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Office 365 Mobile Service Delivery Management at the click of a button

Posted by Jean-Francois Piot on Tue, Jun 12, 2018

The mobile workforce is taking over the traditional workforce organization in most industries, especially IT.

While this opens plenty of opportunities, it also comes with massive challenges for an IT organization. Now that services are delivered on devices that often are not under the maintenance of the company (BYOD), it is hard for IT to know if they are providing reliable delivery of the services, cloud or on-prem, that they provide. 

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Tags: hybrid cloud, Cloud, application performance monitoring, Service Delivery, Office 365, ActiveSync, APM, BYOD, Office 365 monitoring, End user Experience, office 365 performance, DEM, Office 365 Hybrid

The smart way to BES 12

Posted by Tosin Vaithilingam on Thu, Jan 08, 2015

Let's start with a quick introduction to BES 12. BES 12 is the latest EMM solution from BlackBerry, it helps you do the following:

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Tags: BlackBerry Enterprise server, BES, BES monitoring, BES environment, Blackberry monitoring, ActiveSync, BES12, BYOD, Blackberry

Create Graph Reports with PowerShell for Exchange 2010 and ActiveSync

Posted by Arnaud Buonaccorsi on Mon, Aug 19, 2013

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.

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Tags: Exchange 2010, Microsoft, Exchange, ActiveSync, Powershell

PowerShell Tip: Easily Manage all of Your "BYOD" Devices

Posted by Arnaud Buonaccorsi on Fri, Jul 26, 2013

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! 

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Tags: Exchange Migration, Microsoft, Exchange, ActiveSync, Powershell, BYOD, Best practices

ActiveSync for Exchange 2010

Posted by Carl Drechsel on Fri, Jul 27, 2012

As more and more companies are adopting BYOD supporting a broad set of end user devices security and device management take on greater importance. As we are left wonder where the BlackBerry Enterprise Server will fit into the current and future state of enterprise messaging other vendors and technologies are left to fill the gaps. Anyone who has been working with Exchange for some time knows that ActiveSync has been around for a while; its recent evolution brings us to the current version which is part of Exchange 2010.

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Tags: Exchange 2010, Mobile Device Management, ActiveSync