Author: Steve Goodman

A nine-time MVP, author and speaker at conferences including Microsoft Ignite and TechEd, Steve has been working with Microsoft products for over 20 years, and writing about the earliest iterations of what’s now Microsoft 365 for a over a decade. Since it launched into preview Steve has been helping organizations to plan, deploy and manage Microsoft Teams, and currently works for award winning Microsoft partner Content + Cloud in the UK as a Principal Technology Strategist, helping customers define their digital transformation plans and getting hands-on in Teams, Exchange and Identity projects.

How Azure AD and a Load Balancer Can Simplify App Delivery

by Steve Goodman

This post was sponsored by Kemp Microsoft’s offering in the single sign-on space for several years has been Azure Active Directory, which serves as the underlying directory service for Microsoft 365. This service is also widely used as the SSO and provisioning service compatible with most third-party SaaS applications such as ServiceNow, Salesforce, Atlassian, and many more.   In a surprising turnaround from… Read More

Getting Started with Custom Templates in Teams

by Steve Goodman

Announced back in May 2020, Team templates arrived in Microsoft 365 tenants over the last couple of weeks. Teams templates allow administrators to define the basic information architecture (IA) of a Microsoft team, including the channels and application tabs, along with relevant information in the template to help users understand each team’s purpose. The key… Read More