Nowadays, it’s easy to get stuck in a technological rut. You find a product or package that seems to work just fine, you install it throughout your network, you train all of your staff to use it, and voila, ten years late are still using it. A solution that was supposed to streamline and enhance your business processes slowly but surely becomes a heavy weight pulling you back and preventing you from reaching your full potential. Does this sound too familiar? Three words may be the answer for you: Microsoft Exchange migration.
How many times a day do you rely on Outlook to get a job done? In today’s office environment it’s the skeletal structure of productivity. Emails, reminders, internal file sharing – all of this relies on the massive brain of Outlook. And behind the curtain of Outlook lies the Microsoft exchange server. The importance of keeping this infrastructure current and functional is the reason behind Exchange 2010 migration. Keep reading for a summary of some of the key advantages of an Exchange 2010 migration.