At the top of each month, we round up the most popular content with our readers from the previous month and share it with you.
For April, our readers were most interested in learning about Exchange 2013 migrations, news that came out of the Microsoft Exchange Conference and the features in Exchange 2013 SP1 admins have been waiting for.
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These Exchange 2013 SP1 features should make admins be happy
With Microsoft’s recent release of Exchange Server 2013 SP1, admins are curious about its features because the release typically signals the start of migration projects. Thankfully, this Exchange MVP says the release includes features that make the upgrade worth it.
OWA upgrade will ‘Clutter’ Office 365 users
At the Microsoft Exchange Conference, the company said it would deliver three new features — including long-awaited support for Android to let users access Exchange mailboxes — and a new capability called Clutter for managing high volumes of email.
Office 365 gets first dibs on features over on-premises Exchange
Also coming out of MEC was the news that Microsoft would deliver new features to Office 365 first in its cloud-first, mobile-first strategy. This presents organizations with the migration question of staying on-premises versus a move to the cloud.
Essential guide covers three important steps for Exchange 2013 migrations
Organizations are interested about what an upgrade to Exchange 2013 could mean, so we created this essential guide to cover three important steps in the migration process for organizations to use as a jumping off point for planning.
IBM Domino hopes someone will ask it to dance at the enterprise social
Although some argue IBM has done a good job of bringing its products into the social enterprise, it still lags behind Exchange and SharePoint. But in an interesting twist, Microsoft may have inadvertently built a case for Domino and Notes.
What content was most helpful for you last month? Was it something we didn’t include on the list? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.