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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 4)

This is fourth installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. Here we cover collaboration capabilities within the respective cloud offerings from Google and Microsoft.  Collaboration is defined as working together to achieve...

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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 3)

This is the third installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 4 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. Now,  let’s cover the area of mobility features for the respective cloud offerings from Google and Microsoft and dive a bit...

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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 2)

This is second installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 1 and Part 3 and Part 4 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. So, let’s cover the area of technology platform for the respective cloud offerings from Google and Microsoft and dive a bit deeper...

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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 1)

This is first installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 2 and Part 3 and Part 4 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. We all live in a world of choice. The power of choice is a freedom that we hold dear. But with that power,...

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How Microsoft manages it’s large web server farms: Microsoft AutoPilot

Came across this blog post by Dare Obasanjo, PM on the Windows Live Team, about our approach to data center management where he highlights a paper written by Michael Isard of Microsoft Research, called Autopilot: Automatic Data Center Management, which describes the technology that Windows Live and Live Search uses to manage their web server farms. The paper provides a high-level overview of AutoPilot, while Dare’s post goes into more of its practical implementation.  Both...

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