In our monthly feature, we take a look at the pieces of content that were most popular with our readers in the previous month and recap it for you.
In June, our readers were interested in learning more about the latest version of Exchange, Exchange Server 2016, as well as the latest updates to existing versions of Exchange and how to simplify an Office 365 migration.
A cheat sheet for Exchange 2016
With the latest version of Exchange Server scheduled for release later this year, we’re keeping track of what we know will be included. Expect to see many features that were originally delivered to the cloud come down to this on-premises version.
Exchange 2013 CU9 delivers little new functionality
With the Exchange 2016 release scheduled for later this year, don’t be surprised that the latest cumulative update for Exchange 2013 doesn’t include many new details. But admins should take note of an update that fixes a security vulnerability.
Ease your move to Office 365
Admins’ curiosity about Office 365 keeps growing, but the migration process can be complicated with the increasing number of available applications. This ehandbook breaks down a transition to Office 365 and how to make the transition easier for your organization.
Updates boost ActiveSync client migrations
There’s a new feature in Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013 that can automate how mobile devices are reconfigured during a migration to Office 365, and there certain ways admins can prepare to implement the feature to make sure it’s a success.
What is Exchange 2016?
Our new definition on the upcoming version of Exchange covers some of the updated features and capabilities admins can expect to see upon its release, including close integration with a number of products, combined server roles and additional data protection support.
What content was most helpful to you last month? Was it something we didn’t include in this list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.