How to Master the Art of Hybrid Office 365 Management

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How to Master the Art of Hybrid Office 365 Management

New, Live Webinar Broadcast on Thursday, January 31, 2019, 2PM ET/11am PT. How to Master the Art of Hybrid Office 365 Management Studies show that majority of enterprises and organizations will run a Hybrid environment of MS Exchange and Office 365 as they migrate to the cloud. Many will run this configuration for the long-term. [...]

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7 Benefits of Moving Your Mailbox to Exchange Online

7 Benefits of an Exchange Online Migration

Is your enterprise still using on-premises email? It’s time to consider moving your operations to the cloud. You can easily migrate users to a Microsoft Exchange server online, an industry-leading cloud solution. Used by small businesses, medium-sized businesses, and Fortune 500 companies, Exchange Online has numerous features and advantages not available through an on-prem service. [...]

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Pros and Cons of an Exchange Hybrid Environment

Pros and Cons of an Exchange Hybrid Environment

Is your organization considering a hybrid Microsoft Office 365 deployment? There’s a lot to think about. In a hybrid exchange environment, an organization is able to connect its on-premises Microsoft Exchange users and cloud users into a single system. There are both advantages and disadvantages to creating an Exchange hybrid environment. Whether it’s right for [...]

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Announcing Cayosoft Administrator 5.4 – the best Hybrid Office 365 Group Management Solution

Cayosoft is excited to announce the release of Cayosoft Administrator v5.4. This new version adds advanced group management capabilities for Hybrid Active Directory and Hybrid Office 365 Enterprise Management. V5.4 extends Cayosoft lead as the best solution for Microsoft Management through every step of the IT’s Microsoft Cloud Journey.  Why group management and why now? Managing access across Active Directory (AD), Exchange, and Office 365 is a cumbersome [...]

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Microsoft Azure Back after Yesterdays Outage

Microsoft Azure Outage Shows the Good & Bad of Cloud Services Microsoft Azure Services were restored after an outage Tuesday that affected a wide variety of customers. After what Microsoft described as a “Cooling Issue” in their South Central US Data Center, customers began experiencing a loss of services such as Azure AD and Visual [...]

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Azure File Sync Now Generally Available for Hybrid File Storage

Call Now for Fast Cache After almost a year in public preview, Azure File Sync is now generally available. Like all good hybrid solutions, Azure File Sync solves both some problems unique to on-premises and to cloud while emphasizing the strengths of both options. Here’s how it works.  Organizations centralize their file storage in Azure’s [...]

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Microsoft Q4 Growth, Earnings in Cloud Surpass Expectations

Microsoft Q4 Growth Earnings In Cloud Surpass Expectations

Growing Gains Microsoft recently released their Q4 earnings report, and the results are impressive. Analysts were projecting $29.21 billion in overall revenue but actual results were $30.09 billion, a 17% increase year-over-year. Per share, that shakes out to $1.13, a nickel more than the expected $1.08/share. Most legacy, non-cloud based services increased in growth moderately [...]

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Free Whitepaper: Top 5 Methods to Reduce Office 365 License Costs

Top 5 Methods to Reduce Office 365 License Costs

Office 365 licenses are incredibly diverse in both function and price. With a smart license strategy and a few tips, your organization can optimize license usage and minimize costs while simplifying day-to-day license administration.   This whitepaper will illustrate 5 key areas where you can build this critical strategy. You’ll explore how to squeeze the most out [...]

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Have Teams and Skype for Business Reached Feature Parity?

Have Teams and Skype for Business Reached Feature Parity?

Inequal to the Task As discussed frequently on this blog, updates to Teams have been pouring in over the last year. Teams will eventually replace Skype for Business, so it was big news at Microsoft’s Inspire partner show when it was announced that the two solutions had achieved feature parity. The claim has raised more [...]

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Exchange Web Services Fossilizes, Loses Basic Authentication

Exchange Web Services Fossilizes, Loses Basic Authentication

Exchanged for a Graph –  The word is out. Exchange Web Services (EWS) will receive no more feature updates, though security and “certain non-security” updates will continue going forward. The same applies to EWS’s SDKs for Java and .NET. EWS will remain available and supported in production environments, but the lack of feature updates means [...]

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