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Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:27 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"The markets in focus every business day. The Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to? We've got a vaccinate the whole world, analysis of the day's Wall Street action. What's the thought on apple here from Bloomberg intelligence? Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmakers. The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. Subscribe to dance at Bloomberg radio dot com. The Bloomberg business app or iTunes. 24 hours a day. Dot com and the Bloomberg business act. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. From the heart of where innovation, money and power collide in Silicon Valley and beyond this is Bloomberg technology with Emily Chang. I'm Emily Chang's San Francisco and this is Bloomberg technology coming up in the next hour. Intel revs up plans to spin off its Mobileye self-driving car business and a move that could generate billions for the lagging chip maker. Is there a catch? We'll discuss. Plus Instagram responds to the outcry over teen safety offering new tools to limit screen time and nudge users towards healthier topics. It's just a day before, head of Instagram Adam is expected to be grilled by lawmakers on Capitol Hill. And Microsoft says it sees control of multiple websites being used by Chinese hackers to spy on and.

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Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

Security Now

00:52 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

"Window dot length has the value three, that means the user is not currently logged in. If it has the value zero, the user is logged in. By scanning different company websites hosting GitLab, the attacker can collect information on a programmer's affiliations. So there's an example of true cross origin information leakage, where a site you visit or an ad hosted by a benign site is able to determine things about you and your current state with other domains with other websites. And it works on Google mail. They give an example of a cross site leak on Google mail. They say Google mail, one of the most popular webmail applications. In 2019, TER J a and Q reported across site leak, which could determine whether an email with a certain subject, for example, drug counseling or content, which could or content was present in the user's inbox cross origin. In other words, it's possible to reach into a user's Gmail this way. The cross site leak abused the common cash that web applications share. By using the advanced search option which could be called cross origin, Google mail marks.

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Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:13 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

"Where there's a will, there's a way. And obviously, unfortunately, there's a lot of will here. HP has been shipping vulnerable printers for the past 8 years. The guys over at F secure carefully examined one HP printer. It was an M 7 25 Z multi function device MFP. But once they reported their findings to HP at the end of April, HP found that their use of common firmware across printers meant that at least 150 other printer models were also affected across the laser jet page wide and scanned jet families. Updated firmware has been available from HP since November 1st. So anyone having any HP printer who might be a target of either inside or outside attack will definitely wish to update all of their HP printers firmware. The first of the two problems tracked as CVE 2021 39 28 8 with a CVS rating of 9.3 describes a vulnerability that could be used to create worm able exploits that can self replicate and spread to other HP printers inside internal networks or over the Internet. The trouble is particularly worrisome because it's a buffer overflow in the printer's font parser. So just causing a vulnerable printer to print a specially crafted page or PDF could take over the printer. The F secure researcher said that the flaw could be exploited to gain control over a printer's firmware to steal data data or assemble devices into botnets all while leaving little evidence of exploitation behind, presumably just operating in ram. They also indicated that attacks that abuse the vulnerability in various other ways such as attacking Internet exposed devices or by loading the exploit code on a website or inside an ad can also be successful. Users on corporate networks are those who view the ad will have the code reach out to ports on their internal network to exploit local printers..

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Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

Security Now

00:56 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

"It's a great time to be an IT. I mean, COVID just made IT more important, not less important, right? That's the thing. IT is a necessity. And if you want to get into one of the many IT careers out there, or even if you're already a seasoned IT pro, IT pro TV has something for every body. It's a great way to get that first certificate. The certificate you need to get that job make yourself desirable to employers because IT pro TV is the official training partner of compete, it's a good place really good place to get those search that many people start out with the a plus or security plus or network plus, there's actually Linux plus there's lots of these. Those are really good search to start with. But it doesn't stop there if you're already in IT. It's a very good way to expand your knowledge, enhance your skills to recertify for those search you already have to get new search as well. And the best part is it's easy. You can watch anywhere, computer, tablet. They've got apps for Roku, and Apple TV. It just couldn't be easier to watch. 20 to 30 minute chunks. So watch during the lunch hour, still have time to play a little frisbee afterwards. It's going to fit in with your schedule. And also, because they have transcripts, by the way, I should mention 5800 hours of downloadable content. And all of it has transcripts, which you can search so you can jump right to the thing you need to know. You know, I don't understand question four on the a plus test, by the way, they have that too practice tests. Let me go look into that a little bit more and you can jump right to that part. It's got everything you need to be really easy. Every month this year they've been doing special events. This is December is python month to wrap up 2021, which I love. This is a great language. Very useful language for automation in IT. They're going to do a webinar.

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Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:02 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "microsoft" discussed on Security Now

"So the watch is that the doctor Webb researchers examined. Had default passwords of one, two, three, four, 5, 6. And most of them don't bother to employ encryption in their communications. They just use plain text. What this brings to mind is the glaring gap in consumer protection that currently exists in our tech industry. Because the difference between purchasing a well designed Wi-Fi router that might still have an inadvertent security vulnerability and this colorful plastic child's watch that communicates without encryption with remotely located command and control servers continually sending back all of the child's movements and is able to autonomously download any additional software at any time. To me, seems extreme. I mean, it's like it takes the consumer Ness way down to sort of a different lower level. And who knows what they're doing in the U.S., the engineers and scientists at underwriters labs are able to test toasters and vacuum cleaners because they were able to carefully examine and stress test the important functional safety aspects of those consumer products. But today's text gadgets tech gadgets are closed, black boxes, which are actively hostile to reverse engineering. I don't see any solution to this mess. Other than to take every possible precaution. You know, we're able to place our IoT devices on their own segmented network. If these wrist watches also have Wi-Fi radios, placing them on the IoT Wi-Fi would help. But they can still spy. Oh, and the whole point of this is to follow your kid when they're out and about, not in the home network. Right. Right. Exactly. And so to me, I would stay as far away from this ilari brand as possible, and I guess the only advice I would have. I mean, I could imagine, as you listen to these bullet points, these seem like cool things. The kind of features you'd want in and watch this tracking your child. Yeah. But use Garmin or you use American companies to begin with, I would say. Yes. Apple has watches that do all of this, probably at a much higher price. But they're available..

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 Iran-backed hackers accused of targeting critical US sectors

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Iran-backed hackers accused of targeting critical US sectors

"The FBI and other security agencies are warning companies that hackers linked to the Iranian government have stepped up their ransomware and other malicious cyber activities the advisory warns that in recent months a run has exploited computer vulnerabilities to target entities in transportation health care and public health Microsoft says it observed one of the groups trying to build a rapport with his intended victims before targeting them with spear phishing campaigns the

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 Saudi Arabia pledges 2060 target of net-zero emissions

AP News Radio

01:04 min | Last month

Saudi Arabia pledges 2060 target of net-zero emissions

"Saudi Aramco president and CEO I mean and I said has announced the state owned oil company aims to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by twenty fifty and it is zero from all our operation by two thousand and fifteen speaking from Saudi Arabia's green initiative forum NASA says the company understands that the road will be complex the plans the charging you will have its challenges but we are something that we can meet them and accelerate our efforts to a low emission future and this is coming from also the biggest producer of hydrocarbons in the world Saudi Arabia had earlier announced its intention to reach than that zero mark as a country but twenty sixty around canal ranks third behind Microsoft and apple as the world's most valuable company far exceeding the combined value of some of the world's biggest oil companies it produces the kingdoms of vast oil and gas products and received directives on supply production each month from the energy ministry office Saudi Arabia I'm

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 Microsoft: Russia behind 58% of detected state-backed hacks

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Microsoft: Russia behind 58% of detected state-backed hacks

"Microsoft's digital defense report shows Russia is responsible for a majority of the state sponsored hacks it is detected in the past year Microsoft says Russia accounted for fifty eight percent of the hacks mainly targeting government agencies and think tanks in the U. S. followed by Ukraine Britain and European NATO members the effectiveness of the solar winds hack which mainly breaches information technology systems boosted the success rate of Russian hacks from twenty one percent the previous year two thirty two percent China meanwhile accounted for only eight percent of the hacking attempts that Microsoft detected but successfully broke into targeted networks forty four percent of the time I'm

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Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

