In this expert e-guide from SearchExchange.com, learn best practices for migrating to Exchange Server 2010. Let this resource be your checklist as you map out your deployment strategy. Learn key steps that can't be overlooked and find out how to ensure success whether you're upgrading from Exchange 2007 or 2003.
In this case study, explore how Sportif, a leading outdoors clothing innovator, reduced email management costs and increased data protection for their users with Metalogix Archive Manager for Exchange.
Whether you're upgrading a legacy environment or undertaking a consolidation project, the question is not whether to migrate to Exchange 2013, but how to do it with minimum disruption and downtime. Look no further... Our experts have laid out the top ten steps to ensure a successful Exchange migration. Read the White Paper >>
The network administrators at Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, PC have taken many steps to ensure reliable, constant, e-mail services. Like any law firm, e-mail is a central application and protecting the e-mail system is a central function of information services. One of the most important steps was implementing Replay AppImage.
Access this case study to examine how one organization leveraged consolidation in their Exchange environment to optimally support the latest Exchange upgrade. Learn more about the results realized, lessons learned and next steps towards effective Exchange operations.
So you've decided that Exchange Server 2010 is the way to go? After you've done all your homework and reviewed the prerequisites of moving completely off of Exchange 2003 and onto Exchange 2010, this tutorial will guide you through the migration process in just 12 steps. Sound impossible? Roll up your sleeves and find out.
Before implementing AppAssure's MailRetriever, Imagine's Exchange environment suffered unrecoverable corruption. During the ensuing downtime, the network administrators searched for a better backup solution. Imagine Schools now relies on MailRetriever for Exchange to backup Exchange, SQL servers, and school Web sites.