In this blog I’ve listed a collection of my 4 most commonly used Exchange PowerShell tasks for creating new objects in Exchange Online or Exchange Server 2016. These are the typical PowerShell scripts needed during the deployment of new Exchange infrastructure. Creating Resources (rooms/equipment) Create a ‘Room’ resource; New-Mailbox -Name MainConfRoom -DisplayName “Main Conference Room” … More Exchange PowerShell – Creating Stuff
We all know about the big 5, they have been around for donkeys; Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote are familiar to everyone who has touched a computer in the last decade (I hope). Recently, Microsoft released many new additions to the Office arsenal, particularly over summer 2017 (around the same time as the Microsoft … More 14 Office Apps You Don’t Really Know About!
Container Camp UK 2017 What is it? Container Camp UK 2017 is a two-day event based in QEII, London. This two-day event delivers sessions about container technology with technical talks from world-leading experts and workshops covering all major platforms. Is It Worth Attending? From an ‘IT Pro’ perspective, the content discussed during the event was … More Container Camp
Microsoft bought Skype in 2011 for the weighty sum of $8.5 billion. Many questioned why the Seattle-based company would buy a product that competes with its existing offering (anyone remember Windows Live Messenger?), and whether they would eventually merge into one. The integration of the two can be traced back (officially) to 2013, which leads … More Skype, More Than Just the App
ARM (Azure Resource Manager) already allows you to setup email alerts to let you know when a new NSG (Network Security Group) is added or removed. At present, there’s no native way to alert on changes to rules on the NSG itself. This blog covers how to work around this so that you know when … More NSG Rule Change Alerting
Recently (Summer 2017), you may have read about this mysterious ‘blockchain’ stuff that everyone seems to have fallen in love with. If you do some digging you’ll find that it’s absolute genius and consequently understand the hype. Failing to grasp the blockchain concept could cause businesses to fail as they simply won’t contend against organisations … More Blockchain – It will rock your world
Often, customers ask “What’s the difference between AD FS and ADConnect?”. In this post I hope to cover what both of these things are and more importantly the differences. AD FS Let’s start with AD FS or ‘Active Directory Federated Services’. What does it mean to federate? Google says; “(with reference to a number of … More AD FS Vs ADConnect