Episode #2 of Office 365 Exposed Podcast

O365ExposedAs some of you know, Paul Robichaux and I get together to record an occasional podcast. Originally the podcast was called “Exchange Exposed” but our material has evolved to cover more of Office 365, so it’s now called “Office 365 Exposed”.

In any case, last week we were together in California and Paul had invested in a brand-new microphone that looked pretty heavy duty, so we recorded a new episode. You can download the podcast from Paul’s site or wait until it appears in iTunes, which I am assured will be any time now.

This episode is sponsored by ENow Software Inc.  where Paul is the CTO and I am an advisory board member (basically an excuse for trips to the LA area to talk software and plot with the rest of the board). We covered lots of topics, including the latest about Exchange on-premises, my experiences with Delve Analytics, what’s happening with Office 365, and so on including stuff that I can’t remember now. It was a lot of fun and the hour we spent chatting together passed very quickly.

We’ll try and do better in terms of getting new episodes out more regularly. The problem is that Paul and I need to be in the same location to be able to “spark” off each other – recording something like this over the phone doesn’t really work as well.

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About Tony Redmond

Lead author for the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook and writer about all aspects of the Office 365 ecosystem.
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3 Responses to Episode #2 of Office 365 Exposed Podcast

  1. Pingback: Weekend Reading – March 18, 2016 | Healey.io

  2. Hi Tony, would it be possible for you guys to add your podcast into Acast? Cheers

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