At the beginning of each month, we look at the most popular content with our readers and share it with you.
For February, Exchange Server admins were most interested in Active Directory, hybrid Exchange Servers and third-party security tools for email.
How to use Active Directory for managing Office 365
Once your organization has a successful migration to Office 365, you’ll have to learn how to manage Exchange’s mailboxes in the cloud. AD is mostly still the way to go to manage Office 365, but know what AD can’t manage.
Five steps for an easier Exchange 2013 migration
Enterprises face a lot of prep work to take care of before migrating to Exchange Server 2013, and that can be an overwhelming process. These five tips can help minimize the stress and ensure a smooth migration.
Why hybrid Exchange Server deployments are easier than ever
This tip takes an in-depth look at everything that’s involved in creating a hybrid Exchange Server deployment with Office 365 and on-premises Exchange as well as why it’s easier than ever to make these deployments happen.
How to care for and maintain an ADFS server
After your organization sets up ADFS, there are important things to maintain. This tip takes a look at the critical operations to care for in an ADFS server as well as how to troubleshoot any problems that could come up.
Taking a closer look at third-party email security tools
Use what you know about your Exchange environment to evaluate if the tools you have are enough or if you need to consider outside tools to keep your environment safe and secure.
What content was most helpful for you last month? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.