Wednesday, September 17, 2014

10 Features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

Email is one of the most important mediums in today’s business world. So initially it is very necessary to have an idea about what email systems are and what they do.By far the most prominent leader of the email industry is Exchange server. Exchange Server 2013 is the most upgraded version, equipped with advance features. It comes with two different versions- 

  •   On Premise version: Supposing a server which is located very nearby you.  
  •   Off Premise version: This version is also known as ‘Cloud’ version in which server is supposed to be ‘Hosted’ by another company. 
So with this Exchange blog, we’ll discuss about the features/benefits of Exchange Server 2013, and will describe how Exchange 2013 can help you to manage email messaging system in small to big organizations.

Let’s have a look at the top 10 benefits of using Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, and know how it is going to benefit you or your business. Here it is-

1)   Protect sensitive data through DLP (Data Loss Prevention):This feature of Exchange Server 2013 provides identity, monitor and protect sensitive data through deep content analysis. In addition to this, Exchange 2013 also offers certain regulatory standards such as PII and PCI which provides extensible support to other policies important to your business.

2)  Integration of new In-Place eDiscovery: Exchange Server 2103 lets you to stop employees from deleting emails that could be important to a particular case. The eDiscovery center allows administrator to search data in Exchange from one place which helps in identifying, hold and analyzing the emails.

3)   Keep all your important data in archiving and primary mailbox: The Exchange Server 2013 empowers users with an in-place archiving and the facility to retain large mailboxes in primary mailbox. The Exchange Server 2013 is blended with the powerful and flexible retention policies which offer complete control of storage to keep Exchange users productive.

4)   Enable users to be more collaborative: Exchange Server 2013 makes it easier for users to manage teams and project communications easily and quickly as it allows users to see old communication on a project and give access to current versions for their team document.

5)   Protection against email threats: Exchange actively protects your communications with built-in utilities providing defense against email threats. It has multi-layered anti-spam filters comes with regular updates to provide safeguard against virus and spam threats.

6)  Gives a portability and touch-enabled inbox experience:  Now you can easily enable Exchange users to access their emails from anywhere with clean and uncluttered experience. The same thoughtful design in the Outlook desktop interface has been applied to both the browser and mobile interfaces.

7)    Move to Cloud with flexible options including Exchange hybrid: The Exchange Server 2013 provides users an unbroken experience including scheduling meetings and sharing calendars between online and on-premises users and doing this will slightly interruption as possible. You'll be still remain in control during testing the cloud's newest enhancements with support for upgrade previews.

8)    Decrease the amount of time spent in managing systems: With the introduction of EAC (Exchange Administrative Centre), it becomes very easier to manage powerful capabilities including DLP, site mailboxes, and apps for Outlook. With collaboration of RBAC (Role Based Access Control) in Exchange server, you can offer your help desk and expert users with the tools to execute exact tasks without requiring full administrative authorizations.
9)    Customize Exchange Server by integrating relevant apps:  Exchange Server 2013 version provides users to make their communication experience more powerful by reducing the time spent in switching between apps.

10)   Bring all contacts together at one place:  Now you can easily bring your all-important contacts at one place, and can also bring your other networks contacts as well at same place. Exchange server will find the contact information of same user across networks and consolidate their information into one contact card without any duplicacy.

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