On the SPOT - Technology Podcast
This episode explores important aspects of communication, including how communication between IT and the organization is vital both to implementations and ongoing operations. Though the stereotype of the cynical,
Jay and Craig talked about of the newest features rolling out, or soon to be rolling out for the Microsoft Teams platform from Lists to Breakout Rooms to Meeting Publishing and Ignite. There's a lot to unpack, This Week in Teams.
This week Jay and Craig talked about some important considerations around managing your Teams, such as: naming conventions, team creation, managing membership, and the ever popular guest accesses vs. external users.
After weeks of new features and deep dives into various capabilities that compliment the Teams platform, Jay and Craig decided to go back to basics. This Week in Teams we provide an introduction to #MicrosoftTeams.
Over the last two weeks Hunter and I had conversations with two people from very different backgrounds to help showcase the need for, but also the value of developing customer feedback loops in your engagements.
This Week in Teams, Craig and Jay focus on the new Tasks App, it's connection to the To Dos in Outlook, and the incredible business value of Planner. All the with help of our special guest, Stacy Deere-Strole (MVP).
It's a regular struggle between end users and the IT shop: features versus security (and budget, and time, and actual value vs perceived value). The list is actually a lot longer than that, but the general point is this: end users,
This week, Craig and Jay invite Bobby Chang, a Microsoft Business Apps Technical Specialist for the US Federal/Civilian market, to talk about DataFlex. DataFlex Pro and DataFlex for Teams were recently announced at Microsoft Inspire and in this convers...
Slack is suing Microsoft, Google thinks Gmail is "the way", Zoom is no longer leading live meeting usage, the NBA and Microsoft are "Together" Mode. And Microsoft Inpspire was last week.
This week Hunter and Jay enter the world of Information Management and Information Architecture. Information Management and Information Architecture are key components to the usability of an information system - IM helps you know the processes for mana...