Support evolving work styles with the new Exchange
Exchange is one of the cornerstones of enterprise communication and collaboration and the new Exchange is optimized for the next generation of hardware, provides a single, easy-to-use, web-based administration interface, and enables you to move to the cloud on your terms.
It has been an exciting year for Exchange. For the first time since 2002, the Microsoft Exchange Conference (or “MEC” as it is affectionately known) fired up in September. The new Exchange hit the RTM milestone in October. Now, you can download the trial version of Exchange Server 2013.
With the release to manufacturing (RTM) of Exchange Server 2013, the Exchange team compiled an entire series of recent posts on the enhancements and new features.
Discover a new, rich set of technologies, features, and services to the Exchange Server product line.
Evaluate Exchange 2013
Try out a full-featured, 64-bit, evaluation copy of Exchange Server 2013.
Ignite labs provide in-depth technical training for IT Professionals on the new Exchange. They feature new product capabilities and cover topics such as design, deployment and management.
A hybrid deployment offers organizations the ability to extend the feature-rich experience and administrative control they have with their existing on-premises Exchange organization to the cloud.
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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.