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UC Today covers the latest Microsoft Teams news from around the globe. Catch up with the latest updates, insights and analysis with presenter Rob Scott and Microsoft MVP Tom Arbuthnot +othersThanks for watching, if you’d like more like this, don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to our channel.You can also join in the conversation on our Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook pages.
 
Disruptive conversations is a blog series where I record Skype conversations with people who are working to transform or disrupt a sector or system. Sometimes I do in-person interviews, but they are usually done over Skype. This podcast was recorded on Skype. For my first 30 episodes music was provided by Clint Harewood. Email - clint.harewood@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tamo.T Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clint-harewood-42446342
 
Join James Eling as he discusses the strategy and tactics of Small Business and the strategy and tactics of histories great generals. Growing a small business is tough. We look at leadership, innovation, technology and how to wrap it all up to build a fast growing company. James runs 3 companies, generates over 5,000,000 page views a year and has customers in 5 countries. Learn how you can marry the latest technology with the ageless principles of Sun Tzu for your business today.
 
A podcast about best practice, guidance, news and cutting edge Microsoft cloud technologies. Interviews with passionate people in the cloud space, hosted by MVPs Nicolas Blank (twitter.com/nicolasblank), Warren du Toit (twitter.com/warrendt) and Chris Goosen (twitter.com/chrisgoosen) This podcast is brought to you by KEMP Technologies. We chose KEMP as a sponsor due to their amazing Cloud product line. For more information, visit KEMP on the web at https://kemptechnologies.com
 
Turn your hobby and freelance work into a profitable business. Whether you are a creative entrepreneur, small business owner or creativity is your side hustle join Marina Barayeva and the show guests to discuss the hottest topics about how to grow your business. Make your marketing easier by applying the strategies of experienced entrepreneurs and have more time to do the work you love. From offline and online marketing to building your personal brand so you can become a recognized expert. M ...
 
My primary goal is to help you to grow your business and profits in the next 90 days using proprietary strategies that will brand you as the local expert in your field. I am committed to help you achieve this goal and unlike most consultants (I find), I not only consult, I also work with you to implement the strategies that we discuss. First we start with a consultation (free and without obligation) to discover what can be done immediately (even without my help) to bring you more business an ...
 
Omnipresence Media is a positive free flowing experience where guests and host share parts of our lives that inspire others to reach their highest potentials. OMR is about providing real working material and solutions to encourage growth and positivity.Please schedule a show time here: https://meinc.youcanbook.meLets get on a conference call here: https://www.speek.com/meincEmail vickensm@gmail.com and ask how to get your music/ad played on our syndicated and highly shared online radio show. ...
 
Hi there! I’m Daniel Richards, the British English voice of many TV and radio campaigns, corporate films, explainers, trailers, videogames, audio books, language courses, e-learning modules, news roundups and sports programs, heard across the world. I’m available every day to record your scripts independently from my professional studios. You can also direct me via Skype, Zoom or phone, or record your end via ISDN, Source Connect, ipDTL or Session Link Pro. Whatever you choose, you will be g ...
 
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In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, we hear from Liz Elam, founder of the largest coworking conference in the world know as the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC). There are a number of great takeaways. Here are a few of the insights I found helpful. To change your life, you have to change something you do every day. Later in …
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, I interview Isobel Stevenson, Director of Organizational Learning at the Connecticut Center for School Change. The Center is a nonprofit based in Hartford, Connecticut. In this conversation, we discuss a range of topics that span areas like coaching, leadership, evaluation, and even the role of gaming th…
 
2020 has been an interesting and very different year for most of us. We're doing more things online than ever before - Microsoft recently announced that Teams reached 115 million daily active users, but this new normal extends well beyond the business world. There are countless positive stories of how technology has helped teachers connect with stu…
 
In this week's episode, we're joined by Mike Weaver from Quadrotech to talk about the new Teams APIs available, and to hear about the new Exchange native tenant to tenant tools work in the real world. We also hear about how tenant migrations have changed and a remote workforce is driving more automation.…
 
This is Part For Small Business IT Support visit our IT Company, Extreme Networks. For Small Business Strategy and Tactics, visit Sun Tzu 4 Small Business. Let us know what you thought of the podcast on Linkedin or Facebook.
 
