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    Exchange Server 2007 White Paper & Sato Case Study
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      Unified Communication and Collaboration White Paper.pdf

      Sato Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Case Study.pdf

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        For most businesses today, e-mail is the mission-critical communications tool that allows their people to produce the best results. This greater reliance on e-mail has increased the number of messages sent and received, the variety of work getting done, and even the speed of business itself. Amid this change, employee expectations have also evolved.

        Today, employees look for rich, efficient access—to e-mail, calendars, attachments, contacts, and more—no matter where they are or what type of device they are using. For IT professionals, delivering a messaging system that addresses these needs must be balanced against other requirements such as security and cost.

        Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 has been designed specifically to meet these challenges and address the needs of the different groups who have a stake in the messaging system. The new capabilities of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 deliver the advanced protection your company demands, the anywhere access your people want, and the operational efficiency you, in IT, need.

        This whitepaper provides an overview of the new capabilities of Exchange that help executives, business users and IT professionals do more with less.
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