sponsored by Thawte Inc.
Posted:  19 May 2011
Published:  19 May 2011
Format:  PDF
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

When Microsoft transformed Outlook Web App in Exchange Server 2010 with their universal view feature, they just might have made it a little too user friendly. Users enticed by the ability to check email at a glance increasingly log onto Exchange 2010 remotely and cause new security risks. This expert e-guide from SearchExchange.com explains how to address these Outlook security concerns by creating a buffer zone between your internal network and the Internet.

Inside, our experts provide guidelines to boost security by using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connections when accessing OWA via the Internet. They also describe how to ensure mobile users stay connected by running ActiveSync while transitioning to Exchange 2010.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 | Microsoft Outlook | Mobile Device Management | Mobile Workers | Network Security | Remote Access Security | Security Management | User Interfaces

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