Enterprise Vault: The KVS Years, 2000-2004

Curator’s Note: Nigel Dutt, a successful software engineer-turned-entrepreneur, continues his history of today’s leading email archiving product–DF   KVS Growth In the first article, I covered the origins of Enterprise Vault up to the point where we had started up KVS at the very end of 1999, shipped Enterprise Vault V2.0 and moved into our own […]... read more »

Early Days of The Exchange MVP Program

Curator’s Note: An Exchange MVP is a Microsoft-blessed expert on Microsoft’s Exchange email system. Here David Sengupta recounts the development of the MVP concept, and his personal experiences as an early Exchange MVP–David Ferris Having been an Exchange Most Valuable Professional (“MVP”) for 14 years now–since 1997-I’ve been asked to jot down a few thoughts […]... read more »

Memories of ALL-in-1: Tony Redmond Recalls

Curator’s Note: Tony Redmond is Author of “ALL-IN-1: A Technical Odyssey” and “ALL-IN-1 V3.0: Managing and Programming” and for many years has been a highly regarded expert on Microsoft Exchange Server.  — David Sengupta My first exposure to enterprise email was in the form of CP/OSS in 1982. CP/OSS stood for the “Charlotte Package of […]... read more »

Early Days of Corporate Email: Some Personal Observations

Curator’s note: We’re delighted to receive this piece from Ralph Ehlers, which is the museum’s first piece by an IT implementer. We hope to have many more contributions from IT professionals. Ralph was in charge of the email system at ABB and Roche, two of Europe’s largest businesses. He was also chairman of the user […]... read more »