Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Mitigate the Risks of Moving to Exchange 2007

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Mitigate the Risks of Moving to Exchange 2007

Although it offers powerful email management capabilities, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 also comes with inherent risks and challenges. Risks that can result in email downtime, legal penalties, and missed opportunities for your business

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to learn tips to sidestep the risks associated with migrating to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

CIO Viewpoints on Exchange 2007 Risks
and Mitigation Strategies

Thursday June 11th, 2009
2:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM PT | 18:00 GMT

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Join us to learn:

  • Proven strategies for keeping your e-mail legal, reliable and securing during an Exchange 2007 upgrade
  • Why e-mail archiving is crucial to meeting your compliance objectives
  • How the SaaS model reduces the costs and simplifies e-mail administration

Register TODAY to participate on Thursday June 11th, 2009!

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