In our monthly feature, we round up and share the Exchange Server content from the previous month that was most popular with our readers.
Exchange admins kept busy in November by reading up on Exchange 2013 migrations, fixing disk consumption problems and email migrations.
What content was most helpful for you and your organization last month? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.
Enterprises are delaying Exchange 2013 migrations …
The adoption rate for Exchange 2013 remains low for a number of reasons. Quality issues and technical limitations have been major factors in why organizations are slow to adopt it, but our expert says this trend will likely change.
… But you should probably upgrade. Here are three reasons why.
Despite a low adoption rate for Exchange 2013, there are solid arguments for making the jump to the latest version of Exchange. A simpler infrastructure is a major benefit of an upgrade, as is the potential to have better use of your existing hardware.
Simple fixes for Exchange Server disk space consumption issues
Exchange can use an excessive amount of disk space and can drive admins crazy trying to free up that space. Thankfully, there are some simple steps Exchange admins can take to clear up these disk space consumption issues.
Thanks to cloud, email migration doesn’t have to be a migraine
The idea of migrating email to the cloud is daunting for Exchange admins, and for good reason. But there are tools that can make the migration simpler while including additional services such as archiving and email management.
Cloud-based features a big benefit when you buy Exchange 2013
When you implement Exchange 2013 in your organization, your organization is more ready for an eventual move to the cloud. Exchange 2013 deployments can also help organizations move away from third-party tools and have more time to focus on end users’ needs.