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

Transition from on-premises to cloud reflected in Microsoft's latest results

Microsoft released their Q1 FY16 results on October 22 and I took a look at what they reported. Not because I like pouring over financial documents....More

Veeam and Office 365 - not today, maybe in the future

In September, I wrote about how features included in Office 365 undermine the case advanced by vendors who seek to convince customers of the need for....More

What Exchange admins need to know about SharePoint Online backup and restore

In most cases, Exchange is the easiest workload to move to Office 365, which is why many companies have moved mailboxes to the cloud over the last....More

Creating a common groups platform for Office 365

Some weeks ago, I wrote about the question that many people have when they consider what collaboration platform to use within Office 365. Essentially....More

Outlook's likes and mentions really don't float my boat

The news that Microsoft is about to make Outlook Web Access (OWA, or if you work for marketing, Outlook on the web) and Outlook 2016 behave like....More

FUD continues over OWA backdoor exploit

Last week, I wrote about a report issued by security company Cybereason that reported how an attacker had gathered 11,000 sets of user credentials....More

The ongoing debate over Office 365 Groups and Yammer

On June 11, Jim Lundy contributed an article titled “Office 365 Groups versus Yammer: Is Microsoft Pulling the Plug on Yammer?” and....More

Doubtful security report about OWA flaw gains headlines but offers little real value

The recent Cybereason report titled “A new persistent attack methodology targeting Microsoft Outlook Web Application (OWA)” probably....More

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

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