Exchange Connections 2014 is happening in Las Vegas in September, and I’m pleased to say that I will be attending and presenting two sessions.

The session titles are:

  • Managing Database Availability Groups
  • Making ActiveSync Work, Instead of “It Just Works”

I heard good things about last year’s Connections conference and this year promises to be even better, moving to the Aria resort and hosting 27 Exchange sessions over 3 days, covering on-premises, hybrid, and Office 365 topics. You can see a complete list of speakers and sessions here.

Even though the event is 4 months away I am already starting to plan my sessions, because I want to deliver content that you will enjoy and find useful.

So I’d like to ask for just a few minutes of your time to help me out. I would really appreciate it if you could share any real world questions, concerns or problems you have for Database Availability Groups or ActiveSync.

I’ve created a simple survey here to collect your responses:

Click here to take survey

Thanks in advance. And I look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas! 🙂

About the Author

Paul Cunningham

Paul is a former Microsoft MVP for Office Apps and Services. He works as a consultant, writer, and trainer specializing in Office 365 and Exchange Server. Paul no longer writes for


  1. Ahmad Dandan

    Active sync is very nice feature in Exchange server, but it very limited especially with blackberry devices, i know it does not support it like android OS but at least we should be able to list the blackberry devices that is connected to Active Sync for security point of view, right now i’m completely blind in this point, and i’m crossing finger everyday that no one from blackberry users would misuse my exchange.

    Please talk more about this topic and how we can generate list of all blackberry users in Active Sync.

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