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Analyzing the Office Servers and Services MVP community 2017

The MVP program (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) is designed to recognize “technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community.” People are always curious about the make-up of the MVP group (including MVPs themselves), so I decided to take … 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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Email’s about to die? I think not

Ho hum: the recent Wired.com article “The Next Big Thing You Missed: Email’s About to Die, Argues Facebook Co-Founder” seemed to be one big advertisement for Asana, a startup based in San Francisco. Asana, led by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, … Continue reading

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SQL, OFS, Exchange file system, WinFS, and other murky dealings

Like many people who are interested in Microsoft Exchange, I have followed the ESE versus SQL debate with some interest for as long as it’s been going on, or just about the entire lifetime of the product. ESE stands for Extensible Storage … Continue reading

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The consequences of Microsoft’s new cloud-centric security product strategy

If you haven’t read the news about Microsoft’s new direction for its on-premises security products, you might not be aware that offerings such as Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE) and Threat Management Gateway (TMG) will not be carried forward into … Continue reading

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