Best Practices for Exchange 2010

Best Practices for Exchange 2010 is a technical whitepaper from Quest Software (registration required).

With the release of Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft has expanded existing functionality and introduced new concepts. Exchange Server 2010 still provides organizations a robust messaging and collaboration platform while continuing to broaden their focus to enhance the feature set. Exchange Server 2010 provides three high-level benefits:

  • Anywhere Access
  • Protection and Compliance
  • Flexibility and Reliability

These features were designed to meet the needs of today’s mobile workforce, help organizations protect and retain information according to policy, as well as ensure that e-mail services are available at all times.
Organizations that consider adopting Exchange 2010 will need to weigh its benefits against the costs and complexities of managing it. This white paper describes the new features of Exchange Server 2010 and discusses best practices for migrating to and managing this unified communications foundation.

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