Tag Archives: Microsoft

Did Exchange ActiveSync help Apple to beat RIM?

Now that the dust has settled down after the publication of my recent interview with Perry Clarke, Microsoft VP for Exchange development, it’s a good time to reflect on some of the statements made by Perry and the reaction that … Continue reading

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Migration more complex than a simple methodology might indicate

Thinking about Microsoft’s new FastTrack 3-stage “sales and deployment methodology” for Office 365 projects, which aims to accelerate the rate that customers can move to their new cloud tenant domains (“to advance from pilot to deployment”). The new methodology is … Continue reading

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Google loses ActiveSync patent case in London

On December 23, 2011 Microsoft sued Motorola Mobility in the High Court in London in an action (reference HC11C04536) that eventually came before Mr Justice Arnold on December 3, 2012. I first heard about the case in May when I … Continue reading

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Microsoft withdraws problematic updates from WSUS, but no cause to celebrate

Yesterday I published a note on WindowsITPro.com describing the confusion that erupted when Microsoft issued KB2506143 (for Windows 2008 R2 SP1) and KB2506146 (for Windows 2008 SP2) through WSUS, a step that normally indicates to system administrators that the fixes … Continue reading

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