Category Archives: Office 365

Office 365 Exposed, Episode 11


Last week, I chatted with MVPs Paul Robichaux, Alan Byrne, and Vasil Michev in the palatial surroundings of the Continental Hotel in Budapest, and Paul taped the conversation as episode #11 in our “Office 365 Exposed” series. You can listen … Continue reading

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Tracking Change in Office 365 Book Content


The Dead Fish Syndrome I am amused with the notion that technical information presented in a blog, book, article, or any other form can remain relatively current long past its publication date. This certainly was the case when I started … Continue reading

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New Office 365 book from Microsoft Press


Despite what people might think, I welcome the release of the new edition of “Microsoft Office 365 Administration Inside Out.” There is nothing like competition to drive an increase in standards, and even though I think the Office 365 for … Continue reading

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Announcing Office 365 for IT Pros Fourth Edition


The writing team is thrilled to announce that the fourth edition of the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook is now available. We have been working on this book for the last three months and it is great to see … Continue reading

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Office 365 for IT Pros 4th Edition – Change Log


Office 365 for IT Pros, 4th Edition, was published on 1 June 2017.  Copies of the book are available in EPUB/PDF format at practical365.com or Kindle at Amazon.com and local subsidiaries. This document describes the changes made to the book since … Continue reading

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Why You Should Come to Office 365 Engage…


As some of you know, I am the conference chair for Office 365 Engage, a new conference that emphasizes the need to treat Office 365 as a whole rather than a loose collection of mildy-cloudified on-premises applications. The event takes … Continue reading

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