Hosting vs. In-House Implementation of Exchange 2010: It’s Decision Time
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The unified messaging capabilities included in Microsoft Exchange 2010 are making it an obvious upgrade choice for many SMBs. Since Microsoft Exchange 2010 was built for both hosted and on-premise implementation, IT managers have to make a second, somewhat trickier decision: should the company’s unified messaging services reside at, and be managed by, an off-site vendor or controlled in-house by IT staff? While hosting services are attractive, risks have to be carefully weighed and heavily regulated companies need to determine if hosted messaging complies with mandates for data security, privacy, and access.

On-premise implementations of Microsoft Exchange 2010 erase hosting risks but require high-performance, reliable servers and storage. Working with a single vendor like Dell that provides a range of server, storage and service options allows IT departments to roll-out Microsoft Exchange 2010 environments that are tuned to corporate requirements and budgets. Check out this white paper now to learn more.

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