Talking Exchange Server with Microsoft's Perry Clarke

Redmond, Tony
March 2014
Windows IT Pro;Mar2014, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p29
An interview with Perry Clarke, corporate vice president for Microsoft Exchange, is presented. When asked whether he was happy with where Microsoft is with regard to Exchange, he reveals that the group is in a better position in the development cycle. Clarke shares the plan to bring Exchange to a position where it can address technical developments such as the cloud. He believes that Apple would not have been successful without the Exchange ActiveSync ecosystem.


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