Tech Tip of the Week – Public Folders in Office 365

Here is a new issue we ran into recently relating to Public Folders.  They are new to Wav15 / Office 365: We've outlined the scenario below and the resolution. Scenario: One of our customers was having problems setting the primary SMTP on a public folder. It was stating that another public folder was assigned the [...]

By | August 26th, 2013|Tech Tip of the Week|0 Comments

Important Microsoft Update – ADFS Vulnerability

Recently, Microsoft uncovered a vulnerability that could reveal information pertaining to the service account used by ADFS.  According to Microsoft, this vulnerability could allow an attacker to attempt logons outside the corporate network which could result in account lockout of the service account by ADFS if an account lockout policy has been configured. Microsoft released [...]

365 Command News and Accolades

It's been a busy few months here at MessageOps and while we don't really like to brag too too much, we wanted to share all the recent news and accolades we've been getting for 365 Command recently.  Check it out!  365 Command News and Accolades

By | August 8th, 2013|365 Command In the News|0 Comments

365 Command by MessageOps, the Microsoft Online Migration Tool, Continues To Gain Popularity

Channelpro SMB writes an article about 365 Command, the Microsoft Online Migration Tool, continuing to gain popularity! Check it out below, or click here to visit the Channelpro article directly. Microsoft Online migration developer MessageOps is touting its cloud-hosted, Web-based management portal, called 365 Command. Since its release in February, 365 Command has gained more than 1,500 customers [...]

By | July 26th, 2013|365 Command In the News|0 Comments

The Power of SMBs

Here is a great infographic that highlights the power of small and mid-size businesses.   SMBs spend $3 Billion on technology every day.  That's right every day.  Nothing small about that.

By | July 24th, 2013|Recommended Articles|0 Comments

Autodiscover service and how to disable it on-premises – Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week

For this installment of “Justin’s Tech Tip of the Week”, we will be discussing the Autodiscover service and how to disable it on-premises.  This is extremely useful when you are in the midst of a migration or performing a staged migration (some users in O365 while others are still on-premises) so that it doesn’t interfere [...]

By | July 23rd, 2013|Tech Tip of the Week|0 Comments

Matt’s 365 Command Partner Update – WPC 2013

What an exciting week at WPC 2013 !  It was fantastic to meet so many partners from all over the world. It was also an honor to have our parent company, Champion Solutions Group, recognized for the following awards: Microsoft Solution Integrator Partner of the Year Award 2013 Microsoft SMB East Region General Manager Partner [...]

By | July 17th, 2013|Matt's 365 Command Partner Tip of the Week|1 Comment

365 Command Featured in Information Week: 6 Office 365 Power Tips

Kevin Casey, a well-known author for Information Week, featured 365 Command in a recent blog post about tips for using Office 365! Read highlights from the article below.  To see the full post, click here. The potential benefits of cloud services like Microsoft's Office 365 include things like: Employees can access their work anytime, anywhere. CFOs [...]

New Features Added to 365 Command

The following new features have been added to 365 Command and are now available for use. Assign Licenses to Existing Accounts You can now assign licenses to existing accounts through the Office 365 Users screen by clicking the Licenses tab on the user.  The Office 365 Users screen itself has gone through some minor UI changes, [...]

By | June 26th, 2013|365 Command Product News, Recommended Articles|0 Comments

The Future of the Cloud-Based Enterprise

An article titled "Get ready now:  Your office will be in the cloud within a decade" recently came out in Zdnet.com authored by Steve Ranger predicting that the majority of businesses will operate in a cloud environment within the next decade.  For those of you reading this, you may already be there or at least well on [...]