Microsoft will officially end support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015. Are you prepared for the deadline? In this blog post, get the answers to the most common questions surrounding end of support.
This informative transcript of a recent webinar shares some of the new features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, and discusses the migration process from Exchange Server 2010 or earlier.
Explore this solution brief to learn about an innovative rack server series specifically designed to help organizations deploy and effectively run Microsoft Exchange Server environments. Learn more about the advanced features and benefits of this hardware.
Keeping Exchange Server 2010 running at full torque requires diligent management and administration. This e-guide examines some of the most common performance issues and explains how to mitigate them. Exchange MVP Andy Grogan also details best practices you should follow to prevent any performance setbacks.
This whitepaper demonstrates the Dell Systems configuration models that are available for small and branch office configurations with Microsoft Exchange 2010. These solutions are especially designed for businesses of up to 1,000 mailboxes.
While the benefits are appealing, an upgrade to the latest version of Exchange is a big step. The complexity of that migration will depend on your starting point and the thoroughness of your plan.
In this Exchange backup software guide, learn where and why third-party backups are necessary. We'll also discuss key features and functionality of the biggest players and what interested buyers should look for.
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