Tag Archives: BYOD

Managing Exchange ActiveSync device partnerships (in a world where we all use too many devices)

This is the text of an article that I wrote for Windows IT Pro magazine that was never published. It might be of some interest and use to folks grappling with ActiveSync partnerships, so I decided to publish it here. … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Digest February 2013

February was quite an interesting month, if you like tracking various bugs and arguing whether Exchange 2013 is fit for deployment. Here’s what happened in my “Exchange Unwashed” blog on WindowsITPro.com during the month: Exchange 2010 Datacenter switchover tool (February … Continue reading

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Why even bulletproofed Exchange ActiveSync is no guarantee of future iOS client happiness

A comment posted to my post wondering whether Apple’s release of iOS 6.1.2 would provide a long-term fix for the problem that causes excessive transaction log growth on Exchange servers (without introducing any new problems) asked a pertinent question: “Maybe … Continue reading

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HP’s BYOD dilemma, Google’s weak keys, and Apple’s PR mastery

A number of recent events have attracted my attention. Maybe they will interest you too. First, an HP executive made an interesting comment in an interview about BYOD when he said that HP wouldn’t introduce a bring-your-own-device to work anytime … Continue reading

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