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Articles for the keywords: Microsoft Exchange
08 Nov 2016 Make Your Emails More Trusted With DKIM [57739]
ComputerWorld, November 8th, 2016

"The war against spam has been a long one. Just as we get better filtering, spammers and phishers turn to more sophisticated techniques. We are even seeing ransomware attacks like Cryptolocker and Cryptowall become commonly spread over email. There must be a technical way to stop some of this, right?

There is an Internet authentication system -- DomainKeys, and its successor, DKIM -- that tries to mitigate some of the risk of trusting that emails are actually from who they say they are from. Strangely, though, this technology has not made its way into Microsoft Exchange. In this piece, I want to open the curtains on DomainKeys and DKIM, show how they work and why what they do is important, and then demonstrate how to use a free utility to set up DKIM on your on-premises Exchange servers..."
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01 Nov 2016 Independent Research Firm names Veritas Technologies as a Leader Among Information Archiving Cloud Providers in 2016 [57615]
Veritas recognized for balancing 'user productivity tools with compliance capabilities'

Veritas Technologies, the global leader in information management, announced it has been named by Forrester Research as a 'Leader' in The Forrester Wave: Information Archiving Cloud Providers, Q4 2016 for its Enterprise Vault.cloud Software as a Service (SaaS) archiving solution. The 2016 Information Archiving Wave evaluated 13 vendors on a broad range of criteria including cloud architecture, scalability, security capabilities, user and group management, compliance and eDiscovery, supervision, file access, and data sovereignty support.

In the report, Veritas Enterprise Vault.cloud was recognized as a solution that provides document archiving for Micosoft Office 365 and Microsoft Exchange messages, as well as 'documents from sources such as on-premises SharePoint sites or cloud-based Box.' The report also notes that 'additional modules extend the core archiving capabilities, such as the Veritas AdvisorMail product for supervision capabilities, and document review is supported via Veritas eDiscovery.'
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27 Sep 2016 Dell EMC Expands Broad Microsoft Support, Delivering New Innovations across Cloud and Converged Infrastructure [56643]
New Microsoft Azure Cloud Services from Dell EMC help customers easily adopt hybrid cloud, streamline operations and extend the functionality of their IT infrastructure

Dell EMC announced broadened support of Microsoft environments with new Microsoft Azure Services, Validated Systems for Microsoft Exchange and SQL, as well as customer momentum for the Dell EMC Hybrid Cloud System for Microsoft. The new services and validated systems can enable customers to increase business agility, improve efficiencies and lower costs with highly customizable hybrid cloud and infrastructure solutions.
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11 Jun 2015 Top 5 Open Source Alternatives To Microsoft Exchange [43297]
IT Business Edge, June 11th, 2015

"Are you tired of overpaying for the Microsoft Exchange messaging server? The Linux and Free/Open Source world is cram-full of robust, capable alternatives that won't drain your bank account. This tasty assortment ranges from free with community support, to full commercially-supported products. Let's take a look at five open source Microsoft Exchange killers..."
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13 May 2014 Why Hosted Microsoft Exchange 2010? [36309]
Hosted E-Mail can be accessed from a desktop, smartphone, or a tablet

Centuric is proud to offer the very latest in Hosted E-mail with Microsoft Exchange 2010. Together Microsoft's Exchange 2010 and Centuric can offers you the tools your employees need to be more productive, and stay connected from anywhere they are. Hosted E-Mail can be accessed from a desktop, smartphone, and tablets.

Microsoft Exchange Servers have traditionally been used by very large corporations to increase productivity and provide communications means for their employees. Small businesses, however, have often not had the capital, infrastructure, or expertise to setting it up and maintaining such servers...
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