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  • Feb 26, 2015
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    Why PowerShell is often not the best tool for reporting Exchange data

    After I discussed the topic of reporting Office 365 in January, some folks contacted me to ask whether it was really necessary to go to the bother and expense of buying an additional software package to generate reports about Office 365 data....More
  • Feb 24, 2015
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    How Office 365 Groups could be so much better - and probably will be in the future

    When I recently discussed the confusion that I see how Office 365 Groups (or “modern groups”) and Yammer appear to serve much the same purpose (albeit in different ways) might be taken as overly critical of Yammer....More
  • Feb 19, 2015
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    Compliance and hybrid problems loom as Microsoft plans to keep every deleted item in Exchange Online

    The Office 365 Roadmap item telling us that Microsoft is "Removing the Deleted Items Retention Period" might cause some brows to furrow, especially when you read the description:...More
  • Feb 18, 2015
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    First update for Outlook apps improves security but lots remains to be done

    Microsoft announced the first update to the Outlook for iOS and Android apps on February 17 since the launch of the rebranded software acquired from Acompli last month....More
  • Feb 17, 2015
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    Delve ups and downs illustrate complexity of Office 365 engineering

    As some of you might know, I quite like Office Delve, the Office 365 feature introduced in September 2014 for English-speaking countries, even if Microsoft created some confusion when they updated Delve with “Boards” (or tagging to use another term) in January. Don’t get me wrong – being able to tag documents unearthed by Delve with project names and other useful terms is a very useful facility....More
  • Feb 12, 2015
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    What Microsoft needs to do to upgrade the Outlook apps

    The recent discussions provoked by Microsoft’s decision to release a rebranded version of the Acompli client acquired in late 2014 as the Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android apps were interesting in many ways. I’m sure that Javier Soltero and his ex-Acompi colleagues received a taste of what it means to be responsible for a Microsoft client that serves such a large installed base of enterprise customers....More
  • Feb 10, 2015
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    Delve exposes Exchange email attachments but some fine-tuning is needed

    Some time ago I posted a note wondering when Delve would start to notice that an awful lot of very interesting information is stored in Exchange mailboxes. People use email to circulate all sorts of ideas and the content held in message bodies and attachments seemed like an excellent source of information for Delve to mine, especially since the same search technology is shared across Exchange and SharePoint....More
  • Feb 5, 2015
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    80 million Exchange Online users as Office 365 progress continues 4

    Microsoft’s latest results (for the second quarter of their FY15 year, released on January 26) contained the interesting news that “Commercial cloud revenue grew 114% driven by Office 365, Azure and Dynamic CRM Online, and is now on an annualized revenue run rate of $5.5 billion.“...More
  • Feb 2, 2015
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    Worried about security and privacy in Outlook for iOS and Android? Here's your chance to debate the issues

    Last Friday I posted an article outlining the reasons why I thought some of the concerns expressed about some security and functionality weaknesses in the rebranded Outlook for iOS and Android apps (late Acompli) were an overreaction. Cue a heap of tweets and other feedback directed my way, some of which questioned whether I was serious. Well, I was. I still think that some of the opinions posted on the Internet are way over the top....More

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