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July 17
Podcast 396 - Documents I've Destroyed

Todd is flying solo this week, so it's an extra good podcast. He covers several new releases from Microsoft like Known Folder Move, Idle-Session timeout, and SharePoint Online cmdlets. He also covers some tips on how to use the SharePoint Migration Tool and how to keep the Office 365 autosave from destroying your important documents.

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Running Time: 36:44

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01:32 Todd got renewed!
04:52 How to Dig Deeper Into Your SharePoint Farm
04:23 5 Things You Can Do to Prepare for your SharePoint 2019 Migration
07:32 Use the Page Diagnostics tool for SharePoint Online
10:39 Known Folder Move
16:06 New SharePoint Online Management Shell
18:41 Azure Active Directory cmdlets for configuring group settings
21:57 MAKING SHORT LINKS LONG WITH POWERSHELL AND WPF
24:18 Idle-Session Timeout Policy in SharePoint Online & OneDrive is now Generally Available
26:18 Take your summer back and automate your Office 365 migration
29:11 Use Save a Copy to modify a file without changing the original
33:58 SPS Charlotte
34:05 SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
34:36 Business Application Summit
34:52 SPTechCon Boston

ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Podcast396

July 11
Dig Deeper Into Your SharePoint Farm

Today I published an article at Petri, How to Dig Deeper Into Your SharePoint Farm. Check it out.

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ShortURL: https://www.toddklindt.com/DigDeeper

July 11
Podcast 395 - California is Jealous

In this episode you cannot win for losing. Todd took the week off. Yay! But Jonathan Mast filled his spot as microphone hog reducing your time with Shane. Boo! The good news is Shane and Jonathan have some great chats about Azure and SharePoint and how the landscape has changed for the better. For news there is some fun around Sensitive Data types in Office 365, Microsoft Teams adding archiving, and PowerApps Repeating tables. Even with all of the things working against him, Shane manages to create another awesome show!

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Running Time: 39:31

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New GDPR sensitive information types help you manage and protect personal data
Microsoft Teams can now be archived
PowerApps Repeating Tables like InfoPath Part 1
PowerApps Repeating Tables like InfoPath Part 2
PowerApps Repeating Tables like InfoPath Part 3
SPS Charlotte
SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
Business Application Summit
SPTechCon Boston

ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Podcast395

July 06
5 Things You Can Do to Prepare for your SharePoint 2019 Migration article

The Internet is a pretty big place. There’s my blog, YouTube, some funny cat videos, lots of stuff in lots of places. I think it’s safe to say I’m the uncontested best poster here at toddklindt.com. It was a an uphill fight, but I prevailed. I’ve set my sights a bit higher. I’m going to start writing articles for Petri.com as well. I’ve written a few things for them in the past, but hopefully I’ll do a better job sticking with it this time. I’ll still be posting here at toddklindt.com, so don’t remove it from your Favorites bar just yet. I’ll just be augmenting it with some articles over at Petri. That’s a decent site too, so you’re probably already going there. If you’re not, shame on you, you should be.

My first article, 5 Things You Can Do to Prepare for your SharePoint 2019 Migration, went up this week. Check it out. You can leave comments there or here. I’m checking both places.

If you have ideas for articles, for here or there, let me know. I’m always happy to take requests. Even “stop writing” requests. Smile

tk

ShortURL: https://www.toddklindt.com/SP20195Things

July 02
Renewed as Microsoft MVP

July 1st is one of my favorite days of the year. It’s the beginning of the second half of the calendar year, the days are long, the sun is bright, and of course, it’s Canada Day! And our own Independence Day is right around the corner. It’s about this time I start getting out my shorts with the elastic waistband in preparation for all the good eats.

July 1st has also been, for the last decade, MVP renewal date.

The MVP Program is a program at Microsoft were they recognize people in the community that support and evangelize Microsoft products. I have gotten the award every year since 2006, and without too much hyperbole, it has changed my life. It has opened doors for me that otherwise would have been very difficult to open, and it has allowed me to surround myself with many like-minded folks, most of which are much smarter than me, and most of which I am lucky enough to call friends. It’s been wonderful, to say the least. So every year, when July 1st starts getting close, I get nervous. I get nervous that my contributions in the previous year weren’t enough to earn the award for another year. That would be very sad indeed.

Fortunately yesterday I got the happy email,

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I’d like to thank Microsoft for the opportunity and for renewing me each year. I’d also like to thank everyone that reads my blog, responds to my tweets, and comes to my sessions. I do all of this for you all, and knowing it helps you is what keeps me going.

