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New CTO, new Linux focus for HP?

The conspiracy theorists will have had a field day with the news that HP has spent $500,000 to upgrade their membership of the Linux Foundation to “Platinum” level. Taken together with the other recent announcement that Martin Fink has taken … Continue reading

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Countdown accelerates to Microsoft Exchange Conference – worth attending?

As I write, there are 67 days to go before the new, improved, and so much better Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) returns after its ten-year hiatus. Even though I have attending far too many IT conferences in Orlando, I’ll be … Continue reading

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Fall Exchange Connections wrap-up

I’m home from the Fall 2011 Exchange Connections conference and have successfully transitioned from the Las Vegas sunshine to the drab wonders of an Irish winter. I’m wondering whether I will be able to readjust back to both the weather … Continue reading

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Exploring Office 365 recipient limits

Office 365 is available in a number of plans. Small business owners, like myself, find the low-cost entry point of Plan P1 very attractive while larger enterprises will find that the “E” plans better suit their needs (see this blog … Continue reading

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Off to Spring Connections and an interesting video

This video posted on the Seattle Pi site is an interesting walk down through memory lane as it wanders from the introduction of products such as Word to Exchange to SharePoint Portal Server to today’s fascination about all things to do … Continue reading

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White van to the Côte d’Azur

I am delighted to announce that I have joined the “man with white van” movement after driving a Mercedes Sprinter van from Dublin to the South of France and back. The van was hired from Van, a company that … Continue reading

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