Observed.Tech PODCAST Episode 232 #OTP

Welcome to Episode 232 of Observed.Tech.

It has been a huge busy week to catch up on from all the new hardware at COMPUTEX, a little Windows Insidering adventure with inadvertent build releases, Google blocking ads, continued discussions around system security and real-time protection, and a new podcast I am now hosting for work.

Starting with that last item, I am happy to invite all of you to listen in on the inaugural episode of the IT Pro Today PODCAST that we just started over at Penton and the Windows IT Pro website. I co-host with one of my Content Editors and the format will include an interview with someone in the IT Pro/Tech Community plus a follow on round table segment to talk about current news and other items. I hope you will come over and check out the show as we are getting started.

Many of you know last week that some builds were inadvertently sent out to Windows Insiders and so we talk about that and how to sort your device out if you ended up getting the unintended build.

Of course, COMPUTEX was big last week with so many hardware related announcements so I discuss those and how OEM hardware is improving overall plus what impact some new gear will have on Microsoft’s mobile plans.

Sprinkled through out the show is other news such as Google Chrome and blocking ads, how smartphones have impacted customer service, Amazon forking out a lot of money for some unauthorized purchases, the 2017 Internet Trends report, and one of the biggest airplanes you have ever seen!

As always enjoy the show and thanks again for listening!

Date Produced: 03 June 2017

Length: 53:21

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

Size: 50.9 MB

All of this episodes show links are available at our WiKi – Show Links Observed.Tech PODCAST Episode 232

5 thoughts on “Observed.Tech PODCAST Episode 232 #OTP

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  3. Great podcast! Listening often… :-)

    Just wanted to say I hear lots of “pops” (or whatever that is called). Probably something with your microphone.

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