B. K. Winstead

B. K.

B. K. Winstead is a former editor for Windows IT Pro specializing in Exchange Server, messaging, mobility, unified communications, and cloud computing.

email pollution, or just a landfill
Email Pollution: Stop the Madness 2
Email pollution is clogging our Inboxes and our minds, but follow these rules and you can help make a better world. Pass it on!
Training that helps your business also leads to better pay
Exchange Server & Lync Training Resources
Training that helps your business also leads to better pay. Here are training resources for Microsoft Exchange Server and Lync.
The Future of Tech Conferences Is Tech 2
Technical conferences need to give attendees a better conference experience with mobile apps, more accessible wi-fi, and charging stations.
Microsoft's Summer of Love
The summer of 2012 has seen Microsoft making announcements and releasing products with Olympic proportions.
SMBs Ready for Cloud Application Delivery, GFI Delivers 2
Small-to-midsized businesses (SMBs) appear ready to adopt cloud computing for application delivery, says a new survey released by GFI software, although concerns about complexity and security remain.
Buyer's Guide: Hosted Email Archiving
Archiving email to the cloud is a good choice for many organizations, but choosing which provider is not a decision to be taken lightly.
Product Review: Messageware OWA Desktop
Messageware’s OWA Desktop offers an efficient, cost-effective option for users who want desktop-client Outlook access without the associated costs.
Exchange Backup & Protection with a New Name from Lucid8
Lucid8's Exchange Protection Manager provides continuous data protection for Microsoft Exchange Server, and also gives you the ability to do granular restores.
Buyer's Guide: Exchange Server Auditing Software
Every organization has some need for auditing, particularly with the Exchange Server environment. Focusing on the type of information you need to capture will help narrow your choice of a third-party product.
Exchange 2010 Architecture: Microsoft's Rajesh Jha Talks About the Future of Exchange 2
Microsoft's Rajesh Jha discusses the growing role of the cloud in the future development of Exchange Server, but he also stresses the importance of listening to customer's requirements and embracing change.
Exchange 2010 Architecture: Microsoft's Adam Glick Talks About Unified Messaging
Microsoft's Adam Glick discusses the unified messaging (UM) features available in Exchange Server 2010, such as voicemail preview, Auto Attendant for call answering rules, and the possible future ability to virtualize the UM server role.
Exchange 2010 Architecture: Microsoft's Ankur Kothari Talks About Personal Archives
Microsoft's Ankur Kothari discusses the Personal Archives in Exchange Server 2010, along with related features such as email retention policies and mailbox search capabilities for e-discovery.
Exchange 2010 Architecture: Microsoft's Jon Orton Talks About Exchange Online
Microsoft's Jon Orton discusses rich coexistence scenarios with Exchange Online and on-premises deployments of Exchange Server, as well as the benefits for both businesses and IT pros in moving email systems to Microsoft's hosted solution.
Exchange 2010 Architecture: Microsoft's Adam Glick Talks About EAS
Microsoft's Adam Glick discusses the Exchange ActiveSync protocol, which is a standard for applying policies to smartphones and other mobile devices. But Exchange Server 2010 gives you other options to control connections as well.
Buyer's Guide: Exchange Server Backup and Recovery Software 2
With Exchange Server 2010, you can forego traditional backups with DAGs, but if you're looking for a software solution, keep in mind factors such as whether it's a dedicated Exchange product and how it performs the backup.
Hyper-V Master Class

Hyper-V Master Class with John Savill
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John Savill provides 12 hours of detailed instruction covering all the key aspects of a Hyper-V based virtualization environment covering both capabilities in Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016. John will walk attendees through resource allocation and architecture, storage, networking (including Network Virtualization), clustering, migration technologies, replication, private cloud, session virtualization, migration from other technologies, integration with Microsoft Azure, and more. At the end of this class, attendees will be able to architect and manage an enterprise-level Hyper-V environment.


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