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Business Cases for Lync Server 2013 : Return on Investment (part 3)
When any UC solution is being introduced, an increase in productivity is one major selling point. How this increase in productivity influences ROI can be more difficult to calculate
Business Cases for Lync Server 2013 : Return on Investment (part 2)
It is common for many large organizations to spend millions of dollars a year on audio conferencing from a third-party provider. When deploying a UC solution that includes audio conferencing functionality, these organizations tend to see a significant cost savings. This cost savings is typically the largest UC ROI factor for businesses.
Business Cases for Lync Server 2013 : Return on Investment (part 1)
The term capital investment in terms of UC is described as the cost to deploy the solution. When UC is being deployed, there are many components that can contribute to a capital investment.
Business Cases for Lync Server 2013 : Why Unified Communications (part 2)
When an organization deploys a Unified Communications solution that supplies all conferencing workloads as part of the solution, the most recognized benefit is a single vendor for your conferencing solutions. This often leads to a consistent user experience, and reduced costs to operate.
Business Cases for Lync Server 2013 : Why Unified Communications (part 1)
Instant messaging (IM) is the capability to communicate instantaneously between two or more people with text-based messages. Presence conveys the ability and willingness of a user to communicate. These two capabilities combine to be the most commonly used UC component in nearly every organization.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Legacy Exchange Migrations, Common Migration Problems
This section provides some insights into problems that we have observed during migration projects and some possible ways to help you avoid them. All successful Exchange migration projects should be able to react well to unexpected events.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Foreign Systems - Lotus Notes, Novell GroupWise
Lotus Notes has been around since 1989, and despite changing the server software name in 1996 to Domino 4.5, Powered by Notes, most IT teams still casually refer to it as Lotus Notes.
Active Directory 2008 : Implementing Sites and Subnets (part 3) - Configuring Sites
Once you have created Active Directory sites and defined which subnets they contain, it's time to make some additional configuration settings for the site structure.
Active Directory 2008 : Implementing Sites and Subnets (part 2) - Creating Subnets
The Active Directory Sites And Services tool expresses these subnets in a somewhat different notation. It uses the provided subnet address and appends a slash followed by the number of bits in the subnet mask. In the example in the previous paragraph, the subnet would be defined as
Active Directory 2008 : Implementing Sites and Subnets (part 1) - Creating Sites
The primary method for creating and managing Active Directory replication components is to utilize the Active Directory Sites And Services tool or the MMC found within the Administrative Tools folder. Using this administrative component, you can graphically create and manage sites in much the same way you create and manage OUs.
Active Directory 2008 : Overview of Active Directory Replication and Sites
One of the most important aspects of designing and implementing Active Directory is understanding how Active Directory allows you to separate the logical components of the directory service from the physical components.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Sites and Replication - Overview of Network Planning
In an ideal situation, a high-speed network would connect all computers and networking devices. In such a situation, you would be able to ensure that any user of your network, regardless of location, would be able to quickly and easily access resources.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring DNS Integration with Active Directory
If you instructed the Active Directory Installation Wizard to automatically configure DNS, many of the settings mentioned in this section may already be enabled. However, you should verify the configuration and be familiar with how the options can be set manually.
Creating SharePoint 2013 Workflows (part 3) - Workflow Visualization Using Visio 2013, Creating Custom Workflows Using Visual Studio 2012
SharePoint Designer 2013 and Visio 2013 Premium Edition are integrated in a number of ways. SharePoint Designer 2010 and Visio 2010 also provided some integration that enabled Visio process designs to be imported into SharePoint Designer, and exported from SharePoint Designer into Visio, but the two applications were clearly separate.
Creating SharePoint 2013 Workflows (part 2) - Creating a Custom Workflow Using SharePoint Designer 2013 - Creating the Virtual Machine Request Approval Workflow
Recall that during the In Review stage, a task to approve the request is assigned to the Operations Managers group you created in previous steps. If a person in this role approves the request, it moves to the Approved stage. Otherwise, the request moves to the Rejected stage.
