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As 2014 drew to a close, many Exchange admins learned about the newest updates to Exchange and Office 365. But the future was also on admins’ minds as they wondered what potential changes could be coming in 2015.
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Changes, improvements in Exchange 2013 CU7
Admins were curious about what they could expect in Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 7. Many were happy about the update, particularly about a long-awaited fix to public folders.
Say ‘so long’ to SharePoint Online Public Websites
Microsoft dropped Public Websites for SharePoint Online from its offerings just before the end of the year. IT experts weren’t surprised at the change, but some said the drop could hurt smaller shops who put the time and resources into the feature.
The top Office 365 features
As companies look toward the cloud for its needs, they look at the features Office 365 can offer should they choose to make the move. Five features are worth noting.
What’s in store for Exchange in 2015?
We asked our site contributors about what they expect to see for Exchange Server in the new year. Their predictions include hybrid Exchange’s increasingly important role, the evolution of Office 365 and possible security enhancements.
IT pros concerned about Microsoft’s free Office 365 moves
With Microsoft’s latest offer to migrate organizations to Office 365 at no cost, some IT pros have raised concerns about how the move could affect their business. One Exchange MVP takes a closer look at its effect so far.
What content was most helpful for you in December? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.