Author: Kirin Asahi

I have worked on a variety of projects where a Raspberry Pi was the perfect hardware platform to host various services. They are very cheap, easy to configure, and there is a vast array of add on hardware available. This post will cover a basic installation of Ubuntu MATE 16.04.2 LTS onto a Raspberry Pi 3.

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I like to use Raspberry Pis for a lot of my projects. Something I like to do is disable Bluetooth and WiFi as these are not generally things that I run on a server. There are probably a variety of ways to achieve this but this is how I do it.

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Though most businesses these days are moving to cloud providers for their email services, there are still quite a lot of on premise installations of Exchange 2016 out there. When it comes time to apply Windows updates, upgrade your Exchange servers to the latest CU or just perform a reboot there is a procedure that you should follow to avoid disrupting client access.

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