St. John's University wanted to implement a communication and collaboration system capable of meeting the needs of its students' digital lifestyles. The University replaced its Unix-based e-mail solution for students with Microsoft® Live@edu.
Although there are many e-mail platforms available, Microsoft Exchange is by far the most dominate with a commanding 65-percent share of the overall market. This eGuide explains the three best practices for reducing Exchange downtime and teaches how to proactively approach disaster recovery for Microsoft Exchange.
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EasyRecovery EmailRepair is a simple yet powerful software tool for copying, searching, recovering and analyzing email and other mailbox items directly from Microsoft Exchange server backups, un-mounted databases (EDB) and Information Store files.
This white paper addresses the key issues that decision makers should consider as they plan their Exchange 2010 migration. It discusses the results of an in-depth primary research survey conducted by Osterman Research that explores how decision makers are planning their migration to Exchange 2010.
This webcast presentation transcript reviews the pros and cons of a hosted messaging approach for an Exchange environment. Hosted offerings can help shrink IT budgets, but there are many things to consider for optimal results for your unique company.
The BlackBerry® services are designed to provide productivity tools—such as email, instant messaging, and personal information management (PIM) functionality—and data from enterprise applications to mobile users.