J. Peter Bruzzese

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J. Peter Bruzzese is a six-time-awarded Microsoft MVP (currently for Office Servers and Services, previously for Exchange/Office 365). He is a technical speaker and author with more than a dozen books sold internationally. He's the co-founder of ClipTraining, the creator of ConversationalGeek.com, instructor on Exchange/Office 365 video content for Pluralsight, and a consultant for Mimecast and others.

5 Office 365 admin settings you must get right

10 enterprise tools to suit your Office 365 needs

10 enterprise tools to suit your Office 365 needs

From migration to monitoring, third-party tools and partners help you make the most of Office 365.

10 third-party tools to suit your Office 365 needs

10 third-party tools to suit your Office 365 needs

From migration to monitoring, third-party tools and partners help you make the most of Office 365.

Ransomware takes malware from bad to worse

Ransomware takes malware from bad to worse

To thwart attacks like CryptLocker, you need a multipronged defense; new technology doesn't hurt either.

10 major Office 365 migration gotchas to avoid

From unrealistic design decisions to costly add-ons, the migration path to Microsoft Office 365 is fraught with hidden pitfalls.

10 major Office 365 gotchas to avoid

10 major Office 365 gotchas to avoid

From unrealistic design decisions to costly add-ons, the migration path to Microsoft Office 365 is fraught with hidden pitfalls

15 essential open source tools for Windows admins

Microsoft offers great tools for enhancing your server-side experience, but open source has impressive options as well.

Top 20 tips and tricks for Windows 7

InfoWorld's Windows expert teaches the key features -- fast -- for users and admins, and provides a free Windows 7 QuickStart PDF guide

The best new features in Office 2010

InfoWorld's expert reveals the top 25 new features and provides free QuickStart PDF guides for each major Microsoft Office application

Microsoft to end support for Windows 2000, XP SP2 on July 13

Microsoft offers support for its products for five years and extended support for another five years. That time will soon be up for Windows 2000 (desktop and server) and Windows XP SP2: July 13 is the last day that extended support...

Ready for Windows 7? Here's how to deploy it right

From hardware to licensing, you need to make the right choices to smooth the transition and get the most out of Windows 7. Here's help.

Ready for Windows 7? Here's how to deploy it right

Windows 7 is right around the corner. The official release date is Oct. 22, but some PC makers will ship it before then. Most businesses skipped the poorly received Vista, choosing instead to run the now eight-year-old XP. So after...

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