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Jun 30, 2015

Clutter and Groups killed Office 365's People View 1

The harsh reality of an aspect of software development for cloud services is evident in the way Microsoft cut the People View feature from Outlook Web App (OWA) in Office 365. Introduced to First Release tenants in August 2014 and then generally in November 2014, Microsoft took the decision to withdraw People View from March 30, 2015. That process completed in May 2015 and no Office 365 tenant now has access to People View....More
Jun 29, 2015

Risks of Running Windows Server 2003 Beyond End-Of-Life: It's Time to Act. What's Your Action Plan?

Windows Server 2003 End-of-Life (EOL) is just weeks away and millions of servers are still running on this operating system. Are you certain what migration path is right for your business? What happens to performance, security and compliance requirements when Microsoft stops supporting your operating system? There is no time to lose – you must define your migration strategy and act now to protect your business. Know the risks, key things to consider, and your migration options....More
Jun 29, 2015

Do We Really Need Microsoft Support Anyway?

Based on the cost of extended support agreements, companies wonder “do we really need vendor support, or should we just keep running the older software without paying for support?”...More
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