AIE recommends Exchange 2013 for most new installations of Exchange.
This version of Exchange builds on the strong foundation laid by Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010. It helps the organization move from a communication focus to an emphasis on collaboration and sharing data.
Key improvements include:
- Accessible on tablet, mobile, or PC, with the new touch-optimized e-mail experience
- Full integration with Microsoft SharePoint, all through the Outlook interface
- Data Loss Prevention allows you to monitor sensitive data and warn users about policy violations before an e-mail is sent
- Even simpler to deploy and administer
- Sync contacts from multiple sources into your Outlook
- Even more resilient architecture, with simplicity of scale and better hardware utilization
Upgrading to Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 needs to be done seamlessly.
AIE's seasoned engineers are experienced with performing Exchange migrations. Whether your organization is upgrading to Exchange 2013 from an earlier version (such as Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2003, or Exchange 2000), or from a completely different platform (such as IBM Lotus Domino and Notes, Novell Groupwise, Oracle Collaboration Suite, Google Documents, or another competitor), AIE proactively plans for difficulties to prevent downtime, smooth the transition, and give your business the peace of mind that your data is safe.