In this 274th episode, AC and CJ look back at Ignite 2018, cover some of the announcements from OneDrive and SharePoint with Microsoft’s Aaron Rimmer & Adam Harmetz.



  • Aaron Rimmer, Microsoft – Director of Product Marketing, OneDrive
  • Adam Harmetz, Microsoft, Group Product Manager, SharePoint Experiences


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