Question Time: Where do you stand on these new Teams features?

We all love Microsoft Teams. Day in and day out, you'll see us evangelising it on social. On forums such as the Tech Community we help others with enquiries and issues. We run user groups. We write blogs. We speak at events. We vote and create uservoices. We ask all the questions we can think of at that time on the community AMA's.

Microsoft 365: Deploying SharePoint Hybrid (MS-301) Exam Prep Guide

I am not a hybrid SharePoint expert. In passing this exam, its fair to say that I am still not a hybrid SharePoint expert. Of all the exams I have taken over the course of the last year, this is the one where I have learnt the most. It's also the one I came out the other end having a far greater appreciation of both the technology and the experts who do this on a day to day basis.

Microsoft 365: Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork (MS-300) Exam Prep Guide

I think it's fair to say that a lot of people will do this exam because of Microsoft Teams. Teams is, after all, the fastest growing app in Microsoft history. At the time of writing there are over 500,000 organisations using it. 91% of the Fortune 500. At the time of writing (May 2019) there has been lots of functionality introduced this year or coming in the next few months. It's hard to keep up - even for those administering it every day. Private Teams, Information Barriers, Busy on Busy, Round Robin, App Deployment Policies, Supervision.

Microsoft 365: Security Administration (MS-500) Exam Prep Guide

I must admit I enjoyed the security administration exam. I enjoyed studying for it. In fact, I congratulate Microsoft for introducing a Security certification which is so much more than a fundamentals exam (98-367).

Question Time: Teams Turns 2 – What would you like to see before it turns 3?

My son is two and a quarter years old - two and a quarter already! I feel a bit like the subject in The Scream by Edvard Munch - where the hell did time actually go? And as any parent well knows, they grow up so fast. If you are a parent, I hope you experience the sheer joy of always being incredibly proud and biased of them; that every single day you find yourself waxing lyrical on what they have achieved - however small - and of all their possibilities and potential.