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Published on: December 31, 2009
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 2 pages
In the past decade, e-mail and electronic messaging have become the backbone of communication and collaboration within and among organizations, and Microsoft Exchange has become the most deployed messaging environment in the corporate marketplace.
Exchange 2010 greatly increases the demand for storage in several ways, including increases in the limits on mailbox size, eliminating the use of files by including a personal archive capability, easing recovery of accidentally deleted items with a redesigned dumpster, and the simplification of high-availability management.
One of the first challenges faced by an Exchange administrator is how much storage to allocate and configure. Check out this 2-page white paper to learn how your organization can optimize storage for your Exchange 2010 environment, including:
- Minimizing the need to over-provision storage
- Automating the most complex tasks and reducing management complexity
- Shortening recovery times, offloading backups, and simplifying disaster recovery
- Establishing a shared-resource architecture
- And more
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