Exchange 14 is shaping up to be a huge change from the application we know and (most of the time) love. Architecturally the biggest difference is that 14 is designed to run in the Cloud on MS’s Software + Services platform.
I just spotted an interesting post over on James Urquharts blog. It echo’s a few conversations I’ve had recently about how enterprises might start to adopt cloud solutions and how they can prepare themselves for a future where services are delivered outside of their own data centres. I think that James is right, the existing […]
Whilst the release of Exchange and Sharepoint Online are good moves both for MS and customers, it’s the next generation of Online services that may be the ones to worth waiting for.
One of the more interesting things to come out of the recent PDC conference (for me at least) was the work MS has been doing around identity in the cloud. It’s always looked like a bit of a stumbling block for the adoption of cloud services, especially for enterprises where simple user interfaces and single […]
Can enterprises currently buy effective cloud computing or cloud services?