Office 365, ADFS, and SQL

He’s an issue I’ve just run into that there doesn’t seem to be a good answer to on the Internet. When you are building a highly available ADFS farm to enable Single Sign On for Office 365, should you use the Windows Integrated Database (WID) that comes with Windows Server or store the ADFS Configuration on a SQL server?…

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Should I Switch to Office 365? A Frank Examination

The Cloud – An Explanation

As time moves on, technology moves with it, and times they are a’changin’! There have been many drastic changes in the world of IT over the years, but the most recent change, the move toward cloud computing, is probably one of the most drastic and industry redefining change to occur since the release of HTTP in the early 1990s.…

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Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Failures

This is just a quick post that is meant to help people out who are having some issues with creating a Hybrid Configuration with Office 365 and Exchange 2010 SP3. There are some serious bumps in the road that you can come across when setting this up that may cause you to spend countless hours troubleshooting without any real success.…

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