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How to Grow Your Business in a New Region with Exchange Online

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As organizations grow, the challenge for IT is to deliver the same level of services in those new locations. Those locations could be a remote office in the same country or a new office in an emerging market, where cost and complexity can increase. Many questions need to be answered and solutions prioritized before these services can be up and running; but the first step for many organizations is to provide email service.

Exchange Online, a service from Microsoft Online Services, is a simple and reliable foundation for enterprise-wide email and calendaring coordination. Administration can be controlled from the main office. Clients are simply furnished with a URL and an account to access Exchange services. Even in low bandwidth areas, connecting to Exchange Online services using a browser provides users with access to a rich messaging suite.

The resources on this page will help you gain an understanding of how using Exchange Online can be a cloud messaging solution that meets your company's needs.

Get 30 Days of Exchange Online for Free
Set up and run Exchange Online for a month at no charge, then upgrade to paid service if you decide to keep it (min. 5 seats).

Business Productivity Online Standard Suite Deployment Guide
A technical guide to deploying Exchange Online and other BPOS services.

Infrastructure Planning and Design for Microsoft Exchange Online
A collection of worksheets and solution accelerators for Exchange Online deployments.

Microsoft Online Migration Toolkit
A guide and tools for migrating email to Exchange Online.

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