Optimizing SharePoint and Exchange
There is nothing inherently wrong with using default configurations, but there is so much that SharePoint and Exchange can offer that you will want to optimize to address your own unique business needs.
Getting the most out of SharePoint and Exchange means exploring all the components, features and variables that make up the systems, and then optimizing them for your enterprise.
One of the main reasons why organizations like to use SharePoint document libraries for document storage is because SharePoint’s indexing capabilities make it easy for users to locate documents.
You can still work with SharePoint even when you’re working offline. Here’s how to optimize your SharePoint Workspace storage architecture.
You can configure SharePoint to communicate across farm boundaries, sharing and consuming services from other server farms.
How you manage and configure server roles has a huge impact on the efficiency of your Exchange Server infrastructure.
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