Microsoft IT uses Exchange Online Protection as a service to block and filter spam and other malicious email. In addition, they have developed tools and processes to help manage the service and minimize such threats. This article describes how Microsoft IT uses Exchange Online Protection and other measures to reduce email security vulnerabilities.
Migrating Exchange email to the cloud in a complex global environment posed a number of challenges for Microsoft IT. But we knew that the transition from on-premises Exchange servers to Exchange Online would have many benefits, including remote access to email services, ongoing feature updates, and cost savings. Learn how we evaluated and planned the migration in phases, communicated with teams and stakeholders, and conducted the migration—collecting best practices to share along the way.
Microsoft IT migrated hundreds of thousands of mailboxes from Exchange On-Premises to Office 365 Exchange Online. But for the service management team, the major change was not technology—but changing their focus from servers to service. They are now accountable for ensuring end-to-end service quality and user satisfaction for the email service.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 has functionality that enables users to access their corporate email, calendar, global address list, and tasks with their personal portable devices. Using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync within Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft IT (MSIT) delivers significant improvements in employee productivity and satisfaction by enabling employee access to this business-critical information in more than 170,000 user mailboxes.
A hybrid messaging deployment offers the possibility to have some mailboxes located on-premises while others reside in the cloud. Microsoft IT shares its planning and deployment experiences of a hybrid Microsoft Office 365 hybrid messaging solution.
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