Microsoft Exchange is one of the most popular applications used for business email communication. As new versions of the platform are released, organizations are likely to upgrade. When Microsoft Exchange 2010 was released, for example, a survey found that 44 percent of organizations with 1,000 employees or more planned to upgrade within 18 months.1
Yet, the upgrade process is time consuming for IT and inconvenient for end users. This whitepaper discusses how creating an email archiving process before embarking on a Microsoft Exchange upgrade can eliminate these problems, saving time and money for organizations.
1Exchange 2010 proves popular. OnWindows.com. May 10, 2010. Retrieved from http://www.onwindows.com/Articles/Exchange-2010-proves-popular/4866/Default.aspx