Issue OverviewExchange Insider - February 2011, Vol. 8
BlackBerry Enterprise Server is still the de facto standard for company-wide mobile devices, but with so many BlackBerry Enterprise Server editions on the market, choosing the right can be a tricky endeavor. Volume 8 of the Exchange Insider e-zine compares available BES editions and then gives instructions for deploying BES Express for Exchange 2010. You’ll also get an overview of configuring Exchange Server 2010 for BES and some device management best practices to make sure all your clients remain in peak condition. Access >>>
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BES 5.0.2 and Exchange 2010 SP1: What you should know
by Richard Luckett
Can't decide which version of BES 5.0.2 to roll out? Compare features and determine if your setup meets the prerequisites.
Information Rights Management protection in Exchange 2010 SP1
by Brien Posey
Nearly all organizations send and receive sensitive information via email. And although they exist, corporate policies alone won’t protect you. Enter Information Rights Management.
- BES 5.0.2 and Exchange 2010 SP1: What you should know by Richard Luckett
Accepting Exchange 2010 storage redesigns
by J. Peter Bruzzese, Contributor
The push to cheaper storage, the removal of SIS and larger mailboxes are just a few Exchange 2010 storage changes that make some admins uneasy.
- Accepting Exchange 2010 storage redesigns by J. Peter Bruzzese, Contributor
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