Introduction This article will speak to load balancing Exchange, and specifically with a review of the Kemp load balancer virtual (VLM) appliance. Why load balance Exchange Every generation of Exchange had their own areas of specialty: Exchange 2003 forced us to learn about clustering and SAN’s Exchange 2007 made us PKI experts, Exchange 2010 on […]
Lepide Exchange Manager (LEM) was a pleasant surprise when it crossed my desk. LEM allows for the recovery of mail from a variety of sources into EML’s, MSG’s PST’s or online mailboxes. While this kind of product certainly isn’t new, the simplicity and speed of LEM coupled with a common sense approach to its user […]
Some of you may know that I own and operate a consultancy, however what isn’t so obvious, is that we have staff, which need to stay certified. With the new partner competencies in mind, getting your staff up to speed on their certs quickly is a concern. I’m not going to discuss the partner requirements […]
The Microsoft Touch Mouse, honestly I was amazed when I saw this on a PC platform. A lot of the gestures make sense and all I can say is that I’d like one please! Checkout the video to see for yourself.
According to Redmond Magazine who released an article by the same name here. A few surprises – Exchange 2010 and Office 2010 aren’t on the list – but then they were released in 2009. Things that aren’t surprises are the number 1 and the things that aren’t number one – but don’t let me spoil […]
That a quote from the bottom of a series of Microsoft Web pages. Interested ? Read on…. Things have been rather interesting over at http://www.microsoft.com/web/, specifically over at www.microsoft.com/web/drupal www.microsoft.com/web/wordpress www.microsoft.com/web/umbraco www.microsoft.com/web/dotnetnuke www.microsoft.com/web/screwturnwiki www.microsoft.com/web/blogengine www.microsoft.com/web/joomla Each one of these represents a download area to an installer to get any one of these applications downloaded […]