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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.

Microsoft Learning—Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services
Sign up for a one-day instructor-led training on BPOS administration, including Exchange Online for IT Pros.

Add a Domain to Microsoft Online Services
The first step to moving your business online is creating a domain in BPOS.

Forefront Online Protection for Exchange: Administration Center 101 (Video)
Microsoft’s Micah LaNasa explains Forefront Online Protection for Exchange, a hosted service that protects against spam, malware and viruses.

About Exchange and Exchange Online Email Coexistence
Configure your Exchange 2000 Server, Exchange 2003 Server, or Exchange 2007 Server to work in conjunction with Exchange Online.

Sleuthing for Answers About Online Services (Video)
Microsoft’s Thomas Welles addresses the question of IT Pro obsolescence in a cloud world.

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