Office 365 Distilled podcast: Distilling Office 365 with a little barley

October 11th, 2018 | Posted by Marijn in podcast

What if you take the 2 things you love in this world? For us, it is Office 365 and its ability to connect collaborative people. Combine that with a nice glass of single malt and you connect collaborative people… Just the location changes.
The result is “Office 365 Distilled”!

Get 30-40 minutes of Marijn and Steve talking about what they do best and what they enjoy most. Take a listen, tell us what you think!
In every episode we discuss a few Office 365 topics and finish off with a nice tasting of a good whisky. In this first episode, we talk about what we each think was the biggest announcement at Ignite and why we think it is so cool for our customers.

So please enjoy our first episode of “Office 365 Distilled” right now:

Or listen to us via TuneIn.

Presenters

Steve Dalby and Marijn Somers

Marijn Somers and Steve Dalby

Marijn Somers is the founder and owner of Balestra. He has been active in various roles to help clients deliver successful collaboration and content management solutions. These roles included Project Manager, Presales engineer, evangelist, SPOC (Single-Point-Of-Contact), trainer,
analist and administrator.

 

Steve Dalby has been providing know-how on Intelligent content management for over 20 years to corporations like Heineken, US Army in Europe, Ford Motor Company and Euroclear Bank. With a ‘Stand-Up Comedy’ background he has spoken at International conferences is always fun and strangely annoying when he states the obvious and moves the audience outside their comfort zones with the challenges of implementing office 365 applications such as MS Teams and SharePoint.

Steve delivers technical solutions that deliver knowledge and creates intelligence from the thousands of documents that normally just sit in a file share waiting for someone to find them, often by chance and after a period of looking for them.

 

 

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