In this edition of The Exchange Insider, explore the next steps for your email messaging platform with the following Exchange topics: Evaluating Office 365, auditing Exchange 2010 and troubleshooting virtualized Exchange Servers.
This white paper presents the 3 common expectations organizations have when moving to Office 365 and demystifies the hype around each. View now to learn the steps to take to ensure data security in the cloud-based email service.
Discover how to successfully overcome the limitations of native Exchange 2010 archiving tools in this expert e-guide. Plus, gain insight into the key considerations to keep in mind when creating a smart email retention strategy.
This essential cost-benefit analysis illustrates through several use cases and examples how businesses can benefit from properly archiving electronic content and email. Discover how much time, money and energy your company should expect to save from implementing sound retention policies and capabilities.
Email may seem simple – create content and send to your list – but there are many elements that go into a good email program. The Master List of Email Terminology helps shed light on the terms that you should know and what you should be implementing in your own program.
This exclusive white paper discusses how your organization can best mitigate email virus attacks, examining helpful solutions and strategies that you can use to ensure that your sensitive data is kept secure.
Review this expert guide for an Exchange 2013 preparation checklist and uncover 10 pre-migration recommendations for ensuring a smooth transition. Learn more about how PowerShell can help administrators during the process and examine the top features of this latest Exchange upgrade.
Review this white paper to explore the latest architectural improvements in Exchange Server 2010 along with the sizing and server role considerations for this upgrade. In addition, learn more about deployment models and example hardware options.
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