In our monthly feature, we look at the Exchange content most popular with our readers in March.
Organizations and admins had security on their minds last month, while IT pros debated the use of personal email accounts for business.
Clinton’s use of personal email sparks discussion among IT pros
Reports that Hillary Clinton used her personal email during her tenure as Secretary of State raised several questions about government policy restrictions and the security of data exchanged outside of a corporate environment.
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Exchange 2013 CU8 improves EAS and Public Folders
Cumulative Update 8 for Exchange Server 2013 not only offers improvements for Office 365 migrations and Public Folders, but also includes client redirection for Exchange ActiveSync (EAS).
Security tasks Exchange admins should do daily
There are several daily tasks admins should do to secure their Exchange environments, including being proactive about system monitoring and assessing risks to the setup.
ADFS 2012 R2 offers improvements for Office 365
ADFS 2012 R2 allows admins to use Server Manager for remote installation and configuration and improves the sign-in experience with controls for customizable error messages and company logos.
Six questions to ask hosted Exchange vendors
If your organization is planning to use a hosted Exchange service, you’ll want to make sure that security is a top priority. Here are six questions you should ask before you choose a vendor.
What content was most helpful to you in March? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.