The Vergecast

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

"Big surface event panos pumped mega pumped screens folding cameras. Improved walk straight yet. So there was eight devices into an update to the so basically the context of this is mike. Smith has a bunch of new surface devices for windows eleven so they will drop in on october fifth and they also have an android successor for the surfaced u as a substitute so got surfaced. Pyrite which. I think. I wrote before they still announced but this is the kind of one. We've been waiting for years. Kind of minas ov- redesign but some Screen changes and internal changes. Fundable this stuff. So that was kind of expected and then really minor change. The surface pro acts as a wifi modal. That was kind of like okay. Cool that's happening. Then the surface go free again. Might changes Prices up upgrades this stuff. So yeah k- cool. We kind of expected that. As well. And i guess the surprise Surprise we were expecting a new surface book. But it's the surface laptop studio so replace but team that sort of name and like the way they did it but basically it's a complete redesign at the surface book. So gone is the detachable display. Which i guess i didn't like pessina and a faint everyone Questioned is it full. I don't think the surfaced laptops g necessarily has a good answer to who is it for either but the the actual design is essentially if you remember the odor acer laptops with the the screen folds for almost pulls food or hatred. Folio they post on. It is kind of that design. So it's not really like the unique design that you would expect from the surface of us. That's kind of like myself really focused. Previous who has been very unique hinges and stuff is like a kind of unique hinge in that sense for the overall designers. Yeah it's like one of those crazy eight laptops that we saw many years ago just looks a lot better and more refined

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Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07

The Voicebot Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07

"De pablo is not just for russian. It's language agnostic. correct. Yeah i'm not a doctor language agnostic. I mean we have some alternate will dirt in the system bobby multi folkston english-language russian vicious funny socks the today we have allegations in russian and like man polish it out vapors thankfully on human. Ob new rapes and countenances restaurants. And it's not like you like language. It's more like be working on very complicated tasks they working. can comprehend human language and of course that for english language. I is already enormous obstacle. And do you think it's harder to do it for russian or is it really just. It's a smaller market. And the activity right now is in english. It's a good question Lots of great folks who enjoy building can be systems and aleksey russian language. I mean i voted for Nozoe smart folks. They enjoyed the process. It's just when you were on her on one local later laka language which has relatively Small odense Rush i think is the second biggest long beach internet as far as i remember i might be wrong about this about the russian made is of second band is about something like that but the thing is when he focused on english language. You focused on so many problems. For so many countries you can address such allies markets. And you have. Such launched number of data sets in still sees a day not enough to solve the problem so focusing russian-language is definitely much more complicated. Of course like maybe some company as good by denault dive into russian Find something useful. They are but we know that you kind of go to dialects in the books and things of zale is a good basis for dallas. But that's not how people talk. So how shit so one of the things that we think

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'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#3) ft. Street Professor' (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #24) - burst 4

Ball & Buds

03:34 min | 2 months ago

'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#3) ft. Street Professor' (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #24) - burst 4

"You. Bastards lay leave. Britney spears alone right now a minute anyone who has a problem with are you with me. Because she's not well right now. I'm good good anyways. Kanye west put out an album. I had heard he was putting out. But i did not know when it came out but apparently called donde which i believe was his mother's name. If i remember correctly apparently it has a lot of songs on it. Because apparently i just found this out this morning twenty. Three of the songs landed on the billboard. Hot one hundred. So i thought i thought i read that incorrectly. So i'd like did a double take and i was like. Oh maybe they mean twenty three hundred and his whole career. I mean twenty three hundred twenty three on the top one hundred in his whole career. I was like oh. That makes sense. And i was like wait. I look back down. I read it again. I said don to twenty three songs. I say what the hell hummy songs on this album. And why yawkey pipe in this man up. I know twenty. Three songs shouldn't have been on the top one hundred. I mean unless he made a thirty five album psalm. Forty song then. Yeah maybe half of them would have been on there. But i know he ain't twenty-five album song you're telling me twenty three of them were we must have some shitty ass musicians out. Nowadays don't listen to the radio. Here's why don't listen. pop meet exactly what. Oh by the way he is. The seventh artists ever with ten number one albums. Good foxsports will sell ads for their super bowl super bowl fifty two wow super bowl fifty seven and they will sell those super bowl fifty seven ads for a record fifty for a record. Six million dollars per thirty seconds. Jeez louise that's a lotta money from thirty seven commercial. Could hey sony and microsoft. Ps five xbox shortages due to the semi conductor sorties. So if you are waiting on your console you might be waiting awhile and everybody boy nasty. I'm sure he got his already admitted to morning and ask him. But i forgot but i'm sure he already got his. He don't play and so it turns out that the shortage of so bad. That even my boy buck. Nash doesn't even have his yet. So this shortage must be really crucial. You know what i mean. Google this is big news. El salvador officially has become the first country to adopt bitcoin as their legal tender. So that's crazy. We're moving to the digital age now. Y'all digital currency is coming to every government so you better be ready. Start by goal. Put cash on your matches and what you do good. Oh good news in richmond. They took down the confederate robert e lee. That punk ass bitch. They took his statue down in richmond. Good good finally that shit out that damn city city is dirty and racists enough to clean

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The Subscription-Less Version of Office 2021 Launches Oct. 5

Daily Tech News Show

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

The Subscription-Less Version of Office 2021 Launches Oct. 5

"It will release the perpetual version of microsoft office. Two thousand twenty one on october fifth for general consumers available for enterprise right now. That's the version that doesn't feature updates or cloud services but doesn't require a subscription. You pay for it once. You can keep using it long as you want.

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LA Clippers to Announce Partnership During Groundbreaking for Intuit Dome

Motley Fool Money

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

LA Clippers to Announce Partnership During Groundbreaking for Intuit Dome

"Into. It's going to have a dome. Because steve bomber former microsoft ceo. Who owns the los angeles clippers clippers announced. They've got this brand new home. They're building starting in. I believe twenty twenty three and the naming rights have been purchased by into it so the clippers are going to be playing at the into it. Dome who doesn't want dome

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Arizona Becomes First State to Sue Biden Administration Over Vaccine Mandates

the NewsWorthy

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Arizona Becomes First State to Sue Biden Administration Over Vaccine Mandates

"Is now the first state to sue the biden administration over cove nineteen vaccine mandates. Remember as part of a larger plan to fight the pandemic and the delta variants the white house announced a new mandate coming soon. It says all companies with one hundred or more employees must require workers either be vaccinated or get weekly kovic testing businesses. That don't could face thousands of dollars in fines. Well arizona's attorney general calls that unconstitutional and filed the lawsuit. He argues the plan discriminates against us citizens since undocumented migrants detained at the border are not required to get vaccinated other republicans have also questioned. The legality of such a massive medical mandate for now at least president biden is not backing down. He met with top execs. From companies like microsoft disney and walgreens. It was an effort to highlight companies. Who have already required employees get vaccinated and some were workers. Get the shots because of it

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Biden Meets With CEOs and Business Leaders on COVID-19

WSJ What's News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Biden Meets With CEOs and Business Leaders on COVID-19

"President biden met with ceos from disney microsoft walgreens and other companies at the white house to discuss the cove in nineteen mandates. His administration plans to put into effect for companies with one hundred employees or more on the look forward to working together to beat this pandemic keep our economy growing and growing strong. Many companies already have their own plans in place but biden's announcement last week has been met with mixed reactions from the business community and the plan is also facing legal challenges from republican governors. Twenty me now with more on sentiment around the mandates is wall street journal white house reporter. Sabrina siddiqi hi sabrina. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so sabrina. Despite criticism of this mandate president biden has been strongly defending it. so let's start with businesses. Who are on board. What have you been hearing from the ceos of those companies abou- why they're choosing to go along with the president's plan. Well it's interesting. Because i spoke with the ceo of columbia. Sports where tim boyle and he said that the company had actually been debating internally whether or not to have more strict vaccination requirements they had just been encouraging employees to get vaccinated but didn't make it a mandate or a requirement of any kind and. He said that part of a concern about requirements was that employees who did not want to get vaccinated. Might just go seek employment elsewhere and so what the columbia sportswear ceo. Tim boyle said was now that the president is creating a standard across all businesses with more than one hundred employees. It kind of levels the playing field and so employees will know that this is actually going to be a requirement across the board and not just at their place of

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Microsoft Kicks off Its Vision for a Password-Free Future

Techmeme Ride Home

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Microsoft Kicks off Its Vision for a Password-Free Future

"Remember how microsoft wants to do away with passwords. Well today's the day 'cause starting now microsoft will let users access accounts without a password by using microsoft authentic cater windows. Hello a security key or a verification code. Coding the verge. It's a relatively simple process to remove your password to. You'll need to have the microsoft authenticated mobile app installed and linked to your personal microsoft account once that's complete you can visit account dot microsoft dot com and choose advanced security options and then enabled password lists accounts in the additional security section. You then approve the change from your authenticated app and you'll be password free you can always reverse the change and add a passer back to your microsoft account in the future and

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Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

