An Irish whisky with a green paint splodge is tasted that has the essence of a premier Cru Bordeaux wine cask and gets the Office365Distilled seal of approval.
Tobermory is the distillery of choice with Office365 questions before and after the whisky. Episode 28 where one Millennial consultant and one Age-Experienced consultant disagree and go around in circles and never quite meet in the middle… The question of not rolling out the Office 365 big three keeps the boys talking and wondering if To-Do should be the first app to adopt… or maybe not!
Steve and Marijn take time to look at examples of MS Teams in business, bars and golf courses. They talk about great team building events like create a list of swear words for good solid business reasons!! Steve adds some words about #ScrwDUP where we celebrate failure with cakes and a party
All the challenges of an International podcast when an Architect, Consultant, Technical Evangelist and Marketing Manager walk into a bar… and introduce themselves over a drink….. Welcome to the office365 distilled Xmas Podcast with some very special guests David Leveille, Anna Chu, Christina Wheeler, Sandy Ussia join Marijn and Steve to chat about their 2019 and what Father Christmas left them under the tree.
EP 25: The quarter cask and the cynical MS Teams discussion by Steve & Marijn
Where Marijn and Steve talk about how the role of Governance in Office365 will rise in 2020 and the list of decisions that need to be made will grow substantially. Suggest that a ponzi scheme would be good for adoption and drink a whisky https://vimeo.com/301209700
Marijn and Steve when to Microsoft Ignite 2019 and on Thursday did their second podcast... fun was had chatting about Governance and MS teams, Spray cans, Scalpels and the feeling of being in a glass bowl around 25,000 people.
Live from MSIgnite 2019 in Orlando Steve and Marijn take a shot of what has impressed them from the keynote speech and the feeling that Microsoft are very focused on the "Trust us with your data" message
Where Steve and Marijn talk about the great SharePoint Saturday community and specific SPS Belgium with some live recording from the event and think about MS Teams and how surprisingly it is still not been rolled out everywhere.
So Marijn and Steve taste the first Rye Whiskey from Eire in 100 years and more importantly the do a baseline Governance look at the remaining office 365 apps and look at making a snap decisions on where you might go with the various applications.
This is a big one, our longest podcast yet and a promise we will never go this long again!! However applying baseline governance to all O365 apps is a big project. This is the first of a series of Podcasts looking at Baseline Governance (gut feel governance) of all the O365 apps. Pt. 2 is coming soon. But we have not finished yet. We will go through all the apps in separate podcasts looking at Governance options and controls for individual apps. Hope you enjoy.
Where Marijn and Steve talk about their proposals to speak at ignite and expand on a post Marijn read looking at the expended role of Office 365 influencer, a kind of ambassador on steroids
Where Anna Chu from Microsoft joins the team to tell us how to make the best submission on your application to be a part of the Community at Ignite 2019 in Orlando
Where Steve and Marijn discuss the Microsoft promises from Ignite and are surprised to find that much has been delivered or being rolled out. So only a few to mention. They taste the delicious Lagavulin 16-year-old whisky from Isley in Scotland and even add a little water for more surprises
Where Marijn and Steve talk about change being normal and describe how to change the people and not the technology or tools. Then they taste 7 different whiskys.
Where we discuss the annoucements from SharePoint NA conference and start a conversation about changing the people and not the technology. To be Continued in EP15
Where Steve and Marijn talk about Communicating changes to users and taste a Scottish single malt Talisker Port Ruighe.
Office 365 Distilled EP 12: Seal team 6 delivering Communication Governance by Steve & Marijn
In this episode, Steve and Marijn talk about folders vs metadata. Where is all the metadata love now that Teams or OneDrive sync creates folders everywhere? We end with one of the best irish whiskies.
For this episode, we take on a reader 's question. And we taste a Belgian whisky!