Explore all options to pick the right data loss prevention template, and keep in mind that multiple or third-party templates may be necessary.
An upgrade to Exchange 2013 involves more work if you’re on Exchange 2003, but if it includes the features and capabilities your organization needs, the extra effort could be worth it.
Not familiar with the Alternate Login ID feature? You should be. It could save you valuable time during an Office 365 migration.
It seems like an obvious step, but one missed security update, patch or hot fix could spell disaster for Exchange.
As your organization weighs the pros and cons of virtualizing Exchange Server 2013, think about these important factors before you decide.
Security breaches and data leaks are ever-present in the enterprise. This option can help prevent major damage.
Are you worried that giving users access to email outside the office is a security issue? Then it’s time to implement Client Access policies.
Using MFA is a must for cloud-based accounts. Help your end users set up Office 365 MFA.
As attackers find newer and faster ways to exploit vulnerabilities, know your antispam and antimalware options to protect Exchange 2013.
If your organization wants to migrate off Exchange 2003, here’s what you need to know about Exchange 2010.