Episode 17 – iPhone Body

So, first week of my parental leave and for some reason I’m at the office recording another episode of our podcast. This time with our brand-spanking-new theme song!

We start of with probably one of the most important news of the year: Windows Server has been added as the latest bi-annual release software. So, joining Windows, ConfigMgr and Office we will see two new releases of Windows Server each year. We discuss how it works, what it will mean for you (and us) and the other hidden messages inside of that blog post: Delivering continuous innovation with Windows Server

As always we have new exiting news to share on Power BI – and Alexander also shares the latest insights on how to use, mind of, SSIS in Azure.

We end the episode by discussion Apples WWDC and the reparability of hardware in general, an that of the Microsoft Surface Laptop in particular.

As always, any feedback you have – let us know! You can find us on Twitter were we go by the names: @Bindertech and @Arcticdba.


As a Solution Architect, Simon inspires customers, partners and colleagues to create the best possible workplace for their users. His main focus is the Windows platform – but todays workplace consists of so much more than that. As an MCT he is passionate about teaching and sharing knowledge. He’s a frequent speaker, blogger and podcaster – as well as a penguin fanatic.

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