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TOP 3 messages from Microsoft Exchange Conference 2014

  
  
  
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Last week, we attended the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) in Austin, Texas with partners from 41 countries and six continents to discuss current Microsoft Exchange trends. 

Thoughts after the NY Exchange User Group

  
  
  
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The 2014 New York City user group-Techstravaganza was a one-day Technology event that took place at the new Microsoft building in Times Square.  This was the third annual Techstravaganza and would not have been possible without the five trusted Microsoft sponsors which included Jams Enterprise Job Scheduling, Kemp Technologies, Sapien Technologies, Blue Metal and GSX Solutions. All in which have great products that complement Microsoft.   

4th annual PGA Tour with SoftwareOne

  
  
  
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This past weekend, GSX and I had the special privilege to attend the World Championship Golf Tournament in Doral, Florida at the Trump National Golf and Country Club with our valued partner, SoftwareOne

SPC 2014 is over and again it was a blast!

  
  
  
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The 2014 SharePoint Conference at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas lived up to its reputation of being the most comprehensive event in the world dedicated to SharePoint and its related technologies.

Spotlight on Atidan at SharePoint Conference 2014

  
  
  
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GSX was exhibiting at SPC 14 with one of its main SharePoint partners in the US, Atidan. We took the chance to interview David Rosenthal-President & CEO of Atidan and get his insight from Las Vegas.

4 misbeliefs associated with migrating to the cloud

  
  
  
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The Cloud is everywhere, in every company in different formats, private, hybrid or public. The Cloud is a shiny option to consider but companies must be prepared in order to maintain the visibility and the control that you originally had on the applications when they were hosted on-premise.
The rapid growth of the cloud market is leading to the emergence of new services, new ways for services provisioning and new interaction models both amongst cloud providers and service ecosystems using cloud resources.

There are a lot of myths about the performance of the messaging platforms in the cloud. Here are a few worth busting:


SharePoint the fastest growing product in Microsoft portfolio!

  
  
  
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GSX is proud to be exhibiting at SPC 2014! Booth #2132. 

The word is out. There is ONE event that is a must to attend when talking to the SharePoint community and this is SPC 2014.

 



Delaying Exchange 2013 Migration - How to Overcome Challenges?

  
  
  
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In spite of new features and improvements, many companies have decided to hold off on the latest Exchange migration. According to TechTarget's 2014 Windows Server Purchasing Intentions Survey, only 5% of respondents have upgraded to Exchange 2013, while 50% plan to stick with Exchange 2010 in the coming year. So, what's holding organizations back?

Friday Podcast - How to monitor your Hybrid Cloud messaging system?

  
  
  
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Hybrid Cloud refers to the coordination and combination of external Cloud computing services and internal application services. Adoption has grown over the past 5 years and according to Forrester, about half of the US and European enterprise IT decision-makers report that their companies use Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).The Hybrid model of implementing IaaS is particularly enticing for US and European enterprises. 28% of hardware decision-makers report using a Hybrid Cloud strategy for server resources today, and expect 45% by 2016. 

Cloud or not Cloud? The importance of SLAs

  
  
  
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Migration is always a big concern for IT departments whether it concerns upgrading your existing solution On-premise or in the Cloud, or to move to another one. You have to consider the pros and cons keeping one question in mind "What are the values to my end-users?" Knowing that you want this migration to be entirely transparent from an end-user experience perspective.

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