With the proliferation of advanced threat techniques in today’s ecosystem, organizations are adopting secure email gateways (SEGs) for a multi-layered approach against email-borne threats. How can you be sure you’re considering the right one? This buyer’s guide details the 10 most important capabilities organizations should seek in a SEG solution.
While Exchange 2010 promises to offer enhanced communication and collaboration capabilities, the migration process can still be a challenge for even the most diligent IT professional. Take a look at this e-book from the editors at SearchExchange.com for a top-to-bottom, expert analysis of the Exchange migration process.
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 >>
This presentation transcript on Exchange is exciting because Exchange is so expansive in so many different organizations across the world itself. We will talk about the opportunities for Exchange, what we see in terms of the broad market place and how Exchange appointments are going to increase over time.
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.
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.