Tuesday, May 5, 2009

May 12th: Moving to Exchange 2007 in 2009?

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Migrating to Exchange 2007 in 2009

If yours is among the 50 percent of Microsoft Exchange shops that haven't yet upgraded to Exchange 2007, you can put your fears to rest about the cost and complexity of a migration by choosing the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model for Exchange.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast on May 12th to find out why so many companies are reluctant to perform on-premise upgrades to Exchange 2007 and why it makes sense to migrate to SaaS-based messaging.

Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2007 in 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT / 18:00 GMT

Register Now!

You'll learn:

  • Top tips for a successful Exchange 2007 migration
  • Key decision factors for deciding if you should move to Exchange 2007 in 2009 or wait for the next version
  • Why legacy Exchange users should consider an SaaS solution for their move to Exchange 2007 rather than an on-premise upgrade

Register TODAY to participate on Tuesday, May 12th!

Includes live Q&A!
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