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Back to the roots: A look at the SharePoint Architect’s Planning Guide book (Packt Publishing)

I’ve spent much of my career in Microsoft’s collaboration & modern workplace tools and services. Having started with SharePoint Team Services and SharePoint Portal Server 2001, I had over a decade of fun with both on-premises, hybrid, and cloud deployments… Read More »Back to the roots: A look at the SharePoint Architect’s Planning Guide book (Packt Publishing)

Thoughts on preparing and passing the new Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect (SC-100) certification

This past April, I had a chance to try out the new Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect (SC-100) certification exam beta. At the time, no official study or preparation material was available. As it usually goes with beta exams, the results take… Read More »Thoughts on preparing and passing the new Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect (SC-100) certification

So, what’s up?

It’s been a while – about six months – since I last wrote one of these posts. I like to take a frequent look back to track achievements, significant milestones, successes, and life’s challenges. The weeks have been hectic but… Read More »So, what’s up?

A look at the Azure Well-Architected Framework in the context of multiple Azure AD tenants

The past decade has been very rewarding in working with Microsoft Azure. Each month – sometimes each week – we get new capabilities, updates, and innovations. Sometimes the pace is too staggering, and many people struggle to keep up with… Read More »A look at the Azure Well-Architected Framework in the context of multiple Azure AD tenants

I’m speaking at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference in November – see you in Copenhagen!

This coming November – which is still so distant when writing this – we’ll meet again in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, for the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference. The event takes place between November 28 and December… Read More »I’m speaking at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference in November – see you in Copenhagen!

Setting up Microsoft Teams Shared Channels between three companies for frictionless communication

After a lengthier-than-expected wait, the Shared Channel capability for Microsoft Teams landed in one of my tenants last week. I don’t follow Teams-related news or announcements that closely, but I knew that the preview of this feature was close to… Read More »Setting up Microsoft Teams Shared Channels between three companies for frictionless communication

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