Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 provides the foundation on which your academic organization can build efficient and cost-effective unified communications - consolidating email, instant messaging, conferencing, and voice mail within one familiar and easily-managed platform. Improved features enable people to work more efficiently and help your academic organization achieve new levels of reliability and security in communications management - while helping to reduce deployment and administrative costs.
Enhance efficiency through unified communications
Exchange Server 2010 integrates all of your academic organization’s communication tools, providing your faculty, staff, and students with seamless access to email, voice mail, faxes, instant messaging, and text messaging - all from their familiar Microsoft Office Outlook Inbox. New productivity features can help people organize and prioritize the growing volume of communications they deal with every day. Other enhancements improve collaboration by helping your faculty, staff, and students easily find each other, set up meetings, and share information with colleagues and partners outside the organization.
Get anytime, anywhere access*
The audio, video, and web conferencing capabilities in Exchange Server 2010 bring people together regardless of location. Mobile users can enjoy the same access to everything in their Office Outlook Inbox through a wide range of devices - without the need for expensive third-party software or services.
Discover greater flexibility and reliability
With Exchange Server 2010, you can choose the deployment approach that works best for your academic organization - whether it’s on-premises hosting, a Microsoft-hosted service with Exchange Online, or a blend of both. Modular management tools make it easier to streamline your operations. For example, with role-based access control, you can automatically configure access for certain employee roles, and new self-service tools empower your staff to perform common tasks, such as message tracking and creating distribution lists, which can help to trim your support costs. Built-in data replication technology can reduce the expense of deploying a highly-available Exchange architecture and provides automatic recovery from failures at the disk, server, or data center level.
Improve protection and compliance
Exchange Server 2010 builds on an already-strong set of features designed to safeguard and preserve your academic organization’s sensitive information. This latest version expedites compliance with internal and regulatory controls by allowing you to easily filter, examine, change, journal, and archive any message in your system, whether it’s email, voice mail, or fax. By eliminating your reliance on separate archiving solutions, your organization can save money while simplifying legal and compliance processes.
*Anywhere access requires Internet connectivity. Outlook Voice Access requires phone connectivity.