Category Archives: Administration

From SkyDrive to OneDrive

Now that SkyDrive is named OneDrive, you may have to update the HTML pages where you publish the links of everything you share from OneDrive. There is no need to change anything on your OneDrive and on your shares. The … Continue reading

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The sad state of WordPress’ technical staff and support

Please check out this link: How can I fix the distorted images on my blog? And please read the response that the staff gave. I rest my case… or not. I would like to reserve the right to characterize this … Continue reading

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Why didn’t they ask Evans? (A SharePoint whodunit)

(Sometimes working in IT feels like doing investigating work, the kind you’d read in an Agatha Christie novel. Working with SharePoint, the nervous center of information storage and information access of many companies, it is highly likely there will come … Continue reading

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SharePoint hierarchy explained

SharePoint is a great product, but also a complex one. To understand it and manage it, you have to understand its hierarchy. In this article, I intend to depict and explain the SharePoint hierarchy in a way that I think … Continue reading

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The when and why of VDI

Everyone and their spouse seem to be caught up in the hype surrounding VDI. And they all want to implement it. It is perfectly fine to be interested in the latest fad and try to learn and be part of … Continue reading

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Observations on “Secrets of PowerShell Remoting”

Secrets of PowerShell Remoting is an exceptional ebook that covers PowerShell remoting. I specifically read “v3 Secrets of PowerShell Remoting.pdf” and I would like to discuss two observations I made. First observation On page 19, the first bullet point “Connect … Continue reading

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Should companies upgrade to Exchange Server 2013?

Should companies upgrade to Exchange Server 2013? Definitely yes. Let me explain. The next version of Exchange Server, Exchange 15, or, formally, Exchange 2013 (like some villains, it goes by several names 🙂 ) has been widely described as an … Continue reading

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