This episode covers the latest ACSC Cyber Threat report. We marry this up with some real-life hackings that we have seen in local businesses and we cover how you can secure your business. Have a listen to the podcast and do some marketing to get those customers in. Let us know what you thought of the podcast on Linkedin or Facebook.…
 
Zero Trust is a term that is thrown around a lot these days and seems to mean many different things to different folks. At its core, Zero Trust is a philosophy or security concept whereby no one is trusted by default on the network, and verification is always required from everyone attempting to access any resources. In this episode we sit down wit…
 
David Burkus has focused much of work, writing and research on how to not make work suck. A common joke in the world of organizational psychologists. He written books on creativity, networking, teams, teamwork and more recently remote work. In general, he asks, what do we think we know about work? Now that we have some ideas around that, what does …
 
In this episode, Steve and Jay meet up to discuss the impending retirement of Skype for Business Online, and what that means for CCE and Skype for Business Hybrid. Steve quizzes Jay to find out how smaller and larger businesses in different scenarios should approach moving their voice systems to the cloud…
 
In this episode, I interview John Ruffolo former Chief Executive Officer of OMERS Ventures. We explore how many of the entrepreneurs they invest in have a passion for solving a problem. He tells the story of Shopify. One of Canada’s great entrepreneurial stories. John and his team look for founders who care deeply about the problem to be solved. He…
 
In this week's episode, Steve and Jay are back recording in person and discussing a topic that comes up regularly in Office 365 discussions. Do you need to backup? Things have moved on since we last discussed this on the show and we'll cover some of the reasons why you might need backups, mitigations built into the service and how to look at some o…
 
I was having loads of problems dealing with Skype! during the pandemic. Seems like the call quality had just deteriorated past the point of no return. Video quality was way off, so after participating in a high quality Zoom call, my decision was made. I made the switch. Now I don't like platforms where you can't initiate the call to your guest, whi…
 
It's one thing to find your voice, it's another matter to hear it. Recently, I learned how to self-aircheck myself. I had delegated my editing chores to my my producer Melissa. When I started a new daily show, I needed to get my shows posted within 15 minutes of completion. This led to me back to the editor's chair and it has helped my overall show…
 
Microsoft Teams has seen some incredible growth in recent months as many organizations worldwide adjust to a new normal that involves a remote, work from home workforce. In late April, Microsoft announced that it had seen a 70% increase in Teams usage, increasing to more than 75 million daily active users and seeing 200 million meeting participants…
 
In this conversation, Peter and I explore how solution-focused conversation has helped to shape his view of the world. This conversation is full of beautiful insights, stories, metaphors and quotable quotes. Here are some of the things that stood out for me in the conversation. Where do we have power and influence in conversations? Peter reminded m…
 
It's almost time for Microsoft Ignite 2020, but this year things are going to be a little different. In this special episode, Anna Chu (a.k.a The Community Khaleesi) gives us some inside info about what to expect this year and how you can get involved! If you're interested in being part of Ignite this year, the Microsoft Ignite Call for Moderators.…
 
Michael Unger is a professor of social work and is currently the Canada Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. Although he began his career as a family therapist, today he is a researcher and looks at resilience in populations that under stress. He works around the world to try to unders…
 
There is no denying that the rate of change in the Microsoft Cloud in astounding. Microsoft continues to innovate and improve very rapidly with new features often being deployed weekly. Security and Compliance is understandably a huge area of focus and it can be a challenge to stay up to date with all the continuous change - this challenge requires…
 
Aneil Gokhale is the Director of Philanthropy at the Toronto Foundation. In this conversation, he and I cover a range of topics related to Philanthropy and the charitable sector. At the Foundation, he and his colleagues are trying to get people to think differently about how they give. In our conversation, we cover a range of inflexion points withi…
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, I speak with Sarah Kaplan (PhD). Sarah is an innovation scholar at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. She has recently written the book The 360˚ Corporation. Today, Sarah works to explore how ideas from innovation can be applied in a way that helps to create a world of social and ec…
 
