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September 26, 2012
Binary Tree Introduces Global Microsoft Exchange Roadshow to Promote Email Hosting
By Deepika Mala, TMCnet Contributor
It seems that Microsoft (News - Alert) is doing its best to encourage people to implement its email hosting solution Microsoft Exchange for a variety of reasons including driving productivity and collaboration in any organization as well as reducing costs. And just recently Binary Tree (News - Alert), a provider of software solutions for migrating to Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office 365, revealed it will be launching a global roadshow that is solely dedicated to Exchange.
Titled The Countdown to Exchange | Exchange, this event will drawn in industry experts and corporate leaders who will share their knowledge about the critical business and technical issues related to this messaging infrastructure.
Carl Baumann, vice president of Sales at Binary Tree said in a statement, “We are looking for this roadshow to provide an opportunity for candid discussions on the benefits and considerations that will help prepare IT leaders to make informed decisions on upgrading their enterprise email systems, Experts from Binary Tree, the Exchange community, and our Certified Partners from around the world will provide guidance on developing a successful migration strategy to Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, and Exchange Online in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud.”
Additionally, the Binary Tree Countdown to Exchange | Exchange roadshow will enable businesses to better understand the vitality of transitioning to a newer version of Microsoft Exchange on-premises or in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud. The exposition will also impart knowledge about the best practices and technologies for successfully making this transition and will take place in many locations all around the world.
SherWeb is a major email hosting provider that could stand to benefit significantly from this event and powers a hosted Exchange 2010 toolset lets users share documents, calendars, contacts and tasks whether it is in the office, on a smartphone such as BlackBerry, iPhone or Android (News - Alert), or from an Outlook Web application. Bundled with hosted SharePoint 2010 and hosted Lync 2010, this solution is guaranteed to ramp up efficiency and make it much easier to interact with an entire workforce while simultaneously slashing costs.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein