Tony Redmond

Senior Contributing Editor, Windows IT Pro

Tony Redmond is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro and the author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out (Microsoft Press) and Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability (Microsoft Press, October 2013).
 

Posts by Tony Redmond

Satya Nadella launches Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft Ignite is massive. Over 23,000 people have come together in Chicago to attend the technical event that replaces conferences such as TechEd....More

Clearing the decks for Ignite - more on Office 365 numbers, anti-malware, and PST imports

The countdown to Microsoft Ignite next week has truly begun as I have seen a barrage of tweets (is that the collective noun?) to inform me that....More

Enhanced NDRs for Exchange Online but no news for on-premises servers

Among the blizzard of pre-Ignite announcements, you might have spotted the news from the Office 365 team that they are rolling out "enhanced non....More

Office 365 Groups show up in Outlook 2016 Preview

Office 365 Groups first appeared in October 2014 to deliver team collaboration workspaces created from an Exchange Online shared mailbox and calendar....More

Microsoft on course for $6.3 billion run rate for commercial cloud services implying 90 million Office 365 mailboxes

In February, Microsoft estimated that the annual run rate for commercial cloud products was on course to achieve an annual run rate of $5.5 billion....More

Treat the new Office 365 150 MB maximum message size with caution

I hope that the excitement that I heard voiced by many when Microsoft announced that Office 365 now allows the transmission of messages of up to 150....More

Customer lockbox the most interesting feature in Office 365 security announcements

It’s the conference season. RSA, the big gathering for the security industry, is this week. Microsoft Build is next week and Ignite the week....More

Microsoft teases about Exchange 2016 but the real detail will be at Ignite

A new version of Exchange inevitably creates some speculation as to what big headline features will be included. As examples of headline features,....More

Struggling with the Dropbox integration with Office Online

I have been trying to make sense of the integration between the Office Online applications and Dropbox announced on April 9. I suspect I am not the....More

Why do so many different administration interfaces exist inside Office 365?

One of the criticisms I have heard leveled against Office 365 is that its administrative interfaces are a confusing mash-up where the browser is the....More

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