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The Right Way To Do Exchange In The Cloud

The Right Way To Do Exchange In The Cloud

The Right Way To Do Exchange In The Cloud The Story of Exchange Server For the past decade, front office and back office systems, such as CRM, payroll, and document management, have gradually moved to the cloud. That change has been relatively seamless. But now enterprises are contemplating and executing the migration of once immovable

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Moving Exchange Server To The Cloud: Points To Consider

Moving Exchange Server To The Cloud: Points To Consider

Moving Exchange Server to the Cloud: Points to Consider Cloud computing – it is a business model that many organizations are using, or thinking about using. If moving functions, such as Exchange server, to the cloud, a business must consider the advantages and disadvantages before undertaking any major infrastructure change. Some reasons why a business

Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 1

Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 1 Cloud computing services and related developments are definitely changing the way we network, collaborate, consume information and deploy applications. Businesses are now demanding more from service providers and cloud computing is more prominent across various industries. So being on cutting edge is rewarding but at the same time it

Tips for Migrating Microsoft Exchange to the Cloud

Tips for Migrating Microsoft Exchange to the Cloud I have previously discussed cloud migrations, mostly from the perspective Infrastructure as a Service(IAAS) for mid to large size companies but what if you have have a very specific need for a migration that is not IAAS such as migrating to an outsourced exchange provider? The trend

Practically Speaking About Cloud Computing: Email in the Cloud

Practically Speaking About Cloud Computing: Email in the Cloud. Email communication is taking a heavy beating,  both in our personal life and in work, as alternate real time Web2.0 communication methods have started occupying the space. Though Email is not dead yet, the prominence of Email communication is diminishing in both worlds.  In this scenario,