The best way to learn about any technology, and specifically Exchange Server, is to be as hands-on as can be. And the most effective way to be hands-on without risking your production environment is to build a separate test lab.
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AmyKelly Petruzzella is a marketing executive who focuses on Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, and Active Directory trends, challenges, and business outcomes for enterprises. Over the years, AmyKelly regularly engages with Gartner industry analysts, and she has been recognized several times for Top 50 Microsoft Marketing Excellence. She is a frequent speaker and blogger and an industry veteran who advocates for women in technology.
When it comes to cybersecurity, the threat landscape over the last 12 months has never been more complex and challenging. During Microsoft’s annual partner event, Microsoft Inspire, a strong emphasis was put on trust and security. According to Microsoft, they have been busy thwarting and tracking the following:
“Cut-over” . . . . Even the word itself sounds abrupt. The pressure of preparing all your data, especially your critical Exchange email data, and then trying to move all of it all at once without creating disruption for users is neither a trivial project nor a welcome prospect.
There are still thousands of cyberattacks targeting zero-day security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server faster and more furious every single day as malicious hackers attempt to target organizations that have yet to apply the security patches released to mitigate them.
In this article, we will share the prerequisites and guidelines you must meet to ensure a successful deployment of either Exchange 2016 or Exchange 2019.
I. Plan for Exchange Server
Use the information at the following links to help plan your deployment of Exchange 2016 or Exchange 2019 into your organization.