The changing role of Exchange

Microsoft Corp. is preparing to reveal more details about what's coming in the next release of Exchange 2000 (code-named Titanium) in October at its MEC Conference in Anaheim, Calif. Though a majority of IT shops are still running Exchange 5.5 and just upgrading now to Exchange 2000, there are already questions cropping up from IT managers about how to prepare their messaging environment for the future version of SQL Server (Yukon) and the common data store. Microsoft isn't saying much about that, but Jim Bernardo, product manager of Exchange, was kind enough to chat about the changing role of Exchange.

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