In case you were caught up in the spectacle surrounding "Back to the Future" day this week, here's what you may have missed in the Exchange and Office 365 world:
With Microsoft's recent release of Exchange 2016 to the public, you may be left wondering whether upgrading is the best course of action for your organization. In this post, Michael Van Horenbeeck walks through key considerations to make before upgrading to help you make a more informed decision.
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Microsoft’s Preferred Architecture for Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Server 2016 recommends enabling BitLocker. However, to many, this is a foreign technology.
In this post, Ross Smith IV provides an overview of BitLocker, deployment options, tips for setting up your environment and more. Read more here.Podcast Episode 5: Hybrid Exchange with Michael Van Horenbeeck
In this podcast, MVPs Paul Cunningham and Michael Van Horenbeeck talk hybrid Exchange deployments with Office 365 and dive into what's new with hybrid in Exchange Server 2016. Read more here.
In this post, Paul Robichaux announces his move to ENow as CTO, explains what his new role will entail and much more. Read more here.
After experiencing a major outage in Exchange 2010, Jaap Wesselius explains why the replication service doesn’t seem to be working and how to correct the issue. Read more here.
In this post, Andrew Higginbotham explains how he troubleshooted a situation where the web management service wouldn’t start, which caused the Exchange 2013 CU10 update to fail. Read more here.
Exchange’s underappreciated single-page patching capability
Exchange's single-page patching capability is an invisible yet effective feature. In this post, Tony Redmond explains why this feature is so valuable for detecting corrupted database pages and retrieving replacement data. Read more here.