Need to Know podcast–Episode 227

FAQ podcasts are shorter and more focused on a particular topic. In this episode I’ll talk about the recommended process for file migrations to Microsoft 365 collaboration.

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-227-wide-not-deep/

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Resources

FAQ 4 – Your collaboration structure should be wide not deep

CIAOPS Patron Community

My podcasts – 2020

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Seems like I neglected to post my podcast preferences last year. You can find the previous selection here:

My podcasts 2018

I do spend a lot of time listening to podcasts, generally in between things, like travelling. However, there is a limit to how many you can consume in a week and that’s why I need to be very discerning about what I listen to.

Regulars

These podcasts are ones that I generally won’t miss an episode of.

Windows Weekly

The latest Microsoft news with some fun and entertainment along the way. Paul Thurrott’s musing make this podcast alone something worth listening to.

The Tim Ferriss Show

Some really great advice, business insights and strategy. Also lots of life lessons that I have found work really well for me. A weekly must listen for me.

Hardcore History

These tend to be quite long, like reading a book, but a very good and very interesting. Luckily, they are not that frequent, so it can make a nice change from all the tech stuff

The Intrazone

All the latest news and information about SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, Teams and more directly from Microsoft.

Currently evaluating

These podcasts I listen to frequently, but maybe not every episode. Some of these may eventually get cut from the roster. Anything here has to provide real business value for it to remain long term.

The Message Center Show

What has appeared in the Microsoft 365 message center. Many just for change notifications.

Microsoft Cloud Show

Tends to be somewhat developer focused but there is handy information here, once you get past some of the other stuff.

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro podcast

More for IT Pros and somewhat random in its content. Another podcast in which you have to get past stuff to get to the information.

O365Eh!

A rather Teams centric podcast, however it is short so a quick listen. Still not sure if it has long term value in my ears.

If I have time

There are simply not enough hours in a day to get through everything. These are great podcasts but I simply don’t have the time to listen to them regularly unfortunately.

Jocko Podcast

Probably too hard core for most. For me it is a great mix of military history and business mindset training. If you have a ‘fanatical’ tendency then give this one a listen.

The Kevin Rose Show

A bit like the Tim Ferriss podcast. Plenty of interesting and different stuff that always makes you think. Somewhat irregular episodes but I am still enjoying what I’m hearing.

Business wars

Interesting to get the story behind major business rivalries. More a ‘stage production’ than a podcast. Very enjoyable if you have the time.

Behind the Tech

Hosted by Microsoft’s Chief Technology Officer, Kevin Scott, it has lots of interesting guests and topics.


I churn through these mostly at 2x speed to allow me to get through as much content as possible. I do have a few other podcasts on my current podcasting app but I think they’ll soon be getting the cut. I am always on the lookout for good podcasts business, technology, history, whatever. So if you can recommend something you like, I’m all ears.

Finally, of course, there is my own podcasting effort:

Need to Know podcast

which covers the Microsoft Cloud (typically Office 365 and Azure) as well as business topics. I encourage you to have a listen and me know what you think. 2020 will be the tenth year that it has been available, which is a bit of milestone I must admit. Recently, I’ve started doing shorter, more focused FAQ episodes as well as the standard long form interview.

Hopefully, there is something of interest to you in what I listen to. Feel free to let me know as well as any recommendations you may have, as I said, I’m all ears!

Need to Know podcast–Episode 225

FAQ podcasts are shorter and more focused on a particular topic. In this episode I’ll talk about the recommended process for file migrations to Microsoft 365 collaboration.

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-225-process-for-file-migrations/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

The podcast is also available on Stitcher at:

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ciaops/need-to-know-podcast?refid=stpr

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Resources

Process for file migrations to Microsoft 365

Need to Know podcast–Episode 220

In this episode I speak with Leigh Wood from Node IT in the UK about what attending the Microsoft worldwide partner conference known as Inspire. Leigh gives us some great insights, experiences and the benefits of attending. A great episode for Microsoft partners to listen in to and learn from Leigh. We have our usual Microsoft Cloud updates from Brenton and myself. Stay tuned, stay up to date and listen along. Let us know what you think of this episode.

