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With the release of Exchange 2010, Microsoft has brought some major changes to its cornerstone unified communications product. In spite of major improvements in Exchange 2007, many customers didn’t make the move from Exchange 2003 saying it is good enough.
This storyboard highlights the new 2010 features and recommendations for upgrading, including:
- Operational and administrative enhancements.
- New e-mail archiving option.
- Upgrade scenarios for moving from earlier versions to 2010.
Use this research to determine if you should upgrade to Exchange 2010 and if you should use an on-demand, on-premise, or hosted deployment method.