Skip to main content

4 must-haves in setting up a business email like an IT pro

Email is a mission-critical application for any business. Discover four must-haves in setting up a business email like a professional.

Enterprise email—what a new business needs to know

A small investment in a business email account can be the difference between success and failure for your new business.

Exchange Server 2007—end of support coming next year

Customers who are using Exchange Server 2007 for any of their email and calendar services should begin planning to move the associated mailbox data and resources to Office 365 or update their infrastructure to a newer version of Exchange, such as Exchange Server 2016.

Leading the way in the fight against dangerous email threats

With Office 365, we continue to invest in new protections against malicious email attacks. Today we are announcing seven new Exchange Online Protection and Advanced Threat Protection features that proactively identify and block the most dangerous email threats.

Office 365 archiving now meets SEC Rule 17a-4 requirements

To help customers better understand how the Exchange Online Archiving (EOA) service can be leveraged to meet their regulatory obligations, we are pleased to release our Exchange Online Archiving white paper specifically in relation to the SEC Rule 17a-4 requirements.

Exchange Server 2016 for on-premises customers now available

Last week, we launched the new Office, a set of integrated apps and services that empowers teams to do and achieve more. Today we announced the release of Exchange Server 2016, which brings key innovations in email, collaboration and calendaring in this Office release to on-premises customers.

Image for: King Saud University gains speed and reduces redundancy with upgrade to Exchange Server 2016

King Saud University gains speed and reduces redundancy with upgrade to Exchange Server 2016

Exchange Server 2016 offers many improvements that help you work more effectively, such as search, sending attachments with Exchange and the Outlook client, or sending a link instead of an attachment. —Read why King Saud University recently upgraded to Exchange Server 2016.

Bringing cloud technology on-premises in Exchange Server 2016

Performance improvements in the upcoming release of Exchange Server 2016 are based on running Exchange Online at extreme scale. Much of what we learned has been applied to improving the on-premises version. This week Office Mechanics provides insights into what IT admins can expect in Exchange Server 2016. Exchange team veteran Greg Taylor explains how the on-premises version of Exchange benefits from the cloud-based features and functionality of Exchange Online.

Announcing compliance toolset for public folders

The Office 365 archiving and eDiscovery toolset is being extended to include public folders. Customers can now place public folder content on hold to preserve it for legal or regulatory requirements. They can also perform eDiscovery functions on public folder data.

Enhancing mail flow security for Exchange Online

The Information Protection team is constantly making improvements to mail flow encryption to protect your incoming and outgoing emails. With new security vulnerabilities constantly being uncovered, and communication privacy being in the spotlight now more than ever, we seek to upgrade our service to only use the most secure Transport Layer Security (TLS)-based encryption available.

New Intune capabilities for Outlook on iOS and Android

Today, we are happy to announce that customers using Outlook for iOS and Android can now use built-in MDM for Office 365 or Microsoft Intune to secure email data on mobile devices within their organization.

7 new Exchange Online Protection enhancements

We are excited to announce seven new enhancements to Exchange Online Protection (EOP) that further protect your email from malware and spam and improve the email admin user experience at the same time.