Ben and Scott dive into Azure Sentinel, a new cloud-native, security information event management (SIEM) and security orchestration automated response (SOAR) solution from Microsoft.
Ben and Scott start their day trying to understand the psychology of Microsoft and their latest marketing efforts for Office on the desktop and then they discuss the recent outages in Microsoft Teams and alerts in Azure Monitor.
Ben and Scott have a chat with Sarah Lean, a Cloud Solution Architect from Microsoft about why you should be looking at the cloud and how to govern your Azure environments.
Ben and Scott dive into the latest Office 365 and SharePoint Online updates, including access to mega menus in Hub sites and new options for footers in Communication sites, new options for security baselines in InTune, and how to use the Graph Security API with Azure Logic Apps, Flow, and PowerApps.
Scott and Ben talk all things Azure Front Door, a Layer 7 service which can be used to optimize web applications for best performance, instant global failover, and application layer security.
Ben schools Scott on calling in the cloud, including options for inter-org communication, chat, voice, and other traditional phone features that are available in Office 365.
In Episode 110, Ben and Scott start having a discussion about new Azure Fundamentals exam from Microsoft and how it focuses on core concepts of the cloud. In this episode, they get started at the…
Ben and Scott talk about some of the recent updates to MyAnalytics and the availability of the analytics suite being expanded outside of Office 365 E5 SKUs. They also get into some announcements around containers in Azure, including the depreciation of the Azure Container Service (ACS) and how to think about migrating over to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Scott and Matthew McDermott discuss how you can rationalize data backup and recovery features that are native to the Office 365 platform from both an admin (operations) and end-user perspective.
Ben and Scott discuss what’s new in Office 365, including the re-introduction of custom tags on OneNote, new voice features and admin roles in Microsoft Teams, and a slew of updates to SharePoint web parts.