In a recent survey of Microsoft Exchange professionals, over 50% were still managing legacy versions of Exchange. Why are so many organizations reluctant to upgrade to Exchange 2007? Cost is an issue but complexity and risk are also big concerns. After all, everyone has heard the horror stories of "migrations gone bad." Hosting provider USA.NET moved thousands of clients from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007. Planning started well before the official release of Exchange 2007 and client migrations have continued for over a year. During this webcast USA.NET shares their first-hand experiences with this complex migration. During the event you will hear:
• The top tips for a successful Exchange 2007 migration based on the experiences of a team that moved hundreds of thousands of user mailboxes
• The key factors to consider when deciding between moving to Exchange 2007 now or waiting for Exchange 2010
• Why legacy Exchange users should consider a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution as their upgrade path to Exchange 2007 and 2010.
Replay the May 2009 webcast: