Ignite isn’t yet over and everyone is still astonished by all new improvements promised by Microsoft related to the future SharePoint 2016. This version will have strong interactions with Office 365. For Microsoft, the O365 market is the future and SharePoint a brick of this future. If we talk about O365 here are some numbers presented at Ignite 2015:
Most of the time, when a company moves mailboxes from an old system to a new one, the main reason of this process is to improve the quality of service (QoS). To achieve this goal, the new architecture has to be more robust and to offer more services, knowing that the design needs to match with the current needs of the business.
GSX Monitor is able to send your alerts by email. It is very useful but not when your email server is down. In this case it could be great to receive a text message on your phone. By default GSX Monitor supports regular modems on COM port. However it is less and less frequent to find such equipment in enterprises.
Lync Online was released in 2010. Since end of 2013 you can access nice reports in the interface. However they are a little bit limited and not very flexible. Here is the list of reports you can find in UI:
SharePoint has many cool features but it is never enough for your end-users. This is why companies develop applications and web parts so frequently. SharePoint has a lot of nice tools to debug applications: a dashBoard for developers, trace logs, Visual Studio extensions for Windows SharePoint Services,etc.
Avoiding the migration to Exchange 2013? Many IT administrators are after having experienced the headaches caused by previous migrations, and with good reason - they were cumbersome and time-consuming, and often done with little reward in the end. However, Exchange 2013 comes with significant improvements and new features to make your life easier, and we have identified the main ones below.
PowerShell is a fantastic tool to administrate our servers. I use it every day. However, I would like to use it to receive better information on my servers. So today I will show you how to create Graph reports with PowerShell scripts.
The "Bring Your Own Device" Trend (BYOD) has been making significant contributions to the enterprise for quite a few years now. About 44% of developed markets have already adopted their own devices at work!