Exchange & Office 365

Many innovations in Microsoft Exchange 2016/19 (especially compared to Microsoft Exchange 2010) speak in favor of migrating to the current version. Especially the improved technology and architecture in Microsoft Exchange 2016/19, the extended features or completely new features, such as an archive system or data loss prevention, which were not available in Exchange 2010.

But migration from IBM Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange 2016/19 could also significantly reduce IT costs. All this with a considerably higher range of functions and reduced support costs.

Migration to Microsoft Exchange 2016/19 is by far not trivial and should be reasonably planned and prepared from the beginning. Factors such as the hardware used, the virtualization of servers, the number of users and the total volume of mailboxes, public mailboxes, but also the reliability of the entire Exchange environment are essential for maintaining the entire e-mail volume.

Finally, data security and full functionality should be maintained throughout the entire project without fuss or quibble.

Benefits of Exchange 2016/19 to Exchange 2010

  • Exchange Management Console
  • Exchange 2016/19-architecture
  • Setup
  • Office 365 Hybrid
  • Messaging policy and compatibility
  • Malware protection
  • Message flow and the transport pipeline
  • Sharing and collaboration
  • Integration with SharePoint and Skype for Business (MS Teams)
  • Clients
  • Batch moves of mailboxes
  • High availability and fail-safety of locations
  • Exchange utilization management

 

Exchange 2016/19 to Exchange 2013 benefits

Below is a brief overview of the major changes in Microsoft Exchange 2016/19 compared to Microsoft Exchange 2013.

  • Exchange 2016/19-Architecture
  • Clients
  • Outlook on the Web (former Outlook Web App)
  • MAPI over HTTP
  • Collaboration on documents
  • Office 365 Hybrid
  • Messaging policy and compatibility
  • Prevention of data loss
  • In-Situ-Archiving, storage, and eDiscovery


Advantages of Office/Microsoft 365 to Exchange on-premise

  • High flexibility
  • Collaboration with teams
  • Work regardless of location and device
  • Always up-to-date software through automatic updates
  • high security and data protection
  • Data loss protection
  • secure archiving
  • transparent prices
  • no high capital commitment to own IT and server infrastructure

Since normal support for Microsoft Exchange 2010 has already expired and this version offers the last possibility to migrate to Exchange 2016/19 in one step, the decision to migrate to Exchange 2016/19 or Office 365 should not be difficult in view of the new features.

We would be more than happy to support you in turning this project into reality. Click the button to contact us for further questions.
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