New Exchange Addresses Changing Landscape of Security
Sept. 24, 2012
Harris Interactive poll highlights change in how information is shared, supports need for balanced approach to data security.

REDMOND, Wash. — Sept. 24, 2012 —Today marks the kick-off of Microsoft Exchange Conference 2012 (MEC), the first time in 10 years that Microsoft has held the event.

To take a look at how the communications landscape has evolved in the last decade, Microsoft worked with Harris Interactive to conduct a study of 450 IT pros. The infographic below provides a look into some of the most interesting results from the survey. Among them, IT pros report the need for better compliance and security as their companies expand, the variety of devices used in the workplace grows, and security attacks become more sophisticated.

Communications in the Modern Office
September 24, 2012
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At the conference this week, attendees will learn more about how the new Exchange delivers improved security and compliance features that help IT maintain control over sensitive business data. And all of these new features are available in the cloud, on-premises, or a combination of the two.

For more information on the new Exchange, visit the Exchange Team (EHLO) and Office Next blogs.

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