There’s a proliferation of communication options, but email is still one of the most regularly used platforms by businesses. Heck, the average office worker receives over 120 emails daily.
When it comes to using mail servers, it’s obvious that Microsoft Exchange is the 800-pound gorilla in the room. That’s why this week, we took a look at setting up Exchange 2016, why an on-premises server might be best for your org, and the mail server vulnerabilities you should look out for.
5 Threats to Your Email Server
Email is one of the most popular ways of doing business. It’s also a gold mine for hackers. We’ve gathered some of the most common threats to your mail server that are definitely worth thinking about for the sake of your organization.
5 Reasons to Keep Your Mail Server On-Prem
Microsoft offers both on-premises and software-as-a-service (SaaS) options for an Exchange 2016 license, and for good reason. Even though the IT industry loves the cloud, here are a few reasons to keep mail server tech onsite.
How to Plan Your Microsoft Exchange 2016 Setup
You know your team has made it to the big leagues when you’re considering the nuts and bolts of setting up your own mail server. Here are insider tips you should know before your deep dive into getting things locked and loaded.