Daily Tech News Show

00:15 sec | 2 months ago

Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

"Ireland's data protection commission open to investigations into tick-tock. The first covers how the platform handles. Children's data and gdp compliance generally while the second will at if tic tac is in compliance with personal data transfer regulations to third countries. Specifically china

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Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Establishing Jordan Lewis Missions

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Establishing Jordan Lewis Missions

"Do you talk about The loss of jordan in in the book. But that's not in the book but you have set up Jordan lewis missions dot org. Tell us about that. So people can understand what that is sure. Well this is a. We weren't looking for this matter fact my whole life. I was never looking for god until he found me. And that's the story of the miracles manhattan book. People are shocked that god would show up for wretched centers like us. It's amazing so with jordan lewis. We weren't looking for this but it came to us that we need to do something in his honor. He worked in tanzania with the engaged unreached people groups and that was his happiest moment other than being married and having a great job. He was very very happy young man because he served the lord and god. Bless this this. Kid i mean he was my four sons he was always the one who would put his money in for a coke and he would get three or four would pour out. He had this touch. Might study was investing investing in microsoft when he was fifteen. I mean say rich young ruler kind of kid who loved jesus had god's hand all over his life so we miss him but this foundation has been unbelievably effective. It was a great surprise that we're now working in forty un-engaged unreached people groups say we're connected with with tremendous leaders in some of the most difficult places around the world north korea pakistan china india many of the places that are in severe persecution. Right now and it's through volunteer staff. We it's just one of these things that came to us and we've been shocked at thousands upon thousands of churches have been planted and tens of thousands. Maybe hundreds of thousands of souls have come to christ who never had the opportunity to hear the gospel. And that's jordan lewis missions dot org if people want to find out about that.

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Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support

Daily Tech News Show

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support

"Announced several updates for teams including audio only support for apple. Carplay is also a cameo feature coming to powerpoint live to insert teams camera into a slide deck slide and ai powered speaker coach. Coming in twenty twenty two. That will offer speaking tips and automatic correction tools for video in the coming months. Teams will also add support for intelligent cameras from. Oem's like jabra neat polly and ye link able to track speakers during a

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Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

Geek News Central

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

"Apples always pushing the edge. And i thought apple kind of watched walked away from from cars but the apple watch executive is taking over secretive car project now. Just two days before hideaway. Doug field ahead of apple secretive car project that tech china's tap apple watch exact former adobe. Co kevin lynch to take his place so in the latest changing of the guard for the project known as project titan which is rotated leaders about as much as reporting shifted focused They replace individual so he's been working on this since july when he was brought in to help develop the vehicle software. He's been with apple since two thousand thirteen. Curiously bloomberg rights at lynch still reports to apple's cheap chief operating officer jeff williams and not to john daria the company's head of ai. So we'll keep a watch on what's apple doing anything apple build some apple bands will

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Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

Daily Tech Headlines

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

"With ai. Ethics chiefs at google microsoft and ibm published by reuters looks at what. Ai projects these companies reject in september. Twenty twenty google's cloud unit rejected a financial firm looking to us to determine credit worthiness and earlier this year. Google blocked features from analyzing emotions. Ibm turned down a client request for a more advanced facial recognition system microsoft place limits on software mimicking voices. All three companies said they welcomed clear regulation for

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Who Are Ransomware Gangs Targeting?

Cyber Security Today

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Who Are Ransomware Gangs Targeting?

"Which organizations are ransomware gangs looking to target. According to israeli cyber security firm kayla they primarily want firms based in the us canada. Australia and europe who on average earn more than one hundred million dollars in annual revenue and are not in the education health. Care government or nonprofit sectors. That's according to an analysis of forty five conversation threads on criminal forums. these forums are where initial access brokers claim to have hijacked into a company and are now selling that access to ransomware groups. Attackers are looking to buy specific types of access to victims so it and security administrators should pay attention to this. Highly desirable are companies. That have vulnerabilities in their microsoft remote. Desktop protocol set up which is used my employees for remote access as well as those with vulnerable virtual private networks setups using products from six palo. Alto networks vm-ware fortinet and cisco systems now in the last several months all of these products have issued patches for vulnerabilities. So you shouldn't be caught off guard for such access. Ransomware attackers are willing to pay up to one hundred thousand dollars and remember if your company earns less than a hundred million dollars a year. Don't be complacent. That's an average of the requirements of some attackers and only for messages seen during a narrow timeframe

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Unpacking the Azure CHAOS DB Flaw With Nir Ohrfeld of Wiz

The Security Ledger Podcast

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Unpacking the Azure CHAOS DB Flaw With Nir Ohrfeld of Wiz

"And manu often. I'm a senior secur security researcher here at the weasel near for our listeners. Who might not know whiz. Tell us a little bit about what was a classical with the company. Which helps you to uncover. The cloudy sokaia vulnerabilities exposure that. You're having your environments with toddlers. Some pretty eye-popping research on a big security finding in microsoft's cosmos db database feature which is a feature of its azure cloud ecosystem environment. Tell us if you could a little bit about the vulnerability you discovered and how you got to start looking at this cosmos database a festival every network caulking population goal. Is they database. Eventually every acting event you hear about in the news involves some kind of data league ransoming intelligence with all of that is is is inside the database. We've seen that debate is very popular. Among a gusto in our original goal was actually to find some common recent miss configuration. So we'll be able to show that in the product but You know one thing led to another and it will today maybe explain a little bit about what cosmos is. I mean obviously people are familiar with enterprise. Databases sequel server oracle and so on. Is cosmos a totally new database platform. Or is it just a kind of cloud and standardization of existing database technology. So a yet just a regular the cloud. This nation the college of databases like the go-to database solution for your customers. So we got the customers use cosmos debate for holding everything that you will the useful. Your standout databases. That's why such a high value because eventually it's a database. the customers don't have the actually possess. It's someone else's computer. Michael in this in this exempted

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"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"You might have thought as a group, so can I add other people to the group chat. You started church. Try It nope I. Don't think so chat dashboard. I cannot I can add a calendar. I guess I can create a new group chat. I can create a new one, but I can't add anybody to the one you started, so there's no real sets of teams that's just chats, and if you create a group chat or one to one chat is what it appears so anyway. I think it's handy if you're in the Microsoft, ecosystem. The personal ecosystems say you buy Microsoft three sixty five home, or you do like Microsoft three sixty five family. You've got set up with office already. Maybe you're doing. Some of the safety tools things like that. Now you have the ability to do. One chats specifically in the team's client on a mobile device because I don't know when this is coming to the desktop, or if they've said I have not seen anything about it coming to the desktop. I will say my one annoyance with all of this. One and only one okay fair point. Is that I have so honestly I. Have One two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine ten eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, I, have fourteen additional tenants. I am all Augusta in in teams. In. This essentially creates what appears to be another tenant in teams so I still have this problem of tenants switching in visibility into what's actually going on in that personal chat. Because I have to log. How essentially log out or switch orbs to go? See the personal stuff now? Yes, yeah. No good solves for you there. No until they like, switch the tenant switching or fix the tenant switching, so it's not as painful to switch between tenants. It's going to be an annoyance. Easy on mobile. It's rough on the desktop. Though right since this isn't on the desktop. It really doesn't matter at this point tiebreaker, but they came with that announcement. What was that like two weeks ago? Now or so I think if I showed up two weeks ago week ago, so on June twenty five. They made this announcement that they're bringing the power of tasks into your personal life to stay organized in interesting enough. This was posted by the planner team, so the planner team put this got an article out there within. Within the whole planner blog, so it's all planner based, and it's a new feature in the whole personal teams environment that lets you organize share tasks with friends and family, but then they go on to say that it's important to note that planner is still an enterprise, only APP so well. It helps power the new tasks. Teams feature for personal use. Planner doesn't support personal Microsoft accounts, so it kind of follows the whole pattern of this personal thing. Is that under the covers? It's using these office, three sixty five features or I don't know if its API's that its using its lake, not the full planner APP. It's just using a portion of it to power tasks in this whole personal. We can personal teams environment I guess sure let's let's go with that. Let's go with that. So that is a new one that if you had seen the personal teams and had played with it, you may have missed that you can now do tasks in it because it didn't come out under the teams and I. Don't know if they posted something under teams, too, but I ran across that unopposed under the planner blog. I haven't I. Haven't seen this one yet. At least on the on the team side so we can keep track of our podcast. Checks KOSCHECK's I was reading a text from my wife, and she needed the checkbook in tasks. Have check marks. Check them off. We can keep track of our podcast tasks in the teams. With our personal chat, so let's see if I add task. Ben To do something done. So now we have a shared task list between us. So if you go and check off, do you something I wonder if I get a notification. Chat. Personal tenant I'm getting alerts from my corporate again. Switching I have switched. Chat Scott created a task list. Shared, task do something. So it shows up in my chat as notification or the do something. In in here I can go assign it to. Somebody sent it back to you. Apparently you sign it, assign it to myself. I. Have just assigned the test to myself. Do something. Important. Notes at checklist item. I assigned it to myself and I completed it saving checked off I'm up to date and we that is skirt. You, do it i. can't you just create it? You can't do anything. No, no, you can't. Create it. Click go back into it. Go back in ten, and the cool thing is. It's all broken now. I just assigned it to. Yep. If you try, market is important. Beach balls or does the Spinney logo? Don't some work to do. There S at assured calendar I. Don't know where that gets created. Chat details create a new group chat. Yeah, I can't. I can block you. I can't add anybody group chat. I can only create a new one. So that is the new personal experience in teams. It is quite personal it is. It's interesting I mean I. Can again like you said if you're in the ecosystem in your teams all the time and you do want to like. Pull your family into their I. Guess you see the Weird thing is though so this is still the weird thing to me is you're still just creating a group chat this? This is all really resolve around creating chats. It does, and it's an interesting framing so I'm trying to think of the way I would potentially use something like this within my house or some my family members might use it, and the answer is we wouldn't..

