Posts Tagged ‘Exchange’

Webinar Recap: @PIH Uses Office 365 for Global Collaboration

Last week, we were very fortunate to have one of our customers, Partners In Health (PIH), join us for a webinar. If you are not familiar with PIH, it’s a Boston based non-profit global healthcare organization with a mission to provide a preferential option for the poor in healthcare. PIH works with sister organizations that […]

Webinar: How the Microsoft Cloud Helps @PIH Improve Global Health

Many nonprofits (and certainly other organizations as well) would likely share the same sentiment as Partners In Health (PIH) – due to the mission at hand, resource allocation, more often than not, prioritizes the needs of people over systems. It’s not all that surprising that this can lead to disbanded communication systems. Systems that, over […]

How Delve Makes your Life Easier!

For some time now Microsoft has been working on an intelligent fabric- machine learning. This algorithm is (now more than ever) becoming an integral part of many new platforms and products, especially office graph which powers the new Office app called “Delve”. Delve is part of the Office 365 suite and is available for all […]

Hands on with new Microsoft Outlook for Android

Today Microsoft released a long-awaited Outlook application for iOS and Android platforms. I downloaded a preview version from Google Play and installed it to my Android phone to give it a quick test. I’m used to accessing my corporate email through the standard Android Email application (which got a significant facelift in Android 5.0) and […]

Lync Server 2013 Contributes to Perficient’s FlexJobs Award

Just recently, Perficient was named as a top 100 company for a remote job by FlexJobs. (Read About It) Being I work from home (as most people do in my field), I definitely felt Perficient was well deserving of this award. Although the FlexJobs criteria didn’t ask “what kind of tools do Perficient employees use […]

Perficient & Partners In Health team up to implement Office 365

Today, Perficient announced it has been working with Partners In Health, a Boston-based nonprofit that delivers high-quality health care and serves impoverished communities around the world, from Haiti to Rwanda to Siberia, to deploy Office 365 at cost. From the Press Release: Founded in 1987, Partners In Health works to strike at the root causes […]

Site Mailbox – A New Way to Collaborate

What’s a Site Mailbox? Site Mailboxes provide a consolidated view of site content stored within SharePoint and Exchange from within Microsoft Outlook. Site Mailboxes help team members share and archive important emails related to a specific subject, instead of losing those emails in individuals’ inboxes. It can be especially helpful resources for new team members […]

All About ‘Clutter’ – Home Run for Microsoft Office Graph

We all receive email that we may have signed up for (such as a blog posts, newsletter) and that isn’t exactly junk, but is less probable to get our attention. Clutter uses the intelligence of Office Graph to see how important (or unimportant) this email is to you. It learns over time your levels of importance, then […]

Expanding Data Loss Prevention Across Office 365

Continuing from my previous post on Information Rights Management (IRM), today we will focus our discussion at yet another security feature which is essentially part of customer controls, known as Data Loss Prevention aka DLP. DLP provides users with policy tips and detects sensitive information in the context of communication. DLP was first rolled out […]

Office 365 - How to Stay Informed of Changes

Office 365 – How to Stay Informed of Changes

As a consultant in our Office 365 practice, part of my role includes keeping up with the constant changes and features being added to the service by Microsoft. When I worked with on-premises versions of Exchange and Lync, it was fairly easy to keep on top of things. You knew when changes came as they […]

Office 365 – Dynamic Distribution Groups in Exchange Hybrid

When running in an Exchange Hybrid configuration, DirSync/AADSync takes care of maintaining a consistent Global Address List (GAL) for both on-premises and cloud users. The one exception is with regards to Dynamic Distribution Groups; these objects need special care to ensure that the recipient filters produce the desired results and for the objects to show […]

Office 365 – Mailbox Fails to Convert During Migration

When migrating a mailbox to Exchange Online via a remote move request, you’ll occasionally encounter an issue where the mailbox has moved successfully but the on-premises mailbox object has not changed to a remote mailbox. If you’re using migration batches, you’ll see a status of “Completed with Errors” for the batch and “Completed with Warning” […]

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