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What is Microsoft Exchange?
 Understanding Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft Exchange is the industry's leading platform for e-mail, calendaring, and unified messaging. The most recent release, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, is closely aligned with the Microsoft Office 2010 wave of products, which together deliver a best-in-class enterprise messaging and collaboration solution-however Microsoft Office 2010 products are not necessary to realize the core benefits of Microsoft Exchange. At a glance, some of those benefits include:

    1. Keeping communication alive and e-mail flowing with enterprise-class availability and reliability.

    2. Helping safeguard users and the organization's valuable data from the harmful-and continuously increasing-effects of spam and viruses.

    3. Providing trusted communications within the organization automatically, without added cost or complexity; seamless integration.

    4. Simplifying regulatory compliance in a way that supports the different needs of employees, compliance managers, and messaging administrators.

    5. Increasing the productivity of today's employees who require the ability to respond quickly at home, work, or in the field.

    6. Offering employees a single inbox to access all of their important communications—including voice mail, fax, and e-mail—while avoiding the cost and effort of maintaining separate disparate systems.

    7. Delivering a fast, seamless, and familiar Outlook experience across different devices and clients with no requirement for extra software or services outside of an Internet or basic phone connection.

    8. Improving group collaboration and productivity by making it easier to find and share data, documents, and schedules from anywhere.

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