Monthly Archives: April 2011

Free Exchange 2010 Seminar in Dublin


If you’re interested in Exchange 2010 and are in Dublin on May 11, you can register for a free seminar that I will be speaking at on the topic of practical and economic issues that influence the decision to deploy … Continue reading

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An ActiveSync logo compliance program: How nice!


On April 13, Microsoft announced details of their ActiveSync logo compliance program. While it’s taken me a little while to comment (other things go in the way), I think this is a good idea because it should rein in the … Continue reading

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Two conferences call for sessions for Fall 2011


The two conferences that cover topics of interest to Exchange, including Exchange itself, SharePoint, and Windows, have issued calls for sessions for their Fall conferences. TEC’s Fall event is in Frankfurt, Germany from 17-19 October while Fall Connections is in … Continue reading

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A peek into the future from Exchange’s General Manager


One of the joys of attending a conference as a speaker is the chance to listen to others once your session is over. My keynote at TEC was at 8AM on Monday morning so I had most of Monday and … Continue reading

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Office 365 reaches public beta


On April 18, Microsoft announced that Office 365 is now in public beta. This is a big thing because it marks the last major hurdle before Office 365 becomes publicly available, an event that is expected later on this summer, … Continue reading

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Scaling connections with Exchange 2010


It’s an undeniable fact of being an author of a book on a technical topic that you cannot cover everything in the number of pages that a publisher allocates. Sometimes this causes you to cut material that you think is … Continue reading

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Coupons for Exchange 2010 Maestro training now available


I guess there are coupons for just about everything these days so why wouldn’t I be surprised to see our marketing partners in Penton Media releasing coupons for the Exchange 2010 Maestro training events that Paul Robichaux and I are … Continue reading

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