It’s been a while since I have last posted an article on my blog, and there’s a good reason for that. For the past few months, Paul Cunningham, Tony Redmond and I have been working fiercely on a new ebook, called “Office 365 for Exchange Professionals“. Together with Exchange MVP Jeff Guillet who is leading the efforts as our technical editor, we are confident that this book will deliver high quality, up-to-date and relevant information!
As the name might already give away, this book is targeted to Exchange administrators, enthusiasts and experts to help them transition their skills to the cloud. One of the biggest challenges writing about Office 365 is the fast rate at which things change. That is also the reason why we have chosen to publish the book as an ebook rather than a traditional, printed, book. We plan to have the book available in early May with contents being up-to-date as close as possible to the release date! We’re continuously editing the text to ensure that even the latest changes in Office 365 are included.
We are also looking at keeping the book up-to-date in the future to stay relevant as Office 365 (and Exchange Online) evolve. Right now, we are still figuring out what the best way would be to do that. Once we’ve come up with something suitable, we will definitely share that with you.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or there are topics which you would like to see covered in the book, feel free to leave a comment. The book already contains a lot (really, a LOT) of information, but getting your feedback has proven to be invaluable!
Looking forward to hearing from you!
I want to see some information about data flow when setting up federations in a Hybrid environment and ADFS involved.
How does the access is been set for AD accounts that have workstation restrictions when moving the mailbox in the cloud.