Michael Caton

Exchange Expansion

The newest version of Microsofts Exchange Server is as significant a leap forward as the two other major platforms Microsoft introduced in 2006—Office 2007 and Windows Vista.The changes to...

Exchange Server 2007: Been There, Done That?

The newest version of Microsofts Exchange Server is as significant a leap forward as the two other major platforms Microsoft introduced in 2006—Office 2007 and Windows Vista. The changes to...

Culture of Sharing Is Possible

It can be difficult to identify trends in the area of collaboration because the products in this category are so different.Looking back at 2006, though, one thing is clear:...

Dont Underestimate Exchange

Microsoft has had, to put it mildly, a busy end of the year. Thats made me busy, too—most recently, with testing the latest release of Microsofts Exchange Server 2007.So...

Thunderbird 2.0 Beta Improves Navigation, Security

The first beta of Mozillas Thunderbird 2.0 e-mail client reveals a focus on improving organization and navigation. The beta, which came out in early December, is a developer preview release...

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Identity-Based Zero Trust is More Than a Buzzword

Zero Trust is being invoked frequently by security professionals, almost as a cure-all for all those things that keep them up at night. In...

Talking Digital Transformation with the Boston Red Sox

In the sports-event industry, the COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented challenges. Despite the setbacks, COVID-19 accelerated digital transformation initiatives, resulting in a better experience for...

Microsoft Announces Windows 365 Cloud Desktop at Its Inspire Partner Event

Microsoft recently held its annual partner event, Inspire, where it announced new features to its 365 suites. Many of these new changes are solutions...

Riding the Hybrid Work Wave with Automation: Advice for Companies

The mass shift to remote work in 2020 turned out to be a positive for most workers, which means the hybrid workforce – a...

Masergy Performance Edge Solves the Unsolvable Middle Mile Problem

SD-WANs and SASE are red hot today and they should be, as they are the most transformative technologies for the WAN since, well, maybe...