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  • Blog Post: Getting the conversation started

    Well, I guess I really am joining the blogging bandwagon. Although, I suppose blogging has been sufficiently eclipsed by Twitter that it can't really be thought of as a bandwagon anymore. At least not a cool bandwagon. The preceeding is by way of a welcome to my blog. What's the blog about? It is not...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Mailbox Storage Bricks

    This time I wanted to respond to one of the comments from my last blog post " ... apart complementing Perry for a great presentation .. a common mistake done by many companies is mixing two concepts, such as Data Protection and Service Continuity... " It is a great comment (and not just because he...
  • Blog Post: Archiving Questions: Do Tiered Storage and Stubbing make sense?

    This blog business has been turning out to be more fun than I expected - maybe I should be nicer and less sarcastic when the marketing team suggests these ideas. This time, answering the questions from my archiving blog and video have led into some areas which are a bit more controversial…...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Data Protection

    Well, dealing with the creative responses of my co-workers after the first video was so much fun -- comments like "The man may excel at computational data storage and analysis, but he needs to learn a thing or two about whiteboard real estate" So, why stop? The answer is: we already taped the second...
  • Blog Post: New Scalable Exchange Server 2010 Solution from HP

    It is pretty exciting to see HP release a new hardware solution that provides a simple scalable solution to build the smallest and largest Exchange deployments. This new solution maps closely to the architectural building block concept that I’ve written about in the past - Blog Post: Exchange Mailbox...