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Best Paul Thurrott podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Paul Thurrott podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Hosted by Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott; What The Tech!? delivers what every tech enthusiast needs and that is a spotlight on new and emerging technologies from around the world. They cover everything that is up and coming as well as do live unboxings along with reviews of current products. Join in the conversation because it doesn’t matter if you’re a noob or a tech vet. You will find something you like!
 
Hosted by Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott; What The Tech!? delivers what every tech enthusiast needs and that is a spotlight on new and emerging technologies from around the world. They cover everything that is up and coming as well as do live unboxings along with reviews of current products. Join in the conversation because it doesn’t matter if you’re a noob or a tech vet. You will find something you like!
 
Hosted by Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott; What The Tech!? delivers what every tech enthusiast needs and that is a spotlight on new and emerging technologies from around the world. They cover everything that is up and coming as well as do live unboxings along with reviews of current products. Join in the conversation because it doesn’t matter if you’re a noob or a tech vet. You will find something you like!
 
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It's 2020 - why are we still using passwords? Richard chats with Libby Brown about the on-going efforts to make passwordless authentication work great for everyone. The problems with passwords are well-known, but can we really get to a place where we don't have them at all? Libby talks about the challenges of using multi-factor authentication, incl…
 
This Week's Stories: Panos Is Wumped (Windows plus Pumped) Panos is running a new combined Windows and Devices team. JoeB is going to OXO What will PC OEMs do? Key takeaway: This is good for Windows and for Microsoft Related: More reorg news of the day. Teper is going to run Teams. And Jeff Weiner is out as CEO of LinkedIn. Microsoft controversies …
 
This Week's Stories: Panos Is Wumped (Windows plus Pumped) Panos is running a new combined Windows and Devices team. JoeB is going to OXO What will PC OEMs do? Key takeaway: This is good for Windows and for Microsoft Related: More reorg news of the day. Teper is going to run Teams. And Jeff Weiner is out as CEO of LinkedIn. Microsoft controversies …
 
This Week's Stories: Panos Is Wumped (Windows plus Pumped) Panos is running a new combined Windows and Devices team. JoeB is going to OXO What will PC OEMs do? Key takeaway: This is good for Windows and for Microsoft Related: More reorg news of the day. Teper is going to run Teams. And Jeff Weiner is out as CEO of LinkedIn. Microsoft controversies …
 
This Week's Stories: Panos Is Wumped (Windows plus Pumped) Panos is running a new combined Windows and Devices team. JoeB is going to OXO What will PC OEMs do? Key takeaway: This is good for Windows and for Microsoft Related: More reorg news of the day. Teper is going to run Teams. And Jeff Weiner is out as CEO of LinkedIn. Microsoft controversies …
 
What does it take to get your team learning new skills? Richard chats with Don Jones about the entire learning process in the IT profession. Don discusses outcomes - why are we learning? What new skills will help the company? Answering these questions leads to budgets and times, but also commitment and deadlines. You can't just learn for fun (altho…
 
Thinking more about Surface Neo and Duo Last week, Microsoft released the SDK and emulator for the Android-based Duo; ones for Neo coming soon The Duo SDK for Mac developers also is now available (as of this week) - So let's think ahead about why Microsoft is calling these devices "a new category" Who is the intended audience? It's not creatives (w…
 
Thinking more about Surface Neo and Duo Last week, Microsoft released the SDK and emulator for the Android-based Duo; ones for Neo coming soon The Duo SDK for Mac developers also is now available (as of this week) - So let's think ahead about why Microsoft is calling these devices "a new category" Who is the intended audience? It's not creatives (w…
 
Thinking more about Surface Neo and Duo Last week, Microsoft released the SDK and emulator for the Android-based Duo; ones for Neo coming soon The Duo SDK for Mac developers also is now available (as of this week) - So let's think ahead about why Microsoft is calling these devices "a new category" Who is the intended audience? It's not creatives (w…
 
It's 2020 - how are your T-SQL skills? Richard chats with Pam Lahoud and Pedro Lopes about the state of SQL Server today and how T-SQL continues to evolve. The conversation starts out talking about SQL Server 2019 and its shared query engine with SQL Azure - and how moving to the latest versions of SQL Server can provide benefits to your existing q…
 
Azure Sphere continues to evolve - what's the latest? While at Ignite in Orlando, Richard sat down with James Scott to talk about how Azure Sphere has progressed. Azure Sphere is a highly secure IoT solution that follows the seven properties of highly secure devices (check show notes for the white paper). James also talks about how Azure Sphere wil…
 
Windows 7 support ends - Yesterday, Microsoft released the "final" updates for Windows 7 for most people (But not that update for the NSA-reported crypto bug that was for Win 10 and Win Server, interestingly) - Today, Windows 7 will begin displaying a full-screen nag to upgrade to Windows 10 - Microsoft Edge might be supported on Windows 7 for at l…
 
Windows 7 support ends - Yesterday, Microsoft released the "final" updates for Windows 7 for most people (But not that update for the NSA-reported crypto bug that was for Win 10 and Win Server, interestingly) - Today, Windows 7 will begin displaying a full-screen nag to upgrade to Windows 10 - Microsoft Edge might be supported on Windows 7 for at l…
 
Windows 7 support ends - Yesterday, Microsoft released the "final" updates for Windows 7 for most people (But not that update for the NSA-reported crypto bug that was for Win 10 and Win Server, interestingly) - Today, Windows 7 will begin displaying a full-screen nag to upgrade to Windows 10 - Microsoft Edge might be supported on Windows 7 for at l…
 
Windows 7 support ends - Yesterday, Microsoft released the "final" updates for Windows 7 for most people (But not that update for the NSA-reported crypto bug that was for Win 10 and Win Server, interestingly) - Today, Windows 7 will begin displaying a full-screen nag to upgrade to Windows 10 - Microsoft Edge might be supported on Windows 7 for at l…
 
Windows 7 support ends - Yesterday, Microsoft released the "final" updates for Windows 7 for most people (But not that update for the NSA-reported crypto bug that was for Win 10 and Win Server, interestingly) - Today, Windows 7 will begin displaying a full-screen nag to upgrade to Windows 10 - Microsoft Edge might be supported on Windows 7 for at l…
 
SharePoint custom solutions are powerful - but how do you get them into the cloud? Richard talks with Christina Wheeler about her work moving complex on-premises SharePoint applications into the Power Platform that includes Office 365, Power BI, Power Apps and more. Christina talks about the cultural shift that happens both to her and her customers…
 
Welcome to 2020! PT starts the year with a rant thoughtful commentary about the state of Windows MJF looks back at the decade that MS became a cloud company A couple of the original Red Dog 'dream team' reflect on the last decade CES: Lots of new Windows 10 PCs, including a number of foldables No Windows 10X yet But lots of dual- and folding-displa…
 
Welcome to 2020! PT starts the year with a rant thoughtful commentary about the state of Windows MJF looks back at the decade that MS became a cloud company A couple of the original Red Dog 'dream team' reflect on the last decade CES: Lots of new Windows 10 PCs, including a number of foldables No Windows 10X yet But lots of dual- and folding-displa…
 
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