Architect Your Network for a Successful Exchange 2013 Deployment
sponsored by F5 Networks

Microsoft Exchange 2013 offers new ways for your organization to support user productivity, meet security challenges, and maintain control over confidential data. Migrating to Exchange 2013, however, does present changes to your infrastructure.  This paper takes a closer look at how the migration affects your infrastructure and offers strategies for ensuring a smooth transition. Topics discussed include:

  • Securing remote, BYOD, and mobile device access.
  • Readying your infrastructure for server role consolidation, IPv6, and virtualization, and configuring your network.
  • Providing a safe and seamless user experience in a dynamic environment of migrations, updates, and heterogeneous mail systems.
  • Supporting multiple data center deployments for disaster recovery.
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