Issue OverviewExchange Insider - July 2010, Vol. 6
Volume 6 of the Exchange Insider e-zine looks at the economics of running Exchange Server on-premise versus hosting it in the cloud. Learn about whether or not moving Exchange to the cloud makes good financial sense. Do you have an Exchange Server disaster recovery plan? If not, we've got you covered – get step-by-step instructions on how to create a disaster recovery plan, what you need to include, and the quickest and easiest way to make sure your data is safe and sound. Get expert advice on virtualizing Exchange Server 2010, the best server role configurations, and more in our tip from virtualization expert Greg Shields. Access >>>
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The real price of Exchange Server in the cloud
by Brien Posey
Do you think moving Exchange to the cloud is a good fiscal decision? Run the numbers again. What you save on an initial investment may cost you down the road—in more than simple dollars and cents.
Advice for virtualizing Exchange 2010 server roles
by Greg Shields, Contributor
Are you planning to virtualize Exchange Server 2010? Find out the best server role configurations for optimal performance.
- The real price of Exchange Server in the cloud by Brien Posey
Taking the sting out of Exchange 2007 disaster recovery
by Andy Grogan, Contributor
Disaster recovery tends to conjure up many unpleasant images in the minds of IT pros. DR in Exchange Server doesn’t have to hurt.
- Taking the sting out of Exchange 2007 disaster recovery by Andy Grogan, Contributor
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