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Hosting Exchange Server off-site may appeal to businesses getting comfortable with the idea of cloud computing and its various advantages, but is it really a good idea? Read pros and cons here and insight from the experts to make the right decision for your organization.   Access >>>

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  • Hosted Exchange: Players and pawns
  • Drivers and costs of off-premises Exchange
  • Security, Availability and the SLA
  • Strategies for staying compliant

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