Windows 8.1: Common Myths Around Windows Modern Applications, Microsoft Accounts and Sideloading

The Windows Guy (PFE Milad Aslaner) is back with a new blog post around the biggest myths I see at the moment when talking with Microsoft Premier Customers around Windows Modern Apps in Windows 8.1. For those who remember I wrote something similar when we shipped Windows 8. Myth #1: I need a Microsoft Account…


Tips and Tricks from the Field on the new Distributed Cache Service in SharePoint 2013

Want the “real world” scoop on the new Distributed Cache Service in SharePoint 2013?  In this article, SharePoint PFE Vladimir Medina from Mexico City shares some tips from the field to help you keep your SharePoint 2013 Farm healthy. If you, like me, are playing with SharePoint 2013 or if you have plans to migrate/deploy…


The Windows XP journey ends soon. Are you ready for April 8, 2014?

It’s only 4 months until Windows XP becomes an ex parrot. PFE superstar Milad Aslaner walks us through some of the implications. April 8th 2014 will be a very important day for most enterprises. After that day Microsoft is ending the support for Windows XP Service Pack 3, the last supported version of Windows XP….


Distribution Group Management Across Exchange Server Versions

How to manage distribution groups across different versions of Exchange?  It’s a great question!  Our resident Exchange expert Frank Plawetzki bei Deutschland takes us through this issue.  Read on ! Issue: Imagine an Outlook user who tries to edit the membership attribute of a distribution list he owns. Actually the distribution list is a universal…


Dude! What’s flowing in my Exchange environment?

Akshay, Rafey and Lalita (a.k.a. ‘Exchange Ninjas’ ) are Premier Field Engineers from the Global Business Support – India team, who specialize in Exchange Server and allied technologies. In this collaborative work, they provide a practical and simple way of analyzing your Exchange logs. While interacting with our customers in field, we often find that…