News has been rather slow on Exchange 2013 SP1, particularly with Windows Server 2012 R2 already out in the open and lacking support for Exchange and SharePoint. This was supposed to be fixed with the first service pack for Exchange 2013, and now Redmond has provided us with a few pointers on the forthcoming Service...

Windows Server 2012 R2 hit the RTM stage in late August, and you would expect the latest version of Microsoft’s server operating platform to properly run most software carrying its logo. And since the release to manufacturing stage usually signals that an operating system is ready for imaging on server hardware, most...

Google seems to be in a nice mood once again. The search engine giant has been playing hardball with Microsoft ever since Redmond unleashed Windows 8, and with it, made public its hardware intentions. To be fair, both companies have been at it — toughest of competitors they are for each other. But every once in a...

Redmond has just issued a bug report informing that iOS 6.1 devices have been found to severely slow down Exchange servers, and recommends system administrators to either block it altogether or devise a custom throttling policy for iOS 6.1 users. As of right now, the only way to fix the issue is a software update, but...