Creating SharePoint 2013 Workflows (part 1) - Creating a Custom Workflow Using SharePoint Designer 2013 - Virtual Machine Provisioning Scenario
The IT department has decided to implement a process for managing user requests for infrastructure to be provisioned using virtual machines. Although an InfoPath forms library would provide a much richer form authoring experience, for the purpose of this exercise you will create a simple SharePoint list to capture user input.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Modern Public Folder Data Migration
Public folders have been complicating Exchange migration projects since they were first introduced in 1996. Exchange 2013 brings some benefits as well as some problems in this area.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Moving Mailboxes - Preparing for Inter-Org Mailbox Moves
We have already discussed inter-org migration considerations. This section is intended to take a look at what you need to do to prepare your target user objects to get them ready for migration.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Intra-Org Migrations
In an intra-org migration the migration takes place within the same Exchange organization. In other words, multiple Exchange Server versions coexist within the same Active Directory. This is by far the most straightforward of Exchange migrations because it involves many fewer complexities than an inter-org migration.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Inter-Org Migrations (part 2) - Mobile Device Reconfiguration, Exchange Application Integration
Mobile device reconfiguration is one of the trickier aspects of an inter-org migration. Fundamentally, there is no easy solution for all mobile devices, and each mobile platform will need to be addressed in its own way.
Migrating to Exchange 2013 : Inter-Org Migrations (part 1) - Public Folder Data Synchronization, Mail Flow
Public folder data synchronization is also often a migration requirement. Organizations have used public folders for many years, and they maintain a mix of high-priority workflow data and unstructured data stored across their public folder databases.
Creating and Configuring Application Data Partitions (part 2) - Using ntdsutil to Manage Application Data Partitions
The primary method by which systems administrators create and manage application data partitions is through the ntdsutil command-line tool. You can launch this tool by simply entering ntdsutil at a command prompt.
Creating and Configuring Application Data Partitions (part 1) - Creating Application Data Partitions
By default, after you create an Active Directory environment, you will not have any customer application data partitions. Therefore, the first step in making this functionality available is to create a new application data partition.
Verifying Active Directory 2008 Installation (part 2) - Using Active Directory Administrative Tools
The best test of any solution is to simply verify that it works the way you had intended in your environment. When it comes to using Active Directory, a good test is to ensure that clients can view and access the various resources presented by Windows Server 2008 domain controllers.
Verifying Active Directory 2008 Installation (part 1) - Using Event Viewer - Viewing the Active Directory Event Log
The first (and perhaps most informative) way to verify the operations of Active Directory is to query information stored in the Windows Server 2008 event log. You can do this using the Windows Server 2008 Event Viewer.
Installing Active Directory 2008 : Promoting a Domain Controller
Installing Active Directory is an easy and straightforward process as long as you planned adequately and made the necessary decisions beforehand. In this section, you'll look at the actual steps required to install the first domain controller in a given environment.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning your Key Development Phases and Release Model (part 2) - Release Models
The release model can be described as the process and flow from development to your production environment and includes implementation and maintenance time. It also includes the planning of the processes for maintenance of the servers and software, not just the flow of the customizations, solution packages, and apps.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning your Key Development Phases and Release Model (part 1) - Key Development Phases
The development phase will be divided into a number of iterations or subphases, regardless of the development methodology used in the project. This way, you can more easily plan the tasks based on priorities and follow up on development progress.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning your Customization Model and Release Packaging Approach (part 2) - Release Packaging Approach
Solution and apps packages are used to deploy and release customizations to your SharePoint 2013 farms. You should always package your code and other customizations in solution or app packages, and use them to deploy your customizations.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning your Customization Model and Release Packaging Approach (part 1) - Customization Models
During the planning of the SharePoint solution development, special attention should be given to the design of the customizations, and strategic design decisions related to the makeup of each of the solution packages. Unfortunately, relatively often, code architecture and structural planning in SharePoint projects is often an afterthought.
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