On February 29th I had the great pleasure of being a guest on the RunAs Radio podcast. I joined host Richard Campbell to discuss all the new security requirements coming to Exchange Online, specifically around the new modern authentication requirement and the deprecation of TLS 1.0 and 1.1.
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(Originally posted at http://runasradio.com/shows/show/684)
What is the RunAs Radio podcast?
To quote Richard;
RunAs Radio was launched on April 11, 2007, with a nod from its sister show, .NET Rocks!. Since then, RunasRadio has had over 400 episodes featuring hundreds of guests from the IT world. A new episode comes out on Wednesday every week, features a guest expert, and focuses on relevant topics in the IT field.RunAs Radio
Richard is a fifteen-time awarded Visual Studio and Development MVP. He is the host of both RunAs Radio & .NET Rocks, which have a combined episode count of 2,124 episodes–WOW! In fact .NET Rocks have been on the air since 2002!
Richard is also the founder and chairman of Humanitarian Toolbox, a charity devoted to developing open-source tools and software to aid disaster relief workers. Be sure to check it out at www.htbox.org.
Richard is also a consultant and advisor to large enterprises. Be sure to follow Richard on Twitter @richcampbell
RunAs Radio #618 – Exchange 2019 with Gareth Gudger I join host Richard Campbell to discuss all the new features in Exchange 2019. We discuss the MetaCache Database [MCDB], the new search architecture, and several client-side features. Click here to listen
RunAs Radio #588 – Exchange Updates with Gareth Gudger I join host Richard Campbell to discuss the latest in Exchange and Office 365. We also discuss the deciding factors and roadblocks companies face when exploring the cloud. Click here to listen
#MVPbuzzChat – Data residency, Hybrid Modern Auth & Exchange 2019 – On March 24th I had the pleasure of being a guest on #MVPBuzzChat. I join host Christian Buckley to discuss data residency, hybrid modern auth & new products in 2018. Click here to listen
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