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  • Blog Post: Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Switch On Your Internet…

    What a long post title to basically share a link to a recent video I recorded with Microsoft U.K.’s very own Eileen Brown (leading IT Pro evangelist, and social media expert) about our recent unveiling of Exchange 2010 : This video was shot just minutes after spending nearly seven hours presenting and...
  • Blog Post: Day 4 – If it’s Tuesday, it must be Frankfurt

    Gutten Tag! Day 4 of the European adventure takes us to Frankfurt, Germany.  The journey has been a lot of fun, albeit tiring.  Once more here’s some video evidence of what’s been happening on the road: And, thanks to everyone who has watched the videos and provided the feedback about the volume...
  • Blog Post: World, Meet Exchange 2010

      After spending more than year working on the Exchange product management team, I can finally start talking about all the cool stuff the Exchange team has been building over the last several years.  That’s right, today we took the wraps off, dispensed with all the secrecy, and publicly announced...
  • Blog Post: What? A Bus Tour Across Central Europe?

    Hello world! I’m being serious. I’ve just resurfaced after spending nearly two weeks in a “executive keynote demo bunker”, building out a cool demo rig for a big upcoming event (wink, wink).  Man, I had a beard and everything, and mostly sustained myself with Starbucks coffee, good humor, and the...
  • Blog Post: blog:reloaded

    Can you believe that I have not tended to my blog for nearly 8 months?  Wait. Don't answer that! Why? Well, it is pretty easy to tell that by noticing that my last post was in March. Moving on. As I mentioned back in...er..January , I've been over in the Exchange Product Management team for the...
  • Blog Post: Day 6 – Vienna!

    Yup, I’m a few days behind on my daily Bus Tour postings.  The good news is: I survived the Tour, and it was truly amazing experience.   Before I share my thoughts and feelings about what life on “The Bus” was like, I still need to catch you up on days 6 and 7 of the tour. When we last...
  • Blog Post: E14, eh?

    Well, here's a little more insight on what I've been working on these days: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/01/13/450397.aspx Way more to come over the next few months. Nevertheless, it is nice to finally have some things to talk about publicly. Meanwhile, time to get back to work. I'm hoping...
  • Blog Post: Back in Bla…er…Blog! And, a little Exchange Archiving too.

    I must admit, that after nearly a four month hiatus, I’m feeling a bit like my blog has just been reawaken, like Han Solo was released from being frozen in Carbonite : can’t really see that well, and I’m hoping that I don’t need to stare down a Sarlacc in the process. Wow, that’s a lot Star Wars for...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Analyst Webcast on Exchange 2010 Archiving

    And now, a quick “commercial break” from my planned daily blathering about “Ian’s European Workation” (NOTE: The previous was a lame attempt to parody National Lampoon's European Vacation ): On Wednesday, November 4th, David Ferris of Ferris Research will be conducting a 30 minute webcast on our integrated...
  • Blog Post: Day 2 – Boarding the Bus

    After having a nice stroll around the city of Amsterdam on Saturday, and then a relaxing boat ride through the famous canals on Sunday, I boarded “The Bus” for the very first time! At approximately 830p on Sunday evening, eight members of “The Crew” (not the motley kind) left the Golden Tulip Hotel in...
  • Blog Post: Lights, Camera, Archiving!

    With yesterday delivering a great deal of positive buzz around our Exchange 2010 SP1 unveiling , I figured I’d break with tradition and put up another post in less than 24 hours.  Wow, right? Here goes: As part of our public disclosure of SP1, my Exchange team pal Ann Vu and I recorded what was...
  • Blog Post: So, Why Add an Archive to Exchange?

    Last Wednesday I started with a brief overview of the integrated archiving, retention, and discovery capabilities we’re launching with Exchange Server 2010 . Good, right? Well, a common question I get from customers, partners, analysts, our field and the like is: “So, why are you adding an archive to...
  • Blog Post: Behind the Music: Exchange 2010 Demo at TechEd Europe 2009

    Well, it’s been a week and change since we formally launched Exchange Server 2010 at this year’s edition of TechEd Europe . The highlight of this announcement (in this humble blogger’s opinion) was the Exchange 2010 demo delivered in Stephen Elop’s keynote address to over 5,500 #TEE09 attendees. ...
  • Blog Post: Day 5 - München mag Dich!

    Our Wednesday was spent in beautiful Munich, Germany and included getting some much needed post-bus ride rest before our event at the Campus . The drive to Munich was good fun, as we kicked back in the main lounge area of “The Bus”, including watching “ In Bruges ” - a DVD Bob brought along. Here’s my...
  • Blog Post: What? A Blog Post? Tiered Storage?

    What’s this world coming to, eh?  So, I took nearly a four month sabbatical to spend more time Tweeting , and to get mentally prepared for the Seattle Sounders FC’s 2010 MLS season . Lame excuses, I know (except for the Sounders reason). But, what’s really occupied my time, was getting ready to...
  • Blog Post: Get Into the “New Efficiency”. I Did!

    Wow! What a crazy run it has been, as we’ve been ramping for a number of milestones for the big launch.  For example, I’ve spent this week building out a real killer Exchange Server 2010 demo rig for some important, upcoming events.  In addition to that, I have been conducting briefings with...
  • Blog Post: Curious about Exchange 2010 Retention Policies?

    Defining and enforcing records management policies for e-mail can be a real pain in the <you know what> without having some kind of automated approach. Don't just take my word for it, industry watcher Michael Osterman (of the eponymously named firm Osterman Research ) pointed this out in his May...