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Lessons Learned in Migrating Emails to Office 365 from Exchange On-Prem

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This is the second post in my two-part series about best practices and “gotchas” for migrating emails to Office 365/Exchange Online. In this post we’ll look at the lessons learned while doing a Hybrid Exchange migration, a process we first covered in this post. It is a good idea to have your MX record pointing

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Email Migration to Office 365 Using a Hybrid Exchange Server Configuration

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This is the first post of a two-part series about best practices and “gotchas” for migrating emails to Office 365/Exchange Online. Usually the two options that come to mind for email migration are: Cutover Migration In this approach, every mailbox and user is moved to Office 365 at once The challenge here is that there

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The Cobra Effect in BI: Part 3

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In my previous two posts I have tabled the concept of the Cobra Effect in BI and taken a closer look at Excel spread marts—the Cobras of BI, and the incentive EDW, aka the single version of the truth. This week, let’s walk through the journey of creating and rolling out this single version of

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The Cobra Effect of BI: Part 2

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Last week we started to look at the concept of the cobra effect in BI. This week I want to dive in further and explore exactly what the cobras are in the case of business intelligence. The Cobras of BI or the Excel spread mart: Within each organization, groups of analysts spend endless hours of

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Self-Service BI is Not DIY

Increasing numbers of companies are pursuing self-service BI to enable their business users to personalize solutions and make data-driven decisions without having to rely on IT. Yet, the industry success rate in this arena is low. Why is this? Choosing the right tool is partly the issue, but the biggest differentiators between companies that fail

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