Steve Goodman is an Exchange MVP and works as a Technical Architect for one of the UK's leading Microsoft Gold partners, Phoenix IT Group. Goodman has worked in the IT industry for around 14 years and has worked extensively with Microsoft Exchange since version 5.5.
Goodman is also the author of the book iPhone with Exchange 2010 - Business Integration and Deployment, co-hosts the Exchange and Lync podcast "The UC Architects" and regularly blogs about Exchange Server, Office 365 and PowerShell at www.stevieg.org.
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Contributions from Steve Goodman
- Simpler infrastructure and new features abound in Exchange 2013
- Why an Exchange 2013 upgrade makes sense
- What's next after an Exchange Online migration?
- An admin's guide to publishing Exchange to the Net
- How to replace Web Application Proxy with TMG
- Preparing yourself for an Exchange Online migration
- Why you should test Exchange 2013 in a lab setting
- How Dynamic Quorum eases Exchange 2013 clusters
- Implementing Office 365's DirSync
- What to know before any Exchange 2013 migration
- Analyzing ActiveSync auto-blocks in Exchange 2013
- Configuring Office Web Apps Server for Exchange 2013
- How to set up an Exchange 2013 site mailbox
- Exchange 2013: Compliance and e-discovery enhancements
- Exchange address book policies: Where, why and how
- ActiveSync policy options for iOS devices
- Thoughts on multisite DAG design in Exchange 2010
- Outlining Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Quarantine
- An inside look at the Exchange Administration Center
- Public folders get a new lease on life in Exchange 2013