Migrating to Exchange Server 2010 from the 2007 edition is becoming a must, as the 2010 edition offers improved email archiving, high-availability, and optimal storage features. But as you begin to explore the possibilities of upgrading to Exchange 2010, do you have a proper plan in place?
Volume 4 of the Exchange Insider e-zine looks at how diminished budgets will affect IT pros’ migration plans in 2010—and where Exchange Server 2010 fits into their roadmaps. Also discover tools you need to troubleshoot mail flow issues and to tackle the perpetual question of how much security is needed for your Exchange environment.
The following white paper explores a solution that allows for businesses to bring the value of historical PST files back to the forefront within the Exchange or Office 365 environment. Learn how to configure and deploy this solution, how to avoid obstacles, and more.
The market for cloud-based IT infrastructure services delivered in a software-as-a-service model continues to grow. IDC research indicates this model of IT delivery is disrupting traditional licensed software markets and changing how archiving, backup, recovery, and security technologies are procured. Read this whitepaper to learn more.
Compare email-specific archiving solutions to general archiving products in this expert E-Guide featuring Brien Posey, backup expert. Read on to learn how these techs differ, which is better for eDiscovery and check out the pros and cons of all-in-one packages vs. individual apps for each task.
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company - Information Management
Why is the architecture of your e-mail archiving solution so important? Read this presentation transcript featuring Gary Bergo, Master Architect for Hewlett-Packard’s Information Management Group.
When virtualizing Exchange Server 2010, it's important to correctly configure virtual machines (VMs) that will host certain Exchange Server roles – otherwise a few gotchas will surface. This e-guide provides advice for correctly configuring VMs for optimal performance.
This paper examines how an active archive strategy requires planning and tools, but when done properly it can dramatically reduce the overall costs of managing a growing pool of data. By de-coupling production disk from other tiers of storage, single points of failure are virtually eliminated.