Aaron Leskiw's Recent Posts
Recent November, 2010 Stories
Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) works seamlessly with nearly any smartphone. In this article, Aaron Leskiw explains how to connect an iPhone to your BPOS Exchange account.
Microsoft recently announced Office 365, the next step forward in their cloud computing platform and a significantly enhanced update to the current Business Productivity Online Standard Suite, or BPOS. Aaron Leskiw walks us through the major features of Office 365, including resources for admins transitioning from BPOS to Office 365.
In the last article of a 3 part series, Aaron Leskiw covers the final steps in setting up email coexistence for BPOS and Exchange. This segment includes activating users and then setting up the key tool that makes this all work – the Mailbox Migration tool.
In the second of a 3 part series, Aaron Leskiw continues to explain the steps in setting up email coexistence for BPOS and Exchange. This article covers verifying email traffic flow and enabling Active Directory Synchronization.
In part 1 of a 3 part series, Aaron Leskiw explains the first steps in setting up email coexistence for BPOS and Exchange. This article covers adding your own domain to BPOS, enabling external relay and verifying your domain.
In this article, Aaron outlines the simplest way of getting BPOS up and running. Step-by-step instructions for configuring BPOS as primary mail server for a domain without any data migration and no Exchange co-existence.
Hosted services have been around for a long time. But, it’s only recently that Microsoft has waded into the fray with their own flavor of hosted cloud software: the Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS). But does it stack up to the competition?