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    The study of economics throws up some fantastic names for concepts or economic models, some of which have become part of the standard lexicon, such as the Law of Diminishing Returns , or the concept of opportunity cost , which I've written about before . Though it sounds like it might be something...
  • Blog Post: The business case for Exchange 2007 - part III

    This is a continuation of an occasional series of articles about how specific capabilities of Exchange 2007 can be mapped to business challenges. The other parts, and other related topics, can be found here . GOAL: Lower the risk of being non-compliant Now here's a can of worms. What is "compliance"...
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    (this is a follow on to the previous post on measuring business impact , and are my own thoughts on the case for moving to Exchange 2007) There are plenty of resources already published which talk about the top reasons to deploy, upgrade or migrate to Exchange 2007 - the top 10 reasons page would be...
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    Another installment in a series of posts outlining the case for going to Exchange 2007. Previous articles can be found here . GOAL: Make flexible working easier "Flexible Working" might mean different things to differing organisations - some might think of mobile staff who turn up at any office with...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Online Services prices cut

    The snappily-titled Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS) offering, announced some price cuts the other day… I heard from someone internally that the price cuts were driven by increased economy of scale – ie. as more customers signed up for BPOS, the cost per customer of providing the...
  • Blog Post: The business case for Exchange 2007 - part II

    (This is a follow on to the previous post on measuring business impact , and the first post on the business case for Exchange 2007 , and are my own thoughts on the case for moving to Exchange 2007). It's part of a series of posts which I'm trying to keep succinct, though they tend to be a bit longer...