Ensim Release Exchange 2016 Best Practices Deployment Guide
San Jose, CA – Mar 08, 2016 – Ensim Corporation, a leading provider of automation and monetization solutions, today announced availability of a free Exchange 2016 Best Practices Deployment Guide. In the planning and design phases of a Microsoft Exchange 2016 implementation, it is critical to know what practices to follow to ensure the best possible performance and a great user experience. Deploying Exchange 2016 requires some unique considerations and specific configuration which are addressed in the deployment guide.
One of the major changes introduced in Exchange 2016 is merging of mailbox and CAS server roles. In light of these new changes, Ensim has updated its recommended best practices for deploying Microsoft Exchange 2016.
Each Exchange implementation is unique and should strive to achieve the decision goals which are outlined in this guide. There is nothing right or wrong in a solution design as long as it is supported by Microsoft. Every environment deployed should be validated to ensure it will achieve the expected performance and user experience goals.
Ensim also manages other Microsoft based applications for Enterprises and Service Providers/MSPs including SharePoint 2016, Skype for Business, System Center with Hyper-V, Desktop as a Service (VDI), Dynamics CRM and the full set of Microsoft CSP Solutions for both 1 tier and 2 tier partners.
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