The Garage Series for Office 365

The Garage Series for Office 365 is an award winning weekly show that goes under the hood of the latest in Office 365: from Office Client applications, Email and Exchange services, Unified Communications with Lync and Skype, Social with Yammer, mobile platforms with Android, iOS, and Windows Phone and much more. The show offers unique real-world demonstrations across devices and platforms, demystifies power end user features, deployment e.g. MSI versus Click-to-Run, Cloud or hybrid management, control and configuration of Office 365 while also reviewing the latest updates to the service. Watch too as the hosts put Office and themselves to the test with extreme challenges such as the speed of deployment: streaming Office during the 90 seconds of freefall while skydiving; or testing if Office can truly work from anywhere on any device from the alligator infested Lousianna bayou to a cross-mobile device challenge with Bucky Lasek while rally racing in Snoqualmie valley, Washington.

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  • Coming soon: Data Loss Prevention in SharePoint - plus new mobile encryption viewers
    13 minutes, 45 seconds
  • Power BI takes on El Clásico
    9 minutes, 4 seconds
  • Office 365 identity just got easier - new options and tools for Azure AD
    11 minutes, 19 seconds
  • Your questions answered. Shared computer activation in Office 365 ProPlus
    9 minutes, 17 seconds
  • Transitioning to apps for Office featuring Ryan Duguid of Nintex
    13 minutes, 8 seconds
  • Introducing mobile device management for Office 365
    11 minutes, 6 seconds
  • Learn PowerShell basics for managing Office 365 - Part 2
    11 minutes, 18 seconds
  • PowerShell basics for managing Office 365 and the space race
    18 minutes, 41 seconds
  • Delivering custom Office experiences with Azure RemoteApp
    9 minutes, 44 seconds
  • Office Sway: reimagine how your ideas come to life
    17 minutes, 19 seconds