What Does Office 2013 Mean for Office 365 Subscribers?

This past week in San Francisco Microsoft announced the upcoming release of Office 2013. I am writing this post on Saturday so a review of the new look and features is already old news. I am an Office 365 subscriber, though, so what exactly does this new release of Office mean for me? What is […]
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Configuring Exchange Servers in the Cloud

This week I digress once again from my intended progression of posts to deal with some real world issues … Learning Tree’s “choice in the classroom” now offers attendees the option of working either with a partner or on their own when doing the hands-on exercises. As part of this initiative authors are reviewing classroom […]
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Top 11 Reasons I Prefer Office 365 Over Google Apps

Warning: This post is subjective and highly opinionated! I will admit to having a Microsoft bias as that is the technology I tend to use most often. That said I think all of the following are valid. I welcome comments and discussion. 11. Office 365 works seamlessly with the Office 2010 software installed on my […]
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Using Amazon EC2 in Learning Tree’s Office 365 Course

Our upcoming Office 365 course will feature an exercise where attendees will gain real hands-on experience migrating on-premises Exchange mailboxes to the cloud. In order to do this we will require one on-premises Exchange server per student team. Further, each Exchange server has to exist on a unique domain which has been registered with a […]
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Office 365 Service Requests: Customer Service in the Cloud

Season’s greetings! Seems like forever ago since my last post. I have been heads-down working on the upcoming Learning Tree Office 365 course. As part of writing the course I have had to provision multiple Office 365 subscriptions. The development team is using Office 365 as a way to collaborate on the course documents. It […]
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