Episode 282 – Getting started with Power Query

Episode 282 – Getting started with Power Query

In Episode 282, Scott talks to Ben about a situation he ran into at work where he wanted to automate the ingestion of data from Azure Data Explorer and Azure DevOps into Excel. They talk about how you can query data from multiple data sources using Power Query and bring that data together with relationships and visualizations.

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Episode 281 – Fast account switching comes to M365 web apps

Episode 281 – Fast account switching comes to M365 web apps

In Episode 281, Ben and Scott talk through how account switching for M365 web apps works and then some updates around Azure AD and how change management for the service will work moving forward from March 2022.

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Episode 279 – Ben’s rant about content types in SharePoint

Episode 279 – Ben’s rant about content types in SharePoint

In Episode 279, Scott listens in as Ben discusses an issue he recently encountered with content type management and content types being pushed from a content type publishing hub.

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Episode 278 – Shared Channels in Microsoft Teams are… interesting

Episode 278 – Shared Channels in Microsoft Teams are… interesting

In Episode 278, Ben and Scott go through follow-up on the end-user experience for working with Microsoft Teams Shared Channels. To learn about what needs to be done on the admin side, listen to Episode 274 – Microsoft Teams Connect shared channels and B2B direct connect.

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Episode 277 – Beep Bop BYOIP with Bring Your Own IP in Azure

Episode 277 – Beep Bop BYOIP with Bring Your Own IP in Azure

In Episode 277, Ben and Scott dive into the GA of “bring your own IP” (or BYOIP) in Azure, a capability that allows you to register your public IP blocks in Azure and associate public IPs that you own with public IP resources such as load balancers and virtual machines. Then they discuss the GA of the new Azure Front Door service. Finally, they close out with some tips around tracking service announcements, including tracking service retirement.

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