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The Intrazone is your bi-weekly conversation and interview podcast hosted by the SharePoint team. The show highlights usage, adoption, and how SharePoint works for you. You’ll hear from guest experts behind the scenes and out in the field. It's all about how SharePoint fits into your everyday work life – the goal being to more easily share and manage content, knowledge and applications, and to empower teamwork throughout your organization with the technology you already have. Get your ears ready and subscribe today!
 

Jun 18, 2019

The SharePoint toolkit supports numerous tech personas: developers, IT, and business folk alike. The Intrazone connected with experts across development and business while at SPC19. Joining Mark and Chris are Laura Kokkarinen, a senior developer at Sulava, and Vesa Juvonen, principal program manager at Microsoft....


Jun 4, 2019

Live from SharePoint Conference 2019! The Intrazone goes live in Las Vegas at SPC19. Joining Mark and Chris are panelists Sue Hanley, Dave Feldman of Takeda, and Kerry Lambert of National Instruments, to discuss the evolution of SharePoint, key announcements from the conference, broad use adoption of Microsoft 365, as...


May 31, 2019

In this Roadmap podcast episode, I talk with Edgar Banguero (LinkedIn), principal engineering manager, and Thomas Michon (LinkedIn), senior software engineer – both from the OneDrive-SharePoint engineering team. Our conversation focuses on all things full-fidelity shared libraries in OneDrive – plus all powerful,...


May 22, 2019

Live from SharePoint Conference 2019 (#SPC19) in Las Vegas, NV, The Intrazone team talks with Jeff Teper, CVP Microsoft Office. We discuss how SharePoint is turbocharging user experiences, the importance of design, the big announcements from SPC19, and a meaningful segment on diversity and inclusion in the...


May 16, 2019

'Accessibility from the start' means SharePoint, OneDrive and other Microsoft 365 apps aspire to "represent the voice of people with disabilities" throughout planning, development, design, testing and into production with continuous feedback. It's something that must be built into every product Microsoft makes so that...