On this week's show...
How Lotus F1 Team built custom Office 365 integrated apps to manage race team logistics
See how Lotus F1 Team leveraged Office 365 APIs and extensibility to update their legacy travel application—complete with calendar and directory services integration. The team built new underpinnings with a flexible data model, a web front end for logistics planning and user management, a mobile app that worked across platforms and an Outlook add-in to integrate race events directly into users’ calendars.
A deeper view into Skype for Business Cloud PBX
We take a closer look at the new Skype for Business services as part of today’s Office 365 announcements. Cloud PBX, PSTN Calling and PSTN Conferencing bring phone calling and meeting dial-in capability to Skype for Business. We demonstrate how easy it is to get numbers and configure calling capabilities for your users with Cloud PBX.
Hands-on with Lotus F1 Team’s Power BI implementation
Office Mechanics returns to Enstone this week to follow Lotus F1 Team’s implementation of Power BI. The IT crew discusses the shift from SQL Server and SSRS to self-service Power BI while providing a step-by-step demonstration of what they did to get Power BI running.
How Lotus F1 Team races the globe with Office 365 and OneDrive for Business
Today’s Office Mechanics show continues our series on Lotus F1 Team’s implementation of Office 365 by featuring how they are using new OneDrive for Business capabilities to protect their intellectual property in the highly competitive environment of Formula One racing.
Data Loss Prevention in OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online and Office 2016 is rolling out
We’re pleased to announce we are extending Data Loss Prevention (DLP) capabilities to SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.
Beyond MDM—how to protect your data with BYOD and SaaS implemented
On this week’s show, Nasos Kladakis from the enterprise mobility team provides a holistic view of how to protect corporate data—and what Microsoft is doing to simplify security and management oversight while maintaining a quality user experience and productivity.
Managing Office 365 updates
Over the past year, the Office 365 team rolled out over 450 updates, and the pace of change continues unabated. Learn about the improvements we’ve made to help you manage change in Office 365 based on your feedback.
Windows 10 updates for Office 365 admins
On this week’s show we invite Michael Niehaus from the Windows team to help explain how updates to Windows 10 take advantage of the work you’ve done implementing Office 365 and Azure Active Directory. We also explore the upcoming Business Store and Mobile Device Management for Office 365 capabilities.
Bringing cloud technology on-premises in Exchange Server 2016
Performance improvements in the upcoming release of Exchange Server 2016 are based on running Exchange Online at extreme scale. Much of what we learned has been applied to improving the on-premises version. This week Office Mechanics provides insights into what IT admins can expect in Exchange Server 2016. Exchange team veteran Greg Taylor explains how the on-premises version of Exchange benefits from the cloud-based features and functionality of Exchange Online.