Exchange Server 2016 Architecture flashes

There is a nice brief and superficial description of new Exchange 2016 architecture changes in comparison to Exchange 2013 by Ross Smith.
maximumExchange.ru-Exchange2016
And his “Exchange Server Preferred Architecture” Ignite session follows right then.

This session reviews the preferred architecture for deploying Exchange Server. These principles apply to both Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Server 2016 due later this year. Learn how the building block architecture is intended to be designed for your organization and the principles behind the recommendations. This session covers the new server architecture in detail. This session allows you to gain deep understanding of the Exchange Server 2013 and 2016 architecture and is a “must-attend” session to begin your own design.

Evening IT Club #19

Hei,
We’ve missed last session in april due to overall business of many members, so I propose to launch a new Club session now at May 20.
Feel free to comment with opt-in/out for this date, together we can find the best suitable day for everybody.

>> Join Skype Meeting (to be updated)

Discussion Topic proposal:

  • New star: Exchange 2016
  • Public Folder – ways out with modern Exchange 2013 /me
  • EdgeTransport, do we need it? /me, Marcus
  • Howto: Outlook in client Citrix profiles /Stian

Upd: Welcome to the meeting today, Skype meeting url is now sent out to all subscribers. Exchange 2016 topic is updated after multiple requests (and I’m afraid everybody is attracted by this so much so discussion might take the most of time:)

Microsoft Exchange 2016

A new version of Exchange inevitably creates some speculation as to what big headline features will be included. As examples of headline features, Exchange 2007 introduced log shipping, Exchange 2010 gave us the Database Availability Group, and Exchange 2013 brought Managed Availability to the table. These features are important in terms of convincing customers to upgrade to the new version. Continue reading Microsoft Exchange 2016

Skype for Business rolls out for Office365

On April 14, 2015, the Skype for Business client will be available for Office365 organizations via Click to Run. Now that Lync is joining the Skype family, the Skype for Business client and the Skype for Business Online experience will expose users to a new user interface, without losing the security and control of Lync. Microsoft has built a number of resources to help roll this change out to users in your organization.

More details Continue reading Skype for Business rolls out for Office365

Lync is becoming Skype for Business

Changes are coming to Lync Online in Office 365. Lync is joining the Skype family, so in the coming months, Lync will be changing to Skype for Business. Please check back because this page will be updated frequently to provide you with important information about the Skype for Business client and the Skype for Business Online service. Microsoft hopes that by giving you this information, it will help you through this transition.
Continue reading Lync is becoming Skype for Business

Evening IT Club: show must go on #17

Hello everyone in 2015!
our Evening IT club keeps meeting every first or second Wednesday of month locally in our Atea office and via Skype/Lync.
I’d like to thank all of 26 members of the last meeting in December and would be glad to see you again at the upcoming Wednesday February 4, 2015 16:30.

New meeting topics are:

  • “Upgrading Exchange 2010 to 2013, tough (: experience” by Morten; and
  • “Migration from Google Apps to Exchange Online” by me, based on a recently completed project, and we think to continue with this topic at next meeting.

As always – we are glad to meet new members, feel free to request Lync meeting url/office address below (comments are hidden by default, but I surely see them).