In light of Windows 10: Comparing Service and Privacy agreements

There’s been a lot of media attention regarding Windows 10 and privacy concerns. Unfortunately not all reports contain correct facts while others suggest some of the implemented technology is unique for Windows 10. There’s a lot of bad reporting (do some of them even fact check?) or even malicious FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) out there. Now, don’t get me wrong, knowing how the products you use handle your (meta)data and privacy is IMHO very important and should receive all

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I’ll be speaking at GWAVACon 2015 and the UC Day

I’m happy to report that I will be speaking in two upcoming events: the two day event GWAVACon 2015 in Berlin (Germany) on the 22nd and 23rd of September and the one-day Unified Communications Day event in Birmingham (UK) on the 28th September. On GWAVACon my sessions will be the English versions of: What’s new in Exchange 2016 Exchange Architecture and Sizing Exchange Server Migrations & Updates For a full agenda, click here. On the UC Day my session will be: Tooling your Exchange For

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