Technology is now central to successful businesses. It has enabled systematic storage of operational & managerial data. However, businesses face challenges with this. Each Employee working in different location has to manage individual data. Also, managing complex IT infrastructure takes away the IT staff from the important projects.
Companies keep a much closer eye on costs today, so changing to new Technology – Microsoft Office 365 is the smartest move to take. This Microsoft product has LOTS of features to help businesses change how they approach data to day tasks in a new way. Let’s know them: Continue reading “Should your business choose Office 365?”
Sadly, many Exchange admins don’t do due diligence and ensure proper maintenance on Exchange Server Certificates!
If an Exchange server (2013/2016) is allowed to expire it’s Certificate and you attempt an CU update, the update will fail and it will leave your exchange server broken!
Prerequisite analysis will complete:
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Users of Exchange Server 2013 or later or Exchange Online can’t open public folders or shared mailboxes on a legacy Exchange server Consider the following scenarios:
- You have an on-premises deployment, in which Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is installed in an existing Exchange Server 2010 or Exchange Server 2007 organization.
- You have an on-premises deployment, in which Exchange Server 2016 is installed in an existing Exchange Server 2010 organization.
- You have a hybrid deployment of Exchange Server and Exchange Online in Office 365, in which the hybrid server is running Exchange Server 2013 or later.
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