Some IT administrators are concerned they are not essential in the Office 365 era, but admins can prove valuable to their organization if they evolve with the times.
Exchange administrators can choose from numerous backup offerings from Microsoft and third parties to restore individual emails or entire servers.
Admins may be eager to put Exchange Server 2016 into production after installation, but they should check off several tasks to ensure the messaging platform is stable.
Email remains a vital tool for businesses large and small. And more than ever before, there are options for how to provide it.
Staying with Exchange Server is a valid choice. But there are other email options that deserve consideration.
Microsoft adds features to further secure Office 365 against advanced threats, such as email phishing attempts and malicious attachments.
When Exchange Server goes down for an extended period of time, these three problems are probably to blame.
A move to Exchange 2016 may mean increased costs to hardware that can support the latest Microsoft messaging platform.
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.
Not all organizations can go all-in on cloud. There are five reasons why a hybrid Office 365 arrangement makes sense for those companies.