Can we change the way people have dialogue? Can we make their interactions better? This is the simple premise of Haesun’s work. Admittedly, we share similar perspectives on the role conversations play and their potential to help people thrive. So often, we blame other people for not communicating well. When we are in fact not listening. Conversatio…
 
Stefan Kollenberg is a Co-Founder of Crescendo. Crescendo delivers tailored microlearning for every employee inside of Slack. In our conversation, we discuss a number of themes. I really struggled to summarize this conversation but some of the things that stood out for me were: Using existing platforms to deliver a novel solution. Crescendo uses Sl…
 
June 7, 2020 marked 9 years since I became a full-time professional podcaster. It took me 4 years to start earning a 6 figure income. Here's a few things that you can do to get it done faster. First, hire a coach to help you air-check and up your game. Produce the highest production values you are capable of. Your audience deserves it! Keep improvi…
 
We're Back! Yes! it's been a little while since we last recorded an episode. Needless to say, the COVID-19 situation globally upset our planned travel and recording schedule just a little. We hope you and yours are keeping safe and well during these crazy times.In this episode we delve into Cybersecurity, something that has been very topical for ma…
 
Ep #160: Hosting a podcast was one of the best things for the last few years. Besides many interesting people you meet it opens up new opportunities for growing your business. In this episode I’ll share with you how it was to have a podcast for 2,5 years. You will learn: Why I stopped this podcast Why you should start a podcast and how it will bene…
 
In this episode, I talk with Misha Glouberman and I explore the nuance of a conversation. Admittedly, this was not my best interview. There was a moment in the interview where I was so caught up in being understood that Misha and I got in a silly dance where I broke all the rules of successful conversations. The irony of this conversation is that i…
 
Ep #159 You know those days when you get on a Zoom call and you look like a panda with dark circles around your eyes because of a terrible light or when you download your call and the audio sounds bad. From now on forget about that. Today we're gonna solve all these problems. I got a brilliant guest for you Larry Becker. In this episode, Larry Beck…
 
Interview based shows know only too well that the quality of your show is often limited by the quality of the audio connection. If you're using Skype to Skype domestically, sound quality issues are usually minimal. The problem occurs when you're going Skype to Cellphone, Skype to VOIP or Skype to Landline. Fortunately, the folks at Rode thought of …
 
Ep #158: If you’re on the journey of writing a TED talk then first, congratulations! It’s such an exciting experience. And to make your preparation easier I invited one of my favorite people to go to when it comes to writing - Kristina Paider. Together we discuss how to write a TED talk. A Hollywood Scriptwriter's Approach. And today we’ll cover wh…
 
Sille Krukow is a Nudge Behavioral Design expert. She describes her work as using applied behavioral science to work to change behavior in a variety of industries. She stumbled into the field out of a desire to create an impact in the world. In her previous experiences, she found that she did great design and campaign work but she was never really …
 
Ep #157: Is there even a place for a balance these days? The world just got flipped upside down. Have you thought that one day you will go to the bank with a mask on your face asking for money? Well, you need a mask because of the coronavirus, but the situation looks so weird from the side. You’ll definitely have something to tell your grandkids. S…
 
In this episode we consider what your next steps with voice and meetings should be if you've implemented Teams rapidly, or have implemented primarily for PC to PC & mobile calling and meetings and want to go to the next level. We discuss: What your next steps should be.. What are the options available for smaller companies? What do larger enterpris…
 
Every now and then a piece of equipment is created that has the ability to change an industry. While the Roadcaster Pro may not quite be in that category, it can help even the most green podcaster sound like a pro. It has a suite of features, including professional effects, bluetooth pairing of your phone, computer and mixer and sound pads to easil…
 
Ep #156: How great it is when people praise you and recommend even if it’s online. When people want to know more about you and your business they simply Google you. And here is where reviews may play a big role in deciding to work with you or not. In this episode, Brian J. Greenberg shares 3 best strategies to get 5-star reviews for your business. …
 
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