Microsoft Augusta Ben Scott
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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"All one word at checkout. sperry software work in email, not on email. So, we could talk about this to Microsoft's push into the personal space with everything. If we want to go news, we had one other topic. We're GONNA. Talk about, but some of the news is kind of interesting to into the personal space like personal teams like personal teams. And did you see this article? I'm going to send it to you right now. About. Bring the power of tasks into your personal life to stay organized. Did you see this one too so we can talk about personal team, so let's start with personal. Teams took personal teams. I'll be darned if I now, so the teams client the mobile clients specifically recently gained a capability where you can now signing with an MSA account and not be signed into a teams tenant. So in the past you could absolutely sign in with an MSA. Microsoft account a regular consumer Microsoft account as long as that Microsoft account had been invited through, be sharing in or whatever they call it does. He essentially use a free guest? Kennel? Yes, the teams. Yes, so like in my case you took my g mail accounts. You added into a team inside your tenant, and that meant I could sign into teams, theoretically with my g mail accounts, but everything broke. Yes, said theoretically don't ever change the username for your MSA folks and interact that way, but now what happens is if you sign in with an MSA on a mobile device so I've only tried this from my iphone. iphone just to kind of see what it was all about the experience inside an experienced things like that, you'll be presented not only with your list of tenants. If you are part of a tenant with your say, there will also be another option in there. That's called personal, and if you signed into personal, it doesn't present you with any tenant level features, but you can do things like chat and video calls back and forth with other MSA accounts. Yes, so it gets really interesting, I think you're in the same boat. I have a personal account into Microsoft count that both have the same email address easy. ID's yes. To both in teams tenant so I have like a personal one. That's my personal one. Then I have another one that is. Tied to that to count. It's really weird. But yeah, this personal thing is interesting, and we were talking about it just from a pure technology standpoint because. As we've talked about the four are so much of the stuff is driven by office three sixty five services. How they're doing all this? What's all is going on in the background with these personal tenants because you don't really have it office three, sixty, five ten, that everything's tied to so as I go through my chat chats. I'm guessing they're just awesome. As your storage files are pulling from my one drive calendar is most likely pulling from my personal calendar, but then as you invite other people to. To join your calendar is not pulling from your personal calendar. Where have anything in my personal calendar? Everything is in my work calendar I have a lot of stuff in my personal calendar, and there's nothing there. There's nothing that pulls from it unless it would specifically be pulling from my outlook calendar, which I don't use that one. Yeah, so calendar does not pull from it, but there's no lake. Underlying teams tenants so as you invite because you can invite other people to collaborate with the ideas now you can use teams for. Scheduling stuff with the family for sharing files with the family or with friends. Making calls, they now actually have a task. Hey Scott said to me. Yes, but with wants to chat with you because it up, but which hide which bend say hi to. That was my personal one night you meant to talk to. Him Ben. Let me send it, so it's doing some contact. Discovering things to which is which is cool right, but it's kind of interesting because. Like I'm assuming if you share files in a chat, it's just automatically setting up some sharing on one drive, but it's gotta be implementing team slightly differently under the covers because of that yeah. It's a different type of experience, so go into that chat that I just started with you on your iphone, so you'll have the chat tab, and then there's the whole dashboard tab at the top there, too, so if you go into dashboard then I can create a shared calendar. We can set up a safe which is a place to securely store sensitive information like passwords and IDs in your own personal safe. It's protected by encryption. Upload a file, so we're going to play with us. We're doing this live while we chat. Why can share with you here? Here's a picture myself from a drone preparing the file the following Oh interesting. Okay so get this Scott. I just went to sheriff I with you, and it's the following. Characters are not allowed back slash colon star, question mark quote greater than less than pipe, pound and percent site that sounds familiar doesn't know because those are all allowed in one drive now now those are allowed drive for share point one drive personal. Personal still has character restrictions. Okay, let me try to find. Here here's a PDF. FOR SCAN DOT uploading. So where's it uploading to because I? Think the files that gave me the option to choose from were already in my one drive. So I added a file to our files TAB. Now you've done it and I don't know where it uploaded to. So it does give us. It's teams functionality than to chat, so it's like one to one chat, but still has what do chatter one many chat now here's the thing mixing up the words when you go into the chat in the mobile APP and signed into a personal account, your first prompt is to go to the chat tab and tap here to create your first group, which is really a group chat, not an office, three sixty five group, or anything else that you might have thought as a group, so can I add other people to the group chat. You started church. Try It nope I. Don't think so chat dashboard..

Microsoft Scott sperry
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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Things like valley. spelunker where I go to one drive in a web browser I click on shared and drill down six levels to find the thing I want I. Just want to right here, right? It makes sense kind of like the fact that you can have access like you said to all those files, and you don't necessarily have to sink every share point site you have access to. This is lending you. Pick and choose what you want to sink of those things that are shared with. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, more choice more flexibility, good things, so is this out today? Gradually rolling out in public preview and we've will be available worldwide by the end of September twenty twenty. Through like? My test tenant and I. Don't see it there. I haven't tried in Mine I. was just jumping into mine as well because I have not shared with me, removed from my shared list. Yeah, I don't think I have it in mine either yet so I don't know exactly where it doesn't that roadmap, but he said September I mean it's. It's beginning of July. Next three months. You should have it there, so here's a fun one here's. Here's a fun limitation of thinking about like sharing files and folders and things like that. If you, so all those files are now shared with you a folder. They technically live in another users storage, so if you share folder with me and I think it to my desktop. If I delete the files from my desktop from the sink, they're also going to delete near share, which makes total sense right because that's where. I mean that's the way all the other products too right. Well. No, they ask to his certain degree. They ask great. Five is shared folder and dropbox and I. Go to delete something it says do I wanNA delete it just for me like do I want to remove it from my local storage or do I want to remove it for everyone which is different? Yes, that is true I had gotten. If they do ask in this one, it does not look like yes, they are immediately sent to the recycle bend. Of the user who shared it with you there is no prompted appears. Yup, the other thing about that is if you read that section about deleting so this entire article focuses exclusively on share point online, one drive for business Microsoft teams, but if you go down to that leading section, it talks about one.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Call to get started with them today we member intelligent focuses on the Microsoft cloud so you can focus on your business. Right, so in in theory, I probably could have set up the routing it gets. It gets a little hairy probably could have set up the routing. Soleil went over the point to site VPN up into the azure through as some net, and then back over that site to site VPN to hit their local domain controller. Obviously, there's some risk there and that if that network connection goes down, you can't get to a domain controller so having one up. Up In azure gives them a nice secondary backup domain controller are they're not as dependent on that site to site? VPN, but you're routing tables to get people routing through all the different, some nets, v Nets and all of that can get a little wild as well. Run away from you quickly, and then all of a sudden near. Just you've implemented asymmetric routing and nothing works anyway. Yeah, or something breaks, and you can't remember where everything is configured. Never happened. No, not at all. We don't speak from experience there one bit. Yeah, so that was. That's my story and again it all seems to be working. I just have to get that power Shell Command to actually think the files because it appear to be triggering it, or for some reason, the Power Jacques Command wasn't picking up one of the changed. Changed Files Yeah, I mean you've got to invoke it, and then it still has to go out and reach out through the Croup and talked to the server and capture everything, and then get it across the wire. So there is still it's not immediate meal. This was like seven or eight hours after well, this commanded run like seven or eight times and. And there was still a file. It wasn't sinking to user to close it. It's a lot because it was after eight hours of waiting, and then it was there the next day, so we'll see I'll go dig through that and figure that out, but it would be nice if they could just authenticate against Azure ad and not need that separate domain service for the as your files, but I'm guessing there's something there with the whole m b and the fact that Azure ad is a real active directory. Welcome to legacy authentication stuff. Yes, we just need all share point because that takes here the sync issues. The only thing you don't have is you. Don't have it as a map network drive us. Drive. Goal is our previous episodes talked about clouds for file shares. There, you go and on that note we shall wrap up and let you listen to those episodes just like that. That was such an anti climactic ending. Should we put a hint tracks. We like.

