Posted by: Matt Gervais
coexistence, Exchange Server 2013, Outlook, SharePoint
December is often a somewhat slow month for us here at SearchExchange.com; and understandably so. Many readers are busy completing end-of-year projects and preparing for the holidays. This December was different though, and we couldn’t be more thrilled.
Two big announcements resonated with readers and our contributors keep churning out terrific tips. In case you missed them the first time around, below you’ll find five articles that kept fellow readers clicking this month.
Exchange Server 2013 hits general availability, but upgrades must wait (@ExchangeTT)
Exchange 2013 hit general availability in early December, meaning admins can download it and start experimenting.
Google drops Exchange ActiveSync support on free Gmail (@stuartj1000)
Google wants to take more control of its mobile email strategy by phasing out Exchange ActiveSync. But was it a smart move? IT pros weigh in.
New Exchange 2013 features tighten integration with SharePoint (@BrienPosey)
Two new Exchange 2013 features help further Microsoft’s commitment to making SharePoint and Exchange integration airtight.
Explaining client access server role changes in Exchange 2013 (@DevinGanger)
Microsoft overhauled the client access server role in Exchange Server 2013. While the changes may seem drastic, they definitely represent a change for the better.
Top five OWA 2013 improvements that benefit mobile users (@BrienPosey)
OWA 2013 offers several improvements that target users and administrators who are frequently on the move. Familiarize yourself with the top five.