Exchange 2010 at Global Crossing
The second stop on the Exchange early adopter road trip was Vegas. The customer we visited with, Global Crossing, was actually just in town for a conference, but who am I to turn down a visit to Sin City?
Global Crossing is upgrading to Exchange 2010 to take advantage of the great new e-mail archiving, cheaper storage options, and as a replacement for its legacy voicemail system.
CIO Magazine also caught up with Global Crossing this week and posted this story on the cost savings the company hopes to realize by standardizing on Windows phones and EAS and moving off of BlackBerry smartphones.
Published Date: November 16, 2009
Presented By: Adam Bomb
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