As we begin the new year, let’s take a look back at our most popular blog posts of 2015. It appears that last year’s most popular topics included backups, wireless, and voice.
Veeam released a new beta for physical backups to an internal or external hard drive, Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE. The product functions well and provides protection for files, volumes or your entire computer. Jason Thomas takes a moment in this blog to explain setup and installation.
Microsoft is now offering a new enterprise bundle, Office 365 Enterprise E5. Seth Rodriquez walks you through the new package deal, which includes Skype for Business features, analytics tools, and security features.
Ruckus Wireless makes setting up a guest pass portal easy and Justin Cottrell tells you how. Administrators can control usage expiration, quantity of devices registered, and how the pass is obtained.
Daryl Hunter compares and contrasts Microsoft Lync Devices, including handsets, wireless headsets, noise canceling wireless headsets, and speakers based on reasons for use.
DirSync hinders users from changing passwords. Kevin Oppihle explains how you can work around this issue using OU exclusion in DirSync.
There are many factors to consider when setting up a wireless network from access points to a building’s infrastructure. Be sure to consider this list, put together by Andy Cook, of the five phenomena that will affect your wireless signal.
Veeam back up and restores may be taking longer than expected for storage architecture reasons. Jason Thomas takes you through the best Veeam repository practices to keep systems running smoothly.
A client presented Daryl Hunter with a Cisco CallManager to Office 365 configuration issue. In this post, he writes about his plan for implementation and provides the full technical guide.
Kevin Oppihle highlights the default email address problem in Office 365 DirSync and presents two solutions: using ADSIedit or using Excel and PowerShell.
The Lync Server 2013 upgrade to Skype for Business Server 2015 has presented some licensing questions. In this post, Seth Rodriquez reviews those while also considering Software Assurance and Product Use Rights.