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"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Of everything in business so Microsoft. Three sixty five business basic. Apps for Business Business Standard and then all of the office three sixty five enterprise as well as education skews which is super awesome disinfect. Yeah so things like advanced either. Very are only in those enterprise plans. There's probably some small businesses that would use it. Do you think like lawyer. Some law firms. That are probably. There's a lot of law firms that are probably less than three hundred users that may have a need for advanced discovery just due to their line of work. Some of that stuff isn't going to get included with your office. Three sixty five plan or Your Business. Premium plans so. I can't remember the other one I was going to do. You have that turn. Data loss prevention is one that also tends to know that when I did look at that one is included in everything they loss prevention is e discovery is not or advanced discovery the business premium plans do include in place holds an in place he discovery. Just not some of those more advanced features so really go take a look at this risk. Descriptions don't look at this at a super high level but yeah you have to avoid the marketing and the price and do all of that at a lower level they actually used to provide excel spreadsheets for these where you could do kind of pivots and filters and sorts. I've always found it helpful to go in. Make my own for those. So it is possible to still copy and paste the tables and things just out of the directly out of the or the mark down the on rendered markdown. That's offering get hub. Then put that into excel and be able to do to do those pivots based on how you want them. Because there's going to be a lot of noise in there that you can just kind of cut the noise out and get it to be what it needs to be right. So the first thing I do I copy and paste all dozen to excel and create a table and then I filter on the skew. I'm looking for for all the nose. So just show me everything under business premium that is set to know because that means that's not included and then I can. It makes it a lot easier to start from there when you're comparing what's a no in that column. I say yes. In one of my enterprise caloms. Yup just go ahead deletes. Excuse you don't want You get to where you need to be exactly. It's a little rough. I think you're in a potentially a little bit of a handicap position. Maybe coming in a small business and somebody like you are is saying well. Your best bet is to copy and paste from html into a spreadsheet and figure it out versus being an enterprise where you're buying thousands and thousands of seats you're going to have a salesperson at. Microsoft is very keen to sell those to you. And they're helping you figure that out or you have a finance guy that relieve likes excel and if you say he can go build me some really fancy excel spreadsheet. They'll light go hide in their cubicle for hours to create an incredible excel spreadsheet for. You know mark cubicle Spanish. No offense to anybody that's in finance and really likes their excel spreadsheets yet but yeah we didn't even get into our last blog article about securing everything your practical guide to securing remote work. I think. Security's maybe that's one. We can hold off and have as a conversation at another time because it does. I think it goes a little outside the boundaries of what you know when I put it in there about what we're GonNa talk about. We'LL GET INTO SPECIFICS. There of some things that you may or may not want to consider turning on like what are must haves versus not must have if you have access to these types of features like if you've got the licensing you're definitely going to want to turn some things on like full stop. They should just be on by default. Microsoft not might not turn them on by default for you. But they'll certainly be very vocal and I think you and I would be too about. Hey Let's light up the things that really make sense. Yes absolutely so to be continued next week because we don't have a topic for next week yet. We will talk about securing in which features you should turn on and off and how you can take advantage of these new skews and the security offerings there in. Yeah all.

Microsoft
"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Voice can now be added to my three sixty five business premium end. I believe in some of the lower skews so if you are a small business in you want to do voice calling you can just licensed business plans as well now and not worry about the enterprise plan just to give voice. So is that voice plan. Is that different than business voice? Because they've renamed all this stuff right where you have Microsoft three sixty five business voice. Which is that's in the Office. Three sixty five three the F. Juan. It's in the Microsoft. Three sixty five eighty three the Microsoft three sixty five business but not business premium did not realize they renamed that one. Well I will make sure to put the article to what is Microsoft. Three sixty five business voice. Isn't this voice that is I was just looking up. Phone system call transfer multilevel attendance skulk. Use includes okay so Microsoft. Three sixty five business voice. They and they combined to plans into this Mike stuff three sixty five business voices twenty dollars a user a month. What you used to have and you may still have. You may still be able to buy these separately because certain feature certain plans include certain features already cloud voice which was all of the auto attendant. Call queues call transfer voicemail that that was an eight dollar a month. Add on to just get the cloud voice functionality and then for twelve dollars a user a month you got those domestic calling plans or you could do domestic and international for twenty four but it started twelve dollars a month domestic calling plans. Cj Twelve dollars a month for domestic calling. You had eight dollars a month for cloud voice to get the features and the PSTN calling. They took these Microsoft three sixty five business voice. Now combines is twenty dollars a month which is eight and twelve fear cloud voice in your domestic calling in it includes both of those one. Bundle not confusing at all. I confusing at all and I'd have to look into this because I again I missed this but when you get into the office three sixty five set and things like your Microsoft three sixty.

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"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"The next two years So G. Suite is not Google cloud. It's not part of GDP it's not GCP but they were saying that it's coming coming out of the GCP. I don't know how they're measuring it. It's coming from the PCP group at Google is the are the ones trying to sell it at least to US enterprise customer. I mean more power to him. It's been a couple years. I've done some weird office three sixty five to G. sweet migrations. There are customers that that do it. I mean I I had one in the way back when that was like tens of thousands of seats going from yeah going the other day go just because I have not done it and this client is very apprehensive about doing it from the people that actually have to do it. It's coming being from a higher level because they're seeing I can do get this for free for the next two years or I can pay Microsoft left x million numbers of dollars for the next two years so it's totally dollars driven thing and began. It to make the evaluation. Yeah I mean they're going to spend a lot of money Johny trade. It's not just the migration time. It's the downtime. It's the user training. It is driving new behaviors right. There's a Lotta tooling changes so yes. You can still use outlook but it's not gonNA be like outlook with exchange because it's going to be like outlook with G.. Suite and some of the limitations sounds that come from being on a vendor that either fakes out exchange. API's or you go to. I'm APP. What does it do for your clients on mobile and then and what's your cost once? The free stuff runs out right. That's an interesting one because if you just we does that mean you're going to give up all the other things that are in your office licensing. Nothing too because G. Suite doesn't have equivalence for things like planner guy can do e mail files. I do doc say things like that but some of those additive pieces. Aren't there if you've already rolled out teams. What's your plan going to be there to move things move? Things were moved things through if you're gonNA move to G. Suite and get away from office. Are you giving up all your office licensing too because if you're maintaining your office licensing and you're already in license like what. What are you GONNA do? Just turn on the exchange component. You can't do that because you're still using teams it's kind of like it's a big mess as it professionals in the cloudera sometimes. It feels like we don't speak the same language as the rest of the organization so when stakeholders from finance or other departments start asking about a specific project or teams azure costs. They.

