How Dell Helps You Quickly Realize the Benefits of an Exchange Migration
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®

Email already plays a pivotal role in business communications, and its importance is only expected to increase as organizations take steps to enable greater collaboration throughout their enterprises. Exchange has been the platform of choice among most companies, and many of them continue to use this outdated server version despite the lack of standard support for it.

But a higher volume of email, larger file attachments, and the need for continuous access to email are straining Exchange 2003 to the breaking point.

This white paper highlights the top new capabilities of Exchange 2010 that lower costs, improve productivity, and minimize risk. Obtain an overview of the characteristics required to run Exchange and determine which of the following deployment models makes sense for your business:

  • A simple, distributed model with direct-attached storage and cost-effective high availability options
  • The agile, consolidated model that makes use of consolidated storage and supports Exchange virtualization
  • The small/branch office model which leverages internal server storage to ensure affordable high availability
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