Tony Redmond

Senior Contributing Editor, Windows IT Pro

Tony Redmond is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro. His latest books are Office 365 for Exchange Professionals (eBook, May 2015) and Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability (Microsoft Press, October 2013).


Posts by Tony Redmond

Microsoft intends to charge for the Office 365 Import Service

When Microsoft announced the Office 365 Import Service at Ignite, it all looked set fair for an offering intended that provided Office 365 tenants....More

Exchange 2016 debuts to delight on-premises customers

After what seems to have been a much calmer Technology Adoption Program (beta tests), Exchange 2016 passed all the required quality benchmarks to....More

Office 365 Groups, transport rules, and network tweaks

It’s been a busy week for many reasons, so I have a few things to report in quick succession....More

Growing Office 365 numbers make Microsoft's SLA calculation less valuable

I recently read a report about Office 365 that contained the following statement: “Despite the rhetoric about stability, reliability, and high....More

New APIs make Office 365 monitoring easier

Anyone who has worked with Exchange for any length of time will be aware that Microsoft doesn’t boast an impressive record when it comes to....More

Outlook (Office 365) Groups app appears for mobile devices

At the Ignite conference last May, Microsoft promised to release a mobile app for Office 365 Groups on the Windows Phone, iOS, and Android platforms....More

All the Exchange news from IT/DEV Connections 2015

I’m on the way back home after the 2015 IT/DEV Connections conference, which took place this week in the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas. Thankfully,....More

Updates lay the foundation for the launch of Exchange 2016

Because it’s been a while since Microsoft shipped Exchange 2013 CU9, today’s release of Exchange 2013 CU10 came as no surprise. After all....More

Office 2016 - great for Office 365 but not so good for on-premises customers

Microsoft will formally release the new Office 2016 suite of desktop applications on September 22. It is natural to ask whether any compelling reason....More

Moving back to Windows Phone 8.1

Last Friday, I gave up on Windows 10 Mobile (build 10512). The new version of the O/S, which is still very much in beta, had been running on my Lumia....More

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