What you should know about hosted Exchange Server

There's a lot of buzz surrounding hosted Exchange Server, but is it all just noise? This podcast explains what's involved in the hosted Exchange model and weighs the pros and cons of moving email servers off-premise.

There's no denying that third-party hosting of Exchange Server has become a buzz-worthy topic. Many Exchange organizations are talking about it and some are actually doing it. But how well do you understand the technology?

In this podcast, Microsoft Exchange MVP William Lefkovics briefly introduces what's involved in hosted Exchange Server as well as some of its pros and cons. He also explains different provider options that are available if you're considering hosted Exchange and how this model can ease management and security tasks. Lefkovics also looks at the relationship between a hosted Exchange model and the cloud.

What you should know about hosted Exchange Server

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This was last published in August 2010

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