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  • May 30, 2013

    Using an Office 365 free trial domain to test software

    The natural approach when wanting to try out new technology is to set up some test computers.This is the right approach in many situations as it is the best way to verify that technology will actually work in your environment.But if youjust want to find out how technology works, perhaps running a quick test on a cloud platform will do the job. In this case, I used a Office 365 trial domain to test the latest Wave 15 server applications....More
  • May 9, 2013

    Configuring site mailboxes: a candidate for automation 1

    Exchange 2013 supports site mailboxes, a new way of document-centric collaboration that bridges the gap between Exchange and SharePoint. To use site mailboxes, you need to deploy SharePoint 2013 alongside Exchange 2013 and use Outlook 2013 as the client. Outlook is clever enough to mask the join marks between the email items stored and managed by Exchange and the documents held in SharePoint, with each site mailbox using a form of shared mailbox in Exchange and a SharePoint site. So good so far and we’re off to a new era of collaborative bliss – or maybe not....More
  • Mar 28, 2013
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    Session 4: Automating SharePoint Administration with Windows PowerShell - 2013  

    Presented by: Gary Lapointe Running Time: 81 min Knowing the Windows PowerShell syntax is one thing, knowing the SharePoint API and architecture is another thing. And understanding how to use all that knowledge to automate common tasks is something else entirely....More
  • Mar 28, 2013
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 2: Go Beyond the Management Shell with SharePoint and Windows PowerShell - 2013  

    Presented by: Dan Holme and Gary Lapointe Running Time: 100 min Microsoft made important improvements to PowerShell in SharePoint 2013 and in the newest version of Office 365. In this session, Dan and Gary explore the features and capabilities of PowerShell and how it can be used to automate and configure both on-premise and Office 365 SharePoint farms....More
  • Mar 28, 2013
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 3: What's New in PowerShell in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 - 2013  

    Presented by: Gary Lapointe Running Time: 122 min Windows PowerShell is so much more than what you can run from the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell command line. To be an effective SharePoint administrator, you need to be able to automate common or complex tasks with scripts that are reusable, tolerant to errors, and sensitive to edge cases or unexpected conditions....More
  • Mar 28, 2013

    Session 1: A Practical Jump Start to Administering SharePoint with Windows PowerShell - 2013  

    Presented by: Dan Holme Runnint Time: 74 min Join SharePoint MVP Dan Holme for a very practical, super-clear PowerShell jump start. You'll learn that you don’t need to be a scripting guru to use and understand PowerShell and you'll learn how easy it is to manage SharePoint with PowerShell....More
  • Feb 7, 2013

    Office 365 for Business: What to Expect for 2013

    Microsoft continues to plow forward with its cloud strategy and the move to become a devices and services company rather than a simple purveyor of software....More
  • Nov 29, 2012

    How Exchange 2013 Gets Social for Collaboration 2

    One of the initial messages around the launch of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 was that it would be more collaboration-friendly, or indeed, more sociable. In fact, one story around the whole of Microsoft's Wave 15 products is their increased interconnectedness -- that, and the whole extra reliance on the cloud, of course. But it's this collaboration story with Exchange 2013 I was interested to find out more about. According to Microsoft's website, Exchange 2013 is designed "to support people and organizations as their work habits evolve from a communication focus to a collaboration focus." They also make the point that we're dealing with a "multigenerational workforce," and recognizing that point to me means also recognizing that every technology or every method of collaboration isn't going to succeed with every worker, or every age group. Exchange 2013, in fact, has a number of new or improved methods for enabling collaboration....More
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