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The path to Office 365 is easier if you're on Exchange 2016, which brings cloud integration features that benefit users and administrators alike. Continue Reading
A move to Office 365 lets IT concentrate less on technology idiosyncrasies and more on business needs. Here are some new tasks to take on, but watch out for a few challenges, too. Continue Reading
Email attacks are getting more intricate, forcing Microsoft to reinforce its security services to protect end users. How well do you know the Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection features? Continue Reading
Exchange administrators can choose from numerous backup offerings from Microsoft and third parties to restore individual emails or entire servers. Continue Reading
Staying with Exchange Server is a valid choice. But there are other email options that deserve consideration. Continue Reading
A move to Exchange 2016 may mean increased costs to hardware that can support the latest Microsoft messaging platform.Continue Reading
Office 365 offers many benefits, but there are plenty of cons to consider before leaping to this cloud-based productivity suite that includes Exchange Online.Continue Reading
Not all organizations can go all-in on cloud. There are five reasons why a hybrid Office 365 arrangement makes sense for those companies.Continue Reading
Migrating to Office 365 can lift some stress off a busy IT department, but there are fiscal and technical considerations to contemplate before moving email to the cloud.Continue Reading
With new features, increased stability, different pricing models and cloud capability, Microsoft Office 365 is showing itself to be a robust, evolving option for businesses. This handbook looks at the Office 365 advantages and weaknesses.
If your organization is considering an Exchange 2016 upgrade, follow these expert tips to make the transition as painless as possible.Continue Reading
While allowing end users to access Exchange from multiple devices usually won't affect the server, it can quickly drive up licensing costs and help desk calls.Continue Reading
Security concerns are less of an issue for most organizations, but do the costs of using Exchange on premises vs. the Office 365 mail service stack up?Continue Reading
With multiple options available from Microsoft for personal and corporate document storage and sharing, it's easy to get confused about which to use and when.Continue Reading
Microsoft released updates for all supported versions of Exchange Server. The updates cover issues with mailbox anchoring in Exchange 2013 and improvements to lagged database copies.Continue Reading