Office 365 gives administrators more control over previously segmented and niche technologies such as Exchange Server, SharePoint and Unified Communications, seamlessly integrating email, collaboration and unified communications. In this e-guide, discover how you can migrate to Office 365 to lighten admin duties and take advantage of the cloud.
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.
This informative paper explores a proven infrastructure that consolidates and virtualizes your Exchange environment while addressing user SLAs, lowering costs and simplifying overall management. Read on now to learn more.
This expert IT guidebook offers a snapshot of the latest Exchange offerings including Office 365 and Exchange 2013 helping you to evaluate and understand the latest Exchange options. Review the pros and cons of on-premise, off-premise and hybrid Exchange strategies.
The resource outlines a combined refresh and upgrade strategy for Exchange Server 2010 that improves efficiency and agility of your messaging environment while reducing costs and complexity by converging your email infrastructure.
With the non-stop release of software promising shiny new features, it's easy to feel a little overwhelmed when considering migration options. This is especially true with the release of Exchange 2016. Focusing on the four versions of Exchange Server currently supported this guide reviews their usefulness and compatibility. Read on to learn more.
You need to be able to recover data in your Exchange or SharePoint environment in a timely manner. This software accelerates restoration times by allowing you to search for and manage only the data that you need, eliminating the need to maintain a separate recovery server.