And congratulations to all of my fellow MVPs out there that either got renewed, or were awarded for the first time.

tk

ShortURL: https://www.toddklindt.com/2018MVPAward

June 21
Podcast 394 - Hate Them Right in the Face

Todd and Shane both got new toys last week, and they start off the show gushing over them. They do eventually get into some meaty Office 365 goodness. They talk about a free way you can kick start your SharePoint Online sites, how to secure your Azure AD accounts, how to keep up with all the new things in OneDrive, and a couple of PowerApps videos Shane made. All of that and some love for GDPR, this week on the Cloudy Podcast.

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Running Time: 46:12

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01:33 SharePoint 2019 – Something to Look Forward to!
24:21 Introducing SharePoint Starter Kit
28:00 Securing privileged access for hybrid and cloud deployments in Azure AD
32:05 OneDrive Message Center Updates
34:04 First GDPR now Memes. When will it stop?
40:09 PowerApps Random Function
40:10 PowerApps Code Comments
40:11 PowerApps Repeating Tables like InfoPath
42:30 SPS Charlotte
42:35 SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
43:30 Business Application Summit
43:32 SPTechCon Boston

ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Podcast394

June 20
Podcast 393 - Hairy Spice

Todd and Shane cover a lot of ground this week. They talk about whether you should upgrade to SharePoint 2016 now that SharePoint 2019 has been announced, how to see the URL behind those tricky URL shorteners, what's so great about Google Fi, Shane's battle with orphans, and how you can tame Flow and PowerApps with PowerShell.

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Running Time: 42:59

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02:14 Now that SharePoint 2019 is Announced, Should I Even Bother with SharePoint 2016?
08:46 Resolve Short URLs with PowerShell
12:53 All SPC18 podcast episodes recap
19:58 Google Fi
210:00 Cheap phone stand
39:27 Business Application Summit
40:00 SPS Charlotte
40:30 SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
41:00 SPTechCon Boston

ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Podcast393

June 13
Podcast 392 - He Who Shall Not be Named

No Shane this week, so Todd is at the helm serving up some podcasting goodness. He starts off talking about Microsoft buying Github. Then he digs in to a bunch of great Office 365 topics. How to keep up with your DNS records, new SharePoint cmdlets, how to get a free Office 365, and why you should start your day at office.com. All of that, and no Shane. Everybody wins.

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Running Time: 38:28

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01:08 https://www.toddklindt.com/SyskitWebinar
10:14 Microsoft Bought GitHub and the Clippy Jokes Escalated Quickly
11:26 Best practices for using assigned Office 365 DNS records
19:03 New SharePoint Online Management Shell
20:22 PnP PowerShell
23:51 Office 365 Developer Subscription
29:19 SharePoint install error about .Net 4.5
32:07 Microsoft sinks data centre off Orkney
35:50 SPS Charlotte
35:51 SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
36:36 SPTechCon Boston

ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Podcast392

June 10
Podcast 391 - His Dog Can Hack that Thing

Todd and Shane start out this week's podcast by reflecting back fondly on the SharePoint Conference. They then talk about some version changes to SharePoint Online, remind listeners how to keep up with the changes in Office 365, how Azure AD and Office 365 keep ahead of the bad guys, and Shane tries something new this week and promotes a PowerApps video.

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Running Time: 45:07

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13:54 Versioning update to Document Libraries in team sites in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business
14:00 How to Keep up with Office 365 Changes
20:23 How we protect #AzureAD and Microsoft Account from lists of leaked usernames and passwords
23:04 Hacked Routers!
35:45 Phishing Email with fake O365 admin stuff
37:18 Fake cell phone towers in DC
40:50 PowerApps Send Multiple Email attachments
42:30 SPS Montreal
42:31 SPS Charlotte
42:32 SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
43:33 SPTechCon Boston

ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Podcast391

June 08
Now that SharePoint 2019 is Announced, Should I Even Bother with SharePoint 2016?

Now that I’ve had a couple of weeks to catch my breath after SPC I took the opportunity to write a couple of blog posts for Syskit about what I brought back with me. The first one I wrote was inspired by a question I got a lot while I was at SPC,

“I have SharePoint 2013. Should I just skip SharePoint 2016 now that SharePoint 2019 has been announced?”

It’s an involved question with a lot of nuance. To see my full answer read my blog post,

Now that SharePoint 2019 is Announced, Should I Even Bother with SharePoint 2016? on the SysKit blog.

Let me know what you think in the comments below, or at SysKit.

tk

ShortURL: https://www.toddklindt.com/SysKitShouldIUpgrade

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