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Exchange Server 2016: Improved Features and Functionality

Posted by: David Barter
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Exchange Server 2016: Improved Features and Functionality

In October of last year, Exchange Server 2016 became available. This was big news and, in case you missed it, I wanted to bring it back to your attention now that it has some market adoption. Unlike previous versions of Exchange, this one was forged in the cloud. Read this technet blog post to get a nice overview. Some of the highlights of new capabilities include:

  • Better collaboration
  • Improved Outlook web experience
  • Search functionality
  • Greater extensibility
  • eDiscovery
  • Simplified architecture
  • High Availability

 

If you're looking for extensive details, visit the Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 product guide.

If you have any questions around Exchange Server 2016, please reach out and we'll be sure to get them answered for you.

 

By David Barter, Practice Manager, Microsoft Technologies

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