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"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Changing the products I think ultimately all this aligns to giving better prescriptive if guidance if the teams that built Microsoft teams want it to be all things to all people. That's fine but you better tell me the five or six ways that it can be all things to all people and it can't just be the marketing scenarios for it it's got to be clear deployment guide ends. It's got to be clear operational guidance. Guidance like tell me how to stand it up and then somebody will come back. And I've been guilty of this too right I. I've worked with customers. Who say Gimme the best practice? Let me out. It's like well I can tell you how to be the best bank in the world but I really can't tell you how to be the best retailer right that the best grocery store whatever it is. That's not my background where I've been I get some with that but somebody ultimately has to come out and maybe just say hey I can tell you how to be the best widget maker in the world and you know what if you're a customer and you come in when you buy it and you don't make widgets at least maybe you can see the scenario and align it to whatever it is that you actually do out there okay so this works for obviously SAS products. That's what we're kind of talking about there. For something. Like azure though that is the past. Let's talk about platform as a service. Can you really do that as easily early with that. Because they're they need flexibility so that people can build products on top of past service. Do you have to shift something something there or kind of like going back to windows windows core windows. That's about example. Let's just stop with that. Pass those services have to be flexible so that people can build whatever they might be trying to build on past. Do you think a lot of this feedback is coming more from paths services or. Is it more those office. Three sixty five though SAS services where you expect to buy them turn them on and not have to do anything well. I think it's a little bit of both also. Certainly you feel more pain with those SAS services where you've just bought it and you expect to turn it on and not do anything but in Ayrshire land or aws wherever as you go ahead and buy a pass service like a web APP great. I bought a web APP. You know you have to deploy your product or your website on top half of it or or your container or whatever. It happens to be so if they took something like that though again very clear like just line in the sand operational guidance like if I go into Azure and I want to know what is the performance of and Asher web APP. Well now I've got to go learn about APP service plans. I've got to go learn what small medium and large actually equates to you in all the different regions across like hey what kind of Vm. Is that actually running in the background. and Microsoft Comeback has eight doesn't matter we manage the VM. For you but for some customers it does matter because they already run a workload on premises where they can directly Acquai- we CPU and Ram to performance. Got US so they don't want to go through the exercise figuring out what is an ACU. How does an ACU MAP to? VM AM series. How does it Vm? Series map back to an APP service plan. and Oh my gosh. Why did I have to do all that data and then they want to tie in analytics and they have to go pull well and just completely blanked on the as your service?.

Microsoft Asher Ayrshire
"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"This was interesting so and I took it a little bit differently than you did. Then maybe it's because I'm a consultant because I'd like to figure stuff out but my reaction. I think a bunch of other reactions from people were to do that. Because of the breadth of the Microsoft products and the ways they can be integrated together. The ways you can use different ones. It is is overwhelming and it takes a lot of effort to stay up to date. I'm learning new stuff every day. I have immigrated stuff together when you look at the way. I'm using AZURE AUTOMATION FOR SOME OF MY GOVERNANCE. I don't know maybe Microsoft did think of. Hey we can run off three sixty five power. Shell scripts now and Azure automation and tied in with Mike South. Three sixty five. Maybe they didn't but how does Microsoft how do you get some of those hacks and work arounds only relying on Microsoft and because every customer is different the way they use these may be different. So if you only hear from Microsoft to be honest Mike acceptors deploying this and a lot of an uprise tenants. They're not deploying or they're not working closely with the one hundred one hundred and fifty person shops and there's so many different ways to use this that Kim Microsoft truly give a one hundred percent prescriptive guidance the way that some of these people may want they want to sit here and have Microsoft. Tell them exactly what to do. But can you really do that. With the amount of flexibility that's in the platform in the the myriad of ways that people are using it. All right so I'll come back if people are complaining that it's too flexible. Maybe it's too flexible people. Maybe you have built a little bit of the wrong thing. They're like if you've made it so hard to use that. You can't provide prescriptive active guidance. It doesn't matter if it's the right guidance or the wrong guidance like in today's world finding prescriptive guidance based on that stance you're never gonNA to get it and if you can't provide that prescriptive guidance. I don't think you can actually tell me the why of why you built a why. That just doesn't work out and that that doesn't align those those two things don't comport to me and come back so you know there are always going to be customers who are one offs there the special snowflakes and the rainbow with twelve colors. The Unicorn. whatever it is those exist but quite often with this world where we buy shrink wrap things or ask products they really only should have like one or two ways to work right if you go by salesforce for crm. It's pretty clear what it does. How does it and then if you want to extend it you sit here and you go over into the forest platform or you purchase this module or you go out into this vendor ecosystem and you get these things but if you just want to light up salesforce for kind of course crm scenarios? Hey It's you know it's priced fairly clearly arguably more clear within dynamics and it's got a straightforward method to implemented. You want to do meetings in the cloud with video and audio if you looked at the way maybe somebody like zoom positions themselves versus teams for meetings which one's going be clearer for you to figure out what it does and how to get started with it. Yeah exactly I mean they're going to go to zoom. Zoom is very focused on we do online meetings and and Webinars so now you've run into the thing where all of a sudden because Microsoft designed the products to do all the things for all the people they mixed enterprise and consumer and small business and large business and medium business and monster business all together in the same place you know. That's certainly a part of it at least if if Israel's like it is right if you could give me prescriptive guidance like you said for being a small business and on boarding to office three sixty five like I want the next next next. The operational checklist where Microsoft feels. This is how I could on board to outlook and I'm not saying like on board to you outlook and use it. The Best I can. I'm just saying onboard to it and get it on. And then I can figure some things out later. But aligned to the real world not a convoluted food made up scenario where here's how you onboard to outlook and you can share your status from outlook two teams using this ad in and then your sales manager can come through team. I don't care about any of that I just WanNa know. How do I let license? How do I on board the user and how do I deploy the product? So going that route do you think taking something like teams. Let's take teams because teams tries to be everything and all the products for all the people should they have stayed with outlook for mail and messaging. skype is four. Four chat and phone calls in teams is for meetings. Should it have been or could there be an argument made that it should be broken down into more more one product. One US not this teams where it's meetings.

