In our monthly feature, we round up the most popular content with Exchange admins from the previous month.
For June, Exchange admins wanted to explore the idea of virtualizing Exchange 2013, creating the best monitