Monitor Work from Home Employees with Employee Desktop Live Viewer.

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Published On - 04 May 2020

How to check email queue in Exchange Server 2016/2019?

Server Migration

As we know, a huge volume of email messages flow in and out of an Exchange Server in every organization. And such an email flow can be monitored well using an inbuilt utility provided by Microsoft – Queue Viewer (available in Exchange Server 2016 and 2019). Using this utility, Exchange administrator can check messages in…

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Updated On - 29 Dec 2020

Tips to Move SQL Database to Azure SQL Cloud

Server Migration

Microsoft SQL Server is the most widely used database management system to store and maintain data, information. With the advancement of online storage platforms, we have cloud storage servers for SQL data like Azure SQL and Amazon RDS. The most popular alternative to on-premises SQL Server is Azure SQL to which many SQL users are…

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Published On - 04 Mar 2020

Know Everything About Office 365 and Office 365 Migration

Server Migration

With continuous innovations in cloud applications, Office 365 has turned out to be the most popular cloud service that is used by more than 1bn people worldwide. These days, almost every enterprise is migrating to Office 365 for better collaboration, communication, and security. If you are also among those businesses who are planning to move…

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Updated On - 30 Apr 2020

Important Stages to Cloud Migration

Server Migration

Cloud Computing has become a popular trend in the IT industry, as it helps businesses run applications and store data without deploying and maintaining on-premises IT infrastructure. What’s more interesting is that companies can migrate their existing applications and data to cloud platforms. But, cloud migration is not an easy process to execute. It requires…

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Published On - 12 Nov 2019

Migrate from SQL 2008 to SQL 2017 On-Premises

Server Migration

Microsoft ended the extended support for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 on July 9, 2019. If you are still sticking to SQL Server 2008, then you need to upgrade it as soon as possible. Now you will not get any security patch or support from Microsoft anymore. However, you can go for online self-help support, knowledge-based…

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