On January 29th, I had the great pleasure of being a guest on MSP Unplugged. I joined host Jeff Halash to discuss several topics; including:
- TechCon Unplugged 2021
- A brief history of Gareth Gudger
- Staying on-prem versus going to the cloud
- Modern security threats leveraging email
- Benefits of Exchange hybrid for mailbox migrations
- Question from the audience: OneNote file storage options
- OneNote: Windows 10 OneNote vs. Office 365 OneNote
- OneDrive: Syncing and folder redirection
- Syncing vs. Backups
- Windows AutoPilot Overview
- Exchange Server vNext
- Exchange Server vNext subscription licensing
- Loss leaders and cash cows
- MSP Unplugged Patreon and Facebook Group
- Word: True dark mode in Office beta channel
- Edge Chromium supports ClickOnce
- Future of in-person conferences vs. Microsoft’s carbon negative goal
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RunAs Radio #745 – Exchange Server vNext announced. I join host Richard Campbell to discuss several hot topics for Exchange and Office 365, including Exchange vNext, the deprecation of basic auth in Office 365, and DANE for SMTP. Click here to listen
Sysadmin Today #78: Talking Tech with Gareth Gudger. On July 19th, I had the great pleasure of being a guest on SysAdmin Today. I joined host Paul Joyner to discuss several hot topics for Exchange and Office 365. Click here to listen
RunAs Radio #684 – Exchange in 2020 with Gareth Gudger. I join 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. Click here to listen
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Brian J Malley says
Love to see some info on how to integrate/sync Office 365 and GMail calendars. Simple to integrate the mail but calendars seem to require a 3rd party app. Assuming that’s the case, what are the best apps to use?
Gareth Gudger says
If you log into Office 365 OWA, go to Settings (gear icon in the top right) select View All Outlook Settings this will bring up the settings dialog. From here, select Calendar > Accounts, and you can add your GMail.com calendar to your Office 365 calendar. It then allows you to overlay your Gmail calendar over your Office 365 calendar. Works very well. This personal calendar only shows free/busy to your colleagues, so the Gmail calendar details can’t be seen.