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Microsoft Teams Monthly Podcast with UC Today

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I love podcasts, they are a major way I keep up to date with news and technology. I also worked with a great team on the now finished UC Architects Podcast.

When the great team at UC Today approached me to do one I thought it was a great opportunity, together we have come up with “Microsoft Teams Monthly”. The idea is a monthly ~ 15-minute podcast covering all the news in the Microsoft Unified Communications space (don’t worry, despite the name we’ll be sure to be covering Skype for Business too).

No adverts, no marketing, just 15 minutes of the key new and my humble opinion.

In the first month, we did a bit of a level set on Skype for Business and Teams. Next month we’re coving the important news from Enterprise Connect, my co-host Patrick is actually going to be there soaking up all the details.

I hope you find the show interesting and useful. we would really love your feedback (everyone says that right, I actually mean it).

Here is a link to the show, I hope you subscribe and find some value: https://www.uctoday.com/podcasts/microsoft-teams/microsoft-teams-podcast-with-tom-arbuthnot/

 

If you’re into keeping up with the news on audio/video, I would also check out:

Josh’s Teams Recap on Youtube: http://tom.qa/TeamsRecap

Pat Richard’s UC Inside Track: http://tom.qa/UCInsideTrack

Steve Goodman and Jason Wynns All about Office 365: https://www.allabout365.com/category/podcast/

About the author

Tom Arbuthnot

A Microsoft MVP and Microsoft Certified Master, Tom Arbuthnot is Principal Solutions Architect at Microsoft Collaboration specialists Modality Systems.

Tom stays up to date with industry developments and shares news and his opinions on his blog, Microsoft Teams Podcast and email list. He is a regular speaker at events around the world.

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