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"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Poor Click the link in the show notes below right so I have a few thoughts based on what you said do you think. One of them is fundamentally Microsoft's Christoph Documentation and this kind of goes back to what I feel like you kind of started with is the documentation that you get from. Microsoft Fundamentally League is somewhat geared more towards the how and not the why that is a good portion of it and quite often my take on it. It's it's geared towards the wrong how it's always geared towards getting started and getting started with what quite often to me feels slake a convoluted scenario or something that's not aligned to the way I see customers consuming Microsoft products out in the real world. They they often feel like they were designed in a vacuum and then you know the products released and then we have to integrate over time on an answer to a problem over in the tech a community or a forum or someplace else rather than actually just having clear and concise guidance in the first place like why did you build this. Okay okay you built it for this. Why now how do I do that? Well I guess they would have to know the why for why they built it because they obviously saw a I need somewhere. Do you think some of this too is Microsoft's reliance and partners in consultants. Because I mean let's look at the sheer scale of the Microsoft products. There's so many. Hundreds of them across azure office. Three sixty five makes up three sixty five got massive. How do they go about creating documentation? That's that in depth to cover those scenarios or do they just need to go a little little bit deeper or do they truly rely on consultants and partners to really understand a lot of that technical depth so they don't a father with that because they're relying a lot more on consultants and maybe the message. Does it get relayed to customers. I don't know this is kind of one. We're I'm I'm thinking on my feet here. Goes actually literally standing up. Yeah I certainly think that some of it. There's always the as a Microsoft partner somebody who's been in the partner ecosystem for a long time. Microsoft does rely heavily on their partners. Now I'm not sure that's always clearly communicated to customers immerse if you put on your customer not hey. I'm a partner to bill my customers just from a pure customer perspective. I already bought the product product from Microsoft. Why do I need to go and pay a partner to help me to play it? Because I'm paying Microsoft for this. They should why can Microsoft not tell me how to deploy their own product and sometimes for customers like I've I've worked with some larger enterprise customers with that turns into oh well we can bring MCS in well great great but MCS is consulting services right. They are services they're part of the field they're effectively and other consultants. There are a whole different business unit. Mike right they're or not the actual people that built it telling you how to do it and get it out there and push it forward so if the answer for are you know the majority of products ends up being well. You bought it and now you need to go buy a consultant to as a customer. How do you even begin to you rationalize that cost up front and would you ever really want to buy Microsoft thing again? If that was the answer that was just on the marketing page because when you go and buy office his three sixty five you go to the pricing page and you say I need this many F- flight senses or Eli Senses or Business License or whatever they are and then you just by those skews and you you expect it to kind of work and light up and do what it's going to do and that's just not the case. You need to immediately reach out to somebody else and ask ask for help. If you're not deeply ingrained in it and I think you have to pay a lot for that expertise and that's okay like people should absolutely be consumed compensated for for their knowledge. I'm not saying that you know you're not you're paying somebody to turn the rents you're paying them for the thirty years of knowledge and having turned that wrench bunch of times in the past so that is valuable but D- Anita in every situation or should you feel like that's the way it's going that you that you always do need it in every situation I think for a lot of the customers I interact with particular unlike the training and enablement side. They're always asking us for more real world scenarios like. Hey It's great that you showed me how to do this thing. But how does this apply to my environment which actually doesn't look that different than in other environments. Because you know I'm a financial services institution so we go out to all the other financial services you know like you're working with the Credit Union Union and all the other credit unions are doing the same type of Credit Union type things right if they're consuming the same product. But you can't get that knowledge out there anywhere and I get that because I have. I've had multiple customers where I'm interacting with them. We're talking to through stuff like and I'm going to go to office three sixty five myself three sixty five. Because that's where I tend to live a lot is the plane teams or our customers. I've talked with just rolling out share point in terms of sites it's a navigation and hubs sites and all that and the question I always get and I think this ties directly into this is what's Microsoft's best practice for deploying the service service it goes back to the how. How should we do this? Based on what Microsoft's guidance is around complete deployment and a push to go live of share point or push to live of teams. I want step by step instructions of the best way to do this. Yeah well I think some of that is is and that's another thing is you potentially may never get that guidance because of the way some of the teams approach product delivery today so as an example project CORTEX announced that kind of brand new product. Ready to go ready to come out. So Microsoft has announced that they want to bring customers in like early adopters to the CORTEX program as a part of bringing early adopters in they specifically called out so that we only want people who effectively are going to be nice to the product right. They're going to go with us. They're going to participate with engineering and they're going to be okay with these is kind of course scenarios and we really want to validate push through like okay but you might go through a six month interruption. Like that without ever getting like truly negative feedback acker figuring out. Why another customer like? It's not going to work for them based on on the constructs through the constraints and all of a sudden. You've got another products that came out as an island. It's not natively integrated into the rest of the things that feels like it was bolted on top. Whatever it happens to be? It's a very difficult place for customers. Customers to land. I understand where Microsoft comes in as a vendor and they certainly have some issues on their side but ultimately like if customers are buying these things. Then you've you've got a bigger problem as a vendor yeah I agree as it professionals and the cloud era. Sometimes that feels likely.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"So if you're running office three sixty five business ten in a matter business enterprise whatever it is and you don't have teams today you can just go and sign up for a free Microsoft teams trial and on the back end. That in the past was giving you things like a Microsoft commercial cloud trial license so that you could go ahead and and get all your stuff in place and it would stand up and give you that teams trial license and then if you needed exchange licenses things like that we would go ahead and laid up and do what needs to do because that's what this team's commercials club trial is it's not just teams. It's teams then all those office three sixty five services whether yes it is it is all all the things that need to come to support teams along the way. So what's happening is the Microsoft teams commercial cloud trial offer. You're that is a mouthful. Full is transitioning over to a new license or a new trial offer which is going to be called the teams exploratory experience. That's a mouthful either. So the teams exploratory exploratory experience. Like if you've never done a trial of teams in your tenant then this will go ahead and light up a whole bunch of stuff. So let's it's just rattled down the list of what's going to get turned on if someone signs up.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"It pro. Speaking of Max. Do you know what else has an issue. What other issues I have with Max Right now? let's see Ruby Microsoft Program one Dr Consuming All your memory or Microsoft spender. ATP that consuming all your memory. That doesn't run anymore on mine. Is it a broken. Oh I got it. So you installed Microsoft's web fluent fonts because you wanted to have semi light on your computer and and it screwed up all your electronics obsolete teams and now none of that. That was funny and to do that too. I have all kinds of issues. If you would like to find an issue with America. Come talk to let me know in reality. ATP for like the last two months just has trouble starting sap. I haven't tried to fix it. I don't know if it's running or not in the background but I don't have any you I into it but the biggest one that has raised way more noise than anything else is an issue with screen sharing hiring and Microsoft teams in to be fair. I don't know entirely where all the blame lies with us. It is Mike Saas. Everybody blames Microsoft. But there's been some twitter status is out there and all of this around Catalina because this issue surfaced with Catalina and Mike self teams and we can link to the thread out there and it's not actually anti-community it's an answer that Microsoft Dot Com. We are up to a grand total total now of seventeen pages of people discussing this issue and trying to get around it. But essentially what happens is in Mac. Os Catalina UH. They have that new screen recording security permission so in order for anything to work that in some way capture something off of your your screen. This could be snagged it could be web are deal webex could zoom. It could be teams. It could be any other screen capture tool screen recording tool blah blah blah blah. It requires you to give that APP permission to record your screen so naturally if you WANNA do screen sharing and teams do go give the permission. It'll prompt for permission and say permission retirement screen. Now the issue comes in after you've given that permission and you go into a teams meeting. Everybody has started complaining. Well everybody seventeen pages of people three hundred eleven people have the same the same question but they go to show their screen in they. It continued to get that prompt. You have to allow screen recording to share your screen. People go through and they're like I've done it I've reset it. I've UNINSTALL install reinstalled I've restarted. I've done all this stuff and he can't get it to go away. There was one person that discovered this. And I've kind of kept going with. It is certain APPS and I have a list of that. I've found about ten of them now. Black screen recording or black teams from determining that setting in some way. So it's Kinda like when you go. Click screen sharing teams. It has to loop through all the open APPs on your computer and see which ones you can share because you know when teams you can share like your whole screen and you can just pick certain APPs to share. It appears that when it hits certain APPS when it's looping through all of them just crashes out of whatever that queries that's running thing and it'll keep popping that up so I've found it with like harvest time tracking Microsoft to do Cisco VPN the photos. APP Catalina so max native photos APP if any of those are open screen sharing. It doesn't work. You get that prompt of go give permission as soon as you close those apps apps screen sharing work so you.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Your your ball club that change your culture. Sure cloud where it's going to mean different things to different people and this year tonight. This is our first time really coming with that Microsoft. Three six five brand. I think as you look across all all the booze the office similar look and feel. This is the first year. Doesn't Look Greg Persona a whole bunch of different products but really trying to tell a story so this is part of our transformation are digital transformation nation. We're doing going we've got to work as one. What's great is on the inside? We no longer have these silos building things about talking to other people. We really are working together on great. You're doing this and I'm doing this. How do we bring together so our customers are going to win and doing this? Because they're going to get more products better products they're going to get them cheaper and faster and things that work across or things like say shirt bring in zoom bring in these other third party things and work better in our ecosystem work off the device that makes sense. I work by quite a bit. I love it. Works great for me right so it's really trying to do and I think we're on the right path and I'm curious to have this conversation a year from from now where you go people now Microsoft three six five or now they're understanding it but this is our first. You're really going. This is and the team was built in January and I was added then to specifically okay. We're going to see a lot more. Hopefully a lot more clarity as this four as you're developing spied. I appreciate you helping helping us to clarify for your audience and if this keeps going that's fine and we love feedback are we. Are we saying the right things. And if it's there and if you don't feel we are let us know office has not gone away stole available to separate skew but we want customers to take a look at how it can help by going a little bit wider and doing everything will workout. Well all right sounds good. Thanks a lot Steve. Home pleasure chatting some more and hopefully have a couple of days. Are you going to universal tonight. I I am not. I'm having dinner with some friends which looking forward to it. Because there's a lot of people that come here that I just don't get the senior us. Two sessions guys go and you have a great time is is John it several years in a row and it's an awesome time. We ran out the whole park. There's the new Harry Potter right. There's the new haggard together to go on it is. It's fun this. It is for me. Cadillac you it's all about the people and you come to the sessions too old. But if you haven't had the chance to I would encourage you to come for the people apple you get to meet Mason..

