Kim Roy of BMC Software lists 10 troublesome issues Exchange managers face and offers tips to slay each headache. In each case, Roy said, choosing a tool with the right features will help ward off evil Exchange spirits.
Oops! True IT blooper #3
Here's the third installment of our new bloopers series. In this segment, an IT manager gets the last laugh after a migration from Notes to Exchange turns out to be more trouble than it's worth.
Merger forces choice between Notes and Exchange
Notes or Exchange? Making the decision between the two e-mail systems was tough for newly-merged UnumProvident. In the end, the obvious choice turned out to be the wrong one.
How a virtual office works
SearchWindowsManageability recently asked Bill Bruck, co-founder of Collaboration Architects, Inc., how virtual workplaces are implemented, what challenges the technology poses for early adopters, and if they're really needed. The company builds online work environments, or "virtual offices," where workers can meet to collaborate and access task-related tools.
CNET gives a voice to voice over Internet Protocol
CNET Networks, Inc. implemented VoIP technology to take the place of its aging telephone system. The technology integrates the company's desktops with Microsoft Outlook and now communication between CNET's various locations is easier.
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