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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

Building the perfect recording and podcast audio setup with the dbx 286s mic preamp/processor and Shure SM7B dynamic microphone

In mid-2021, I upgraded my home office with some acoustic panels from Elgato. Since then, I’ve done plenty of upgrading with my recording and podcast audio setup. Previously, I had a decent microphone from RØDE – the Procaster (see here… Read More »Building the perfect recording and podcast audio setup with the dbx 286s mic preamp/processor and Shure SM7B dynamic microphone

Building a more secure remote access setup with Tailscale to access Vaultwarden and Synology remotely

About two months ago, I deployed Tailscale to provide a secure remote access solution to my internal (home) network. If you’re not familiar with Tailscale, please check out my previous article on the basic setup. As a quick primer on… Read More »Building a more secure remote access setup with Tailscale to access Vaultwarden and Synology remotely

Transforming your organization to cloud-only: Retiring the On-Premises Active Directory

I’ve been delighted in recent months when more and more projects I work with are starting to consider retiring the on-premises Active Directory infrastructure. This is a massive change in terms of thinking – as, for the past ten years,… Read More »Transforming your organization to cloud-only: Retiring the On-Premises Active Directory

Planning for licensing in unattended and attended RPA solutions with Power Automate Desktop

Microsoft’s RPA tool, Power Automate Desktop, has two modes – unattended and attended. In this post, I’ll look into the implications of these two and how it affects the features and licensing. I’ve written previously about RPA and Power Automate… Read More »Planning for licensing in unattended and attended RPA solutions with Power Automate Desktop

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