A Guide to Security and Privacy in a Exchange Email Environment

This white paper helps you make an informed decision about provider security—regardless of which provider you choose.

 

When it comes to deploying Microsoft Exchange, businesses are turning to the cloud in increasing numbers. That’s because the cloud enables them to extend fully featured Exchange functionality without investing capital into extensive on-premises hardware and software deployments.

But not all clouds are created equal. As you consider hosted Exchange providers or even on-premises deployments, it’s critical to look beyond functionality and pricing to elements such as onboarding, support, back-end architecture and—perhaps most importantly—security.

This white paper helps you make an informed decision about provider security. It’s divided into three parts:

  1. Definitions for each element of hosted Exchange security
  2. Explanations of how Intermedia addresses each element of hosted Exchange security
  3. A two-page checklist for comparing the security of hosted Exchange providers

Viability...rests in part on its ability to offer a more secure environment than customers could achieve on their own.

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