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"In this episode we have a tube back on the podcast to talk about what to expect from Microsoft ignite we reveal some big news around stats and captured session information own conferences in.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Cloud shell both bash power show you know she can find escalations in there or breakouts in their than they would very much like to know that and potentially pay you for it and then you're doing asher stuff you might want to get involved in other bounty programs as well so new dynamics three sixty five identity devops every single one of those kind of has their own little thing along the way this does not mean that <hes> you can just as regular customer go out and hack so you know you still need to make sure that you're paying attention and following microsoft's kind of engagement rules for things like port scans fussing anything like that along the way you might want to still be opening up support tickets and getting that information into the right folks so you're not just getting your our tenants shut off for no reason exactly and you can make a fair amount of money. If you're really good you can make a living off of this bounty program yeah. There's some decent penguins in here. I'm going to say it's probably not very easy to actually find something considering the size and scale and scope of microsoft's internal security team team but if you find something or confined stuff can get paid pretty well if you can find something but this one's not for well. It's at least not for me it. It is certainly for security researchers and things like that so keep that in mind yes not something i will be diving into myself. I self either all right two hundred more. Should we call that a day so we can go. I would say prepare for hurricanes but it's just going to be sitting here and watching the weather that's for you. I still got a pack more furniture to bring in and fill up my basement still so are working on it slowly slowly slowly but surely and then i think my neighbor. He did his yard last week so he put new saad down. He's got all the pallets in his yard. I might just have to like go over there and take all those pallets and be passive aggressive passive like throw them down in front of us garage and say like hey. You know you gotta take these in thing. We can't have projectiles running around seventy eighty mile an hour winds. Whatever the heck we're supposed supposed to get here. She's just waiting for the hurricane to take care of those pallets for him. Just hopefully not into the window of your house. Yeah that's fine if he drops them off in your neighborhood hood but being that they're like reading between our two houses. That's not my ideal scenario. Yes speaking of projectiles last tidbit for anybody still listening. I i was driving down to ninety five the other day and it just kind of struck me as funny the construction crews so they're working on a bunch of highways around here and naturally there's a bunch of porta johns or porta-pottys whatever you wanna call them out along the highway for the construction workers to us if they have to go to the bathroom they took all of those were strapping amendment to to the front of the machine so like taking giant truck straps and strapping all of these to the front of the front loaders and bulldozers and all of that to make sure that toilets do not go flying down the highway and the hurricane v yeah sure things you don't think about when there's no hurricanes around is all of this stuff that can start flying around and massive wins yeah. I'm interested to see what it's like over at my my parent's house so that they moved into you kind of brand new units so everything was just built within the last couple months but they're on one of those places where the street isn't finished yet because they're still still building the houses at the end of the street so there's lots of in process kind of things going on there so i firmly expect you know when i go over there. I'm gonna have to leave my car outside so they'll probably enough to buy four or something windshields but i've always wanted any windshield so let's do it or just go buy a bunch of wood and build a garage.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Welcome to episode one hundred and forty one of the microsoft cloud i._t. Pro podcast recorded live september second two thousand eighteen this show about office three sixty five and asher from the perspective of i._t. Pros and at users where we discussed the topic or recent news and how it relates to you the hurricane dorian episode of this podcast we spent some time talking about hurricanes news around hurricane doria followed up with asher and office three sixty five news the button doe that was anticlimactic. I was waiting for like a rocket ship taking off or something like that a rocket ship how about out a hurricane storming in on this hurricane edition of the podcast yeah. We seem to have a couple of these. Every year turns out. <hes> hurricanes are a thing yes and they are about as unpredictable as i was gonna. Come up with some cloud joke and i have nothing something's gotta be unpredictable in the cloud is the hurricane doreen seems to be where your settings are going to be in office three sixty five adleman about that there you go. That's very unpredictable. Yes always moving being in changing locations just like doria yeah so how sorts of fun times hurricane blown in so that means for me being out on a <hes> more the ocean side. I'm not as far inland as you are. I get to evacuate yes. I'm pretty safe here. I emptied the the back porch. I was going back and forth. Take the pool stuff into. I leave it out taking into leave it out and it's been so unpredictable i caved in my garage is jam packed with everything that was out the hard as a mess. This is hurricane. Season is one of the few times a year that you can actually actually put a car in our garage so we <hes> you know my wife and i are are northerners right haven't quite picked up my southern drawl and in the northeast or at least the northeastern united states when you have a house you have this amazing thing underneath it called the basement marvelous yeah where you can just store all of your things and then all of a sudden you move south and you come to this place where aware it's all sand in your backyard and everything sinks and russ and rots away and they don't have magical basements so i've come i'm to the conclusion after talking to several neighbors and others down here from the northeast that in florida our basement garage we we don't have anything to the way that says we were not allowed in like we have to put our cars away at night. They can be in the driveway so there's my basement but there is this like one to two times a year. You're where i need my basement so i parked my car in a garage. So that was saturdays. Adventure was getting ready for that and then i'm still at home now but they we started evac for the part of jacksonville that i'm in today so we're in kind of a lower laying area and then <hes> the part of town that we're in is is only accessible by a few bridges so if those bridges closed down because of wind or get damaged in some way and you haven't laughed kind of this the the island jacksonville then you can't get out which could be detrimental to emergency services like we only have like one or two hospitals over here and they're all pretty north so we're going to go ahead and do the responsible thing and just hop out to the other side of the intercoastal or as we love lovingly referred to it on this side. We just call it going to the other side of the ditch. You come to my side of the ditch yup. That's the plan. You know. It's it's monday the afternoon now and they said they started evac for everybody from saint augustine all the way up to jacksonville beach this morning so that all came through.

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Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"microsoft" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Your settings for Microsoft teams what you will see up at the top is a little dialogue that says important removing teams admin setting in the new Mike, soft teams on Skype for business Edmund center if the setting unavailable here already been moved over there, but there are still some settings there. So from an org wide perspective, some of the government sendings you to think about is the first one is maybe, whether or not you even want to allow. Guest access to your environment. If you're going to allow people to ABC Gast's to your team's environment in if you're going to allow users inner teams to invite guests in, so this is one setting that should be looks like it may have gotten moved and mine. I have seen it both places both in the Microsoft teams under services and Adams in terms of being able to allow gestation. They're actually, in my now it is under the org wide settings in the new teams Adleman center if you go to guest access the very first radio button is just allow guest access teams are not allowed guest accessing teams. So that's one of those big settings that it kinda wanted to side right away. Because if people start inviting guests in it may be too late. So this is I believe this one is now by default for grad settings. It is. Yes. And then once you have decided can away. What guest access if you're going to allow guest access, or not, you do have a whole bunch of settings at organizational wide level. So when we're talking organizational level, this isn't specifying, these settings for a given team or even channel this is every single team within your tenant. Are you going to allow these settings are not so with under this guest access in the new Microsoft teams and then Senator you have things like if your guest are going to be able to allow or make private calls? So actually doing voice calls within your Microsoft teams environment. And then you have certain settings around meetings. So if you're going to allow IP video in your meetings for guests or not, if you're going to allow guests to have screen sharing in even what that screen sharing setting is. So you can disable it. Completely. You can say what they're only going to be able to share. Air applications, or they're going to be able to share their entire scream in, then you also have settings around messages in this is things like whether guests can add, it messages that they send or if they can delete them if chat for those guests is able to disabled, so you may only guests to be able to communicate with an channel or to be able to carry on that cameras Asian within two channel a team in that send private messages to other users in your organizations via chat, so you can turn off chat. You can turn off shifts. You can set rating on those Jeff's memes stickers. So all of these different settings that you may want to apply organizational wide around what those guests can or can't do to again. Maybe you don't want them to be able to do video or to be able to do screen sharing for security reasons for sensitivity reasons or to be able to. To make calls or chat so they can essentially chat with anybody in your organization. These are those org wide settings that you really want to think about what functionality should just guests people to do within teams or outside of teams. Correct. And then you have to be able to bring your users up to speed on that as well. So I've been in tenants before were where some of these settings for zincs like guests being able to share their screens is not on. So the very first time that you're on a call. And you say, hey, can you share your screen with me? I can't. Oh, no. There's certainly some end user considerations as well for consumption of these products by your users, not just the guests who come into that ten exactly kind of, once you move on from guests or even before you get to guest. You also have your team settings. So this is another one of those that is organizational wide. This is teams across the board. And this is more when you start getting into your end user settings, and maybe some of those settings that you might your end users to do these when you get into team settings internal users in guests are controlled differently. So a lot of those guests settings you can't set organizational wide for your internal users, and we'll get into that in a little bit how you kinda control some of those same settings for internal users. But team settings organization allied, this is something that you really should go into look it right away. Because there are a. There's a few key aims in here that are enabled by default that you may want to disable so within your team settings you have things like the Email integration if knew allow Email addresses for different channels, but the one that actually surprises me and I don't know that everybody realizes this is that files tab in eighteen by default has the option for your users to go in an ad share file dropbox box or Google Drive as cloud storage to the files tab. Inner Microsoft team. So if you're rolling out teams in near concerned about governance about data laws about where people are storing things, and you're not maybe blacking, these at the firewall level users may still be using teams. But then storing all their files and some other third party rather than using the share point site associated with teams. So one of the settings that you can do or glide is going and disable the ability for them to. Add share file dropbox box Google Drive any number of those. That's a check backs for each one within your team. And that is one of those that is on by default teams when Microsoft I enabled it, it was on so that may be one that you want to go down and go in and shut those off right away. If your corporate policy is would cheer point is our location. For those cloud based file shares that's a little bit of weird run. Like you said it is on on by default, and you have to make that decision. Do you moderate you allow that maybe he goes through a, some of Microsoft's Caspi tools or another proxy or something just to see what happens? But, but it can be difficult to get insight into what's going on, when she opened the floodgates in the stuff, south stuff's out there. Absolutely. So that's kind of the big one from that org wide sending you have a couple other ones around devices and how meeting room devices operate in. In terms of requiring pins authentication to access meeting content resource accounts being able to send messages that are tied with these room devices and conference rooms, but those are kind of those big team settings for internal users within the new teams. Admin center, one of the settings that may be valuable to you. That.

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