Tag Archives: Office Graph

Exchange Unwashed Digest – October 2014

October 2014 was an interesting month for my “Exchange Unwashed” blog on WindowsITPro.com. I had the chance to write about some new technology (Delve), old technology (Exchange 2003 mega-clusters), bad technology (Chrome bugs), and current technology (various posts). All in all, … Continue reading

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Why it is easier for Microsoft to innovate inside Office 365

My last post discussed the fact that an increasing level of integration to create new features by the Office server products creates some issues for hosting companies (other than Office 365) and on-premises customers. At least in the case of … Continue reading

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Increasing Office 365 integration poses challenges for hosters and on-premises customers

It seems to me that a fundamental transformation is occurring within the Office 365 datacenters that has some consequences for those who offer alternate hosted services as well as on-premises customers. And it’s all to do with the level of … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Digest – May 2014

May 2014 brought a TechEd North America event and produced some interesting news from that conference. But there was lots of other stuff to discuss during the month. Here’s what I published on my Exchange Unwashed blog on WindowsITPro.com. Learning about … Continue reading

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Some factors that make it much easier to introduce new features in the cloud

As you’re probably aware, Microsoft uses the same code base to deliver both Exchange 2013 on-premises and Exchange Online. New builds are generated from the base and first appear in Exchange Online and later in a quarterly cumulative update. It … Continue reading

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New technology changes comparison between on-premises and cloud software

When cloud services first became available, it was said that the most dangerous weapon in IT was the article in an airline magazine that attracted the attention of a CIO to a cheap monthly payment per user. Enthused by the … Continue reading

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Twenty-five years chasing the dream of enterprise social networking

The fuss around Microsoft’s announcement of “the enterprise network and the future of work” at the SharePoint Conference (SPC14) in Las Vegas this week reminded me that we have been seeking to extract better information about the complex interconnections that … Continue reading

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