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Author: Bill Raymond

Bill Raymond is a Microsoft MVP. As a contributor to TechGenix, he focuses on topics that directly affect IT, with a focus on cloud and hybrid cloud solutions.

T-Suite Podcast with Kamal Shah of StackRox: Reducing the blast radius

In today’s T-Suite Podcast, Bill Raymond and StackRox CEO Kamal Shah discuss containers, Kubernetes, and keeping modern applications secure.

T-Suite Podcast: Prepare & protect — Talking with InfoSec expert Steve Durbin

In this week’s T-Suite Podcast, InfoSec expert Steve Durbin tells us how executives must prepare themselves and protect their networked…

T-Suite Podcast: Security, heal thyself — Talking with Fugue’s Josh Stella

In today’s T-Suite Podcast, we talk about security solutions that warn developers they are not following a best practice and…

T-Suite Podcast: APIs the easy way — Talking with Postman’s Abhinav Asthana

If you want to write a brand-new app, you will probably start by creating APIs. In this week’s T-Suite Podcast,…

T-Suite Podcast: An interview with CloudBerry Lab’s Doug Hazelman

In today’s TechGenix T-Suite Podcast, Bill Raymond talks with Doug Hazelman of Cloudberry Lab about the data backup and recovery…

Introducing the TechGenix T-Suite Podcast (and the mystery of the attic box)

The TechGenix T-Suite Podcast is a new series focused on learning the past, present, and future of technology. We hope…

Wait a minute, Mr. Postman: An interview with Abhinav Asthana

In our exclusive interview with Postman CEO Abhinav Asthana, we get an in-depth look at the popular API development, documentation,…

Cloudifying my app: Eureka! I've created my first API

In our continuing Cloudifying My App series where Bill Raymond is migrating a Windows app to the cloud, a significant…

Create online forms and quizzes using Microsoft Forms for Office 365

Microsoft Forms can help businesses create surveys to get customer feedback or gauge employee satisfaction. Here’s how to use Forms…

Taking Microsoft Planner for a spin in an Agile environment

More and more businesses are adopting Agile planning for small and medium-size projects. That is where Microsoft Planner comes in.