In this 1st episode, learn a little more about keynoter Brad Anderson, Channel 9 rockstar Rick Claus, and the inventor of PowerShell, Jeffrey Snover. Again, IT/Dev Connections is only a few weeks away!...More
Earlier this month Gmail rolled out a new “unsubscribe button” feature for users, in order to allow users of the email service to easily and quickly unsubscribe from marketing email lists right from the address line. This certainly spells doom for marketing and business email effectiveness, doesn’t it?...More
All of the hoo-hah that occurred at the recent Microsoft Exchange Conference around the many wonderful things that will soon appear in Office 365 as described in Microsoft’s “Evolution of Email” post will have fallen on stony ground for some. Those of us who use Office 365 will, of course, have no opportunity to vote on the matter because we have to accept the functionality provided in the service....More
Microsoft has published KB2997355 to provide a script fix for the issue that plagued Exchange 2013 administrators when they found that they couldn’t use the Exchange Administration Center (EAC) to manage Exchange Online mailboxes after deploying Exchange 2013 CU6....More
While China's antitrust complaint against Microsoft may in some ways resemble decade-old charges in the US and Europe, it is different in one major way: speed. Just a month after confirming that it was investigating the software giant for antitrust violations in that country, China has given Microsoft 20 days to formally respond to the complaint....More
Windows Server 2012 R2 provides a huge number of changes and capabilities to Windows Server 2012. Join John Savill for three technical sessions that will dive into some of the more advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 features, help you understand their benefits, and show you how to start implementing.