Shane is a Microsoft enthusiast from Cincinnati, Ohio who has had the honor of being a SharePoint MVP for 12 years and counting. While his first love was SharePoint these days, he has expanded his love to PowerShell, Azure, and Office 365. Speaking of his passions, he covers all of those topics on his YouTube channel or in a more traditional setting through his consulting company Bold Zebras. You can always tweet him @ShanesCows just make sure it is nice.
Shane Young's Recent Posts
Shane Young walks you through getting your SharePoint list data visualized through a fancy Power BI Report.
Shane Young explains how Power BI interacts with SharePoint Online lists to build cool reports and display those reports on SharePoint.
Shane Young discusses managing user content by using PowerShell and Patterns and Practices PowerShell to write your own script.
Learn about a superior tool called Patterns and Practices PowerShell with SharePoint Online and on-prem.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt discuss March patches, Microsoft Identity Management with SharePoint 2016, Shane’s new computer, automatically created Office 365 groups, creation of direct reports groups in Outlook, not using @ in the SAMAccountName, SAM-Account-Name attribute specs, Outlook sign-in assistant, Azure active directory, integration with Github, and SQL data partners.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt talk about the latest Windows 10 Insider build and its cool features, Enterprise Mobility hitting 85 million users, Azure AD, some authentication issues, and Shane gets upset about patches.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt discuss the most popular version of SharePoint, the release of the new SharePoint Online management cmdlets, Azure AD Connect, the SharePoint Framework roadmap, a little Hotmail hacking, their love of BGInfo, and Google Docs.
Todd Klindt and Shane Young talk about two-factor authentication hitting home in the last week and we remind you all to go turn it on yourself. Then discuss a new PowerShell Video Shane made that shows you how to copy, move, and delete SharePoint Online files using PowerShell and we hit on new features for OneDrive for Business and AD Group management for Office 365.
Shane and Todd talk about the continued rollout of Conditional Access, the expansion of the file limit to 500MB, in place copying, and downloading multiple files to a zip, and patterns and practices (PNP) PowerShell for SharePoint with its updates and how to get it all installed.
Todd and Shane talk about how to use passwords with PowerShell securely, a new SharePoint Online Web Part that is rolling out, new security and risk features in Office 365, how Power BI finally integrates with SharePoint, and Imposter Syndrome.
This week, Todd and Shane discuss a top 10 list of intranets that SharePoint dominates, some features and announcements for SharePoint Online, new PowerShell cmdlets for SharePoint Online, and how to make PowerShell easier to use if you are on Windows 7 or 8.
Shane Young shares the bad, the good, and the best ways to manage your accounts when it comes to PowerShell, including prompting, plain text variables, hashed files, and his new favorite, Windows Credential Manager.
Todd Klindt and Shane Young discuss OneDrive for Business SharePoint Sync, the SharePoint Migration Assistant Tool (SMAT) for SharePoint 2013 and how it can help you evaluate your move to Office 365, and Shane gushes over his first use of the FindTime feature.