First Ring Daily 463: Cancel the Fall

Posted on August 27, 2018 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 5 Comments

On today’s episode of First Ring Daily, Apple, Microsoft, and Google are going to make the next 6-8 weeks very busy.

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5 responses to “First Ring Daily 463: Cancel the Fall”

  1. bli

    Cancel fall? At my place, summer is over: 14C and rain today. (Yes, commie units. What about your preferred units? According to a thermodynamics book, the Fahrenheit scale is partially based on the rectal temperature of cows -- which apparently is 100F. So you are using … cowie units?, which is only used by USA and Liberia. Anyway, the centigrade scale is from 1743 -- communism was coined and defined in 1777. The Fahrenheit ("cowie") scale is from 1724.)

  2. Piyer

    Teams is still crappy. The only reason we use it because it comes free as part of O365.


    The screen sharing which we use all the time, is pathetic when the connection on one end is not that good. Every day and every time we start the conversation on teams and switch to regular Skype, which works perfectly fine.


    As you rightly said Paul, I just do not know who test these internally at MS. All they have to do is make sure that the app works works properly in the least common denominator scenario.

  3. johnbaxter

    My iPhone 6 will serve at least one more year.


  4. pesos

    Paul is right on - no company is doing that right now. Feature Parity exists solely in the heads of MS Marketing. In reality there are still gaps and big interoperability issues - so you can't even pilot users if you want them to be able to communicate with their peers in the same org.

  5. suominena

    Teams does not replace Skype for Business on the desktop, yet. O365 administrator can make the switch or leave them both on before rolling it out "for real" in the business.

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