A recent Microsoft blog lauded the wonders of online archives, specifically of the type made available in on-premises Exchange and Exchange Online (just in case you thought otherwise). Interestingly, the post says that “studies suggest that three-fourths of an organization’s intellectual property is contained within email and messaging systems.”
Following my post on “The story of Exchange IOPS” outlining the journey of Exchange from being an I/O hog to something far less demanding on storage systems, a recent request from Josh Odgers from Nutanix to consider his post “Peak performance vs Real World – Exchange on Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV)” seemed to be opportune.
The disclosure on the EHLO blog that Exchange on-premises servers will run into some known issues if .NET Framework 4.6.1 is installed might surprise some, especially because it has become a recommended update distributed by Windows Update, but it’s not really much of a shock.
Many questions followed my article introducing Office 365 Planner, so clearly I didn’t do such a good job explaining the topic. Here’s an attempt to do so in a question and answer format. If you have other questions, try asking them in the Planner group in Microsoft’s Office 365 Network.
What is Office 365 Planner?