I can’t believe how quickly this year has gone, it is almost time for me to start packing my bags for another trip.. I’ll be attending the Microsoft Exchange Conference 2012 (MEC) in Orlando, September 24th-26th. I am really looking forward to this great opportunity to learn about the product from the engineers who built [...]
After more than 2 years of the same I have decided to give my blog a new look. It is very much a work in progress for now, but hopefully it does not look too bad! I have once again decided against implementing any form of CSS or styling in my RSS feed as I [...]
Toby and I talking about our “Microsoft Office 365: From Simple Migration to a Hybrid Environment” session at At Tech-Ed Australia 2011.
Toby and I talking about our session at At Tech-Ed Australia 2011
If you missed it, the recorded session and slides are available for download here: http://cgoo.se/ndiUkE
This post is slightly off-topic compared to my regular posts, but its something I’ve been thinking about for some time now and has been one of those things sitting on my to do list that always gets trumped by something more important.
While my blog has never been inaccessible from mobile devices, I have [...]
I am delighted to announce that after a very long month of waiting for the results of the final “qual lab”, I passed and have earned the Microsoft Certified Master | Exchange [...]
This one is slightly off topic, but I thought I would share it nonetheless. I recently came across a post about someone who upgraded through every version of Windows from 1.0 to 7.
What is truly impressive about this is that there is some 20 years of application compatibility to be witnessed. Here [...]
I don’t often have much to say about mobile devices.. it is a frequently discussed topic amongst my friends and colleagues though and everyone generally has their own opinion.
I spent the last month testing a Windows Phone 7 device, The LG E900 to be exact. Before I share my thoughts with you, perhaps I’ll [...]
I was looking around the attachments section of the MS Exchange Team blog earlier trying to find an older version of the Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator when I came across “E2010+MBX+Role+Calc+Spoof.xlsx” I was curious to see what it was so I downloaded it.. lets just say it was not the version I [...]
“Gartner, Inc. has highlighted the key predictions that herald long-term changes in approach for IT organizations and the people they serve for 2010 and beyond. Gartner’s top predictions for 2010 showcase the trends and events that will change the nature of business today and beyond..”
Its a fascinating read, find the full article [...]