This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2019

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-220-leigh-wood/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

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Resources

@nodeIT

@contactbrenton

@directorcia

Microsoft submissions to Cyber 2020 strategy

Outlook on the web is becoming a progressive web app

Security defaults provides key security for free

Microsoft Partner Agreement

Azure Sentinel

Azure Sentinel is a great add on

MFA penetration in the Microsoft Cloud

Microsoft Norway now open

Azure cost management for partners

Need to Know podcast–Episode 214

I chat with MVP Microsoft Mark O’Shea about the Microsoft 365 technical information from the recent Microsoft Inspire in Las Vegas. The focus is not on the partner information but the technical announcements from the conference, and yes there were plenty. Brenton and I are also back together to bring you up to date with everything that is happening in the Microsoft Cloud. Enjoy the episode.

This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2019

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-214-mark-oshea/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

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Don’t forget to give the show a rating as well as send us any feedback or suggestions you may have for the show.

Resources

@intunedin

@contactbrenton

@directorcia

Intunedin

Microsoft 365 Dark Mode

What’s new in Microsoft 365 [VIDEO]

New to Microsoft 365 in August

Outlook Flow connector changes

Higher tech for higher ed

Soft Delete for Azure Backup Virtual Machines

Microsoft Azure available from new cloud region in Switzerland

Requested features for list groups

Enhanced QuickEdit for SharePoint Online

Meet the new Outlook on the web

Azure Sentintel

Windows 7 end of support

Office 2010 end of support

Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance

Conditional Access

Windows Virtual Desktop

Edge Insider Enterprise preview

Microsoft 365 Training Day: Security and Compliance day

MyAnalytics

CIAOPS Techwerks 8 – Adelaide October 2019

CIAOPS Techwerks 9 – Melbourne November 2019

Need to Know podcast–Episode 213

A quick news update followed by an engaging interview with Amy Babinchak around some of the cloud topics she will be presenting at some upcoming events. Amy is owner of Harbor Computer, Third Tier Consulting and an Office 365 MVP to boot, so plenty of great learnings to he had listening in.

This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2019

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-213-amy-babinchak/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

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Resources

@ababinchak

@contactbrenton

@directorcia

Samsung and Microsoft Alliance

Updates to SharePoint authoring

Top 5 advantages of OneDrive for Business

MFA and end user impacts

Set up conditional access with Microsoft Search in Bing

New Azure files authentication

Lower pricing for Azure storage

Chromium version of Edge now has a beta channel

Need to Know podcast–Episode 212

In this episode I speak with Darrell Webster about what happens behind the scenes with the Regarding365 community. A really good discussion around community and the process of regularly creating content. Of course there is also the latest Microsoft Cloud news and yes, Brenton is back to explain where he has been. Tune in for all the details.

This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2019

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-212-darrell-webster/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

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Resources

@darrellaas

@regarding365

@contactbrenton

@directorcia

What’s new in Teams – July 2019

New to Microsoft 365 in July

OneDrive round up – July 2019

New Flow and PowerApps licensing

An Office 365 Guide to PowerApps and Flow licensing

Microsoft Defender ATP evaluation lab is now available

Without enrollment and Outlook for iOS and Android general app configuration

What’s new with Microsoft 365 – July [VIDEO]

Ring Central Teams

Teams in the Classroom [VIDEO]

https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/g3iqgy/ep212.m4a

Need to Know podcast–Episode 211

Where’s Brenton? Share your thoughts here – http://bit.ly/whereisbj

Microsoft has rolled back it’s recent planned partner changes. we have some new Intune security baseline policies to try (and troubleshoot) and Teams leads Slack in user numbers. I speak with Marc Kean to get the low down on what Azure storage is all about. All this and a lot more on this episode.

This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2019

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-211-azure-storage/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

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Resources

@marckean

@directorcia

Updates to partner program (again)

Microsoft Intune announces security baselines

Exchange Online PowerShell WinRM issue

What is Azure Lighthouse?

Without-enrollment and Outlook for iOS and Android

Teams reaches 13 million active users

Planner and To-Do integration

New PowerApps and Flow licensing

Azure storage

Azure File Sync