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Engineer with 501-1,000 employees
Oct 10 2017

What do you think of Microsoft Exchange?

What is most valuable?

EWS support, through which I have customized, e.g., response for my device to display meeting info on device.

How has it helped my organization?

Using EWS support, we have created a custom UI to display meeting info on our local portal to utilize and manage meeting and conference rooms effectively.

What needs improvement?

It is overall all good, though technical support is just average.

For how long have I used the solution?

Two and a half years. Currently, I am not working in the specific project. so I am not using it, but the company is using it.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

No.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

No.

How are customer service and technical support?

Just average.

Which solution

Vendor
Manager of Infrastructure at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Mar 01 2016

What is most valuable?

The mobile version of exchange keeps getting better as the product develops and synchronizes with today's latest mobile hardware. Security wise this gives local administrators control over these devices if stolen or lost. The Exchange Toolbox comes with many useful tools for exchange administrators including Message Tracking, Tracking Log Explorer, and many more. Exchange really shines by allowing… more»

How has it helped my organization?

I would have to say the biggest improvement is communication. Communication is a big factor in any business. Email allows us to have history on communication and real time communications. Shared calendars are a great way to reserve rooms and share your meetings with team members. Distribution groups are becoming more popular for group communication. Outlook/Exchange creates a very open environment… more»

What needs improvement?

The issue with Exchange has always been storage. Users by nature do not like to delete anything and it shows. So we have to create local polices to counter this issue and possibly 3rd party software to properly manage archiving for the users. We also are looking into upgrading the Exchange environment in 2016/2017. This would be an improvement overall as Microsoft latest release was in 2013 and we… more»
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Vendor
Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
Feb 19 2013

What do you think of Microsoft Exchange?

Exchange 2010: Feature Rich Product Pros High Availability: DAG provides high availability within same datacenter as well as across datacenters. Reduced IOPS requirement: With 70% reduction in IOPS requirement, it gives an option to go for less expensive storage solutions. Cons Customers upgrading from exchange 2003 need to invest more since it is supported only on x64 hardware. Little bit complex to design. Specifically larger environments. Exchange 2010 will be preffered solution for customers with large number of mailboxes due to its robust design and high availability features

What is Microsoft Exchange?

Built to deliver the enterprise-grade security and reliability that businesses require, Microsoft Exchange provides email, calendar and contacts on your PC, phone and web browser.
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