TEC 2010 FOllow-up: some interesting bpos links and one rms answer

Last week I was in Los Angeles, to deliver two sessions for The Experts Conference, one on how one can use Active Directory Rights Management Server to protect Exchange 2010, and one entitled “Exchange: On Premises or In the Cloud”.

During that last session, I promised to post all links I referred too, and here they are, or here it is, all links have already been gathered by Brett Hill, and posted here:

Quick-Reference for BPOS-S Technical Content

In addition, Tommy Clarke has posted a very nice comparison between Office Communications Online Standard, and Office Communications Server 2007 R2 last month, it’s available here:

Comparison Between Office Communications Online Standard and Office Communications Server 2007 R2

During my talk on Information Rights Management, the question came “how about Apple?”,  there is a double answer to this question:

  • Using OWA, it is possible to consume IRM protected messages, and to create them, as taken from TechNet:

Source = http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd876891.aspx

Cross-browser, multiple platform IRM support   IRM in Outlook Web App offers cross-browser, multiple platform IRM support. IRM in Outlook Web App is supported in all browsers supported by Exchange 2010, including on Apple Macintosh and Linux operating systems

  • Using the next version of Office for MAC:

Source = http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/microsoft-provides-a-first-look-at-the-ribbonized-office-for-mac-2011/5231

“Microsoft officials announced in August 2009 that the company was working on a new version of its productivity suite for the Mac — which has been christened Office 2011 for Mac, officials said on February 11. Last year, Microsoft officials said the new suite would include Outlook in place of the current Entourage mail client, support for Microsoft’s information rights management (IRM) content protection, and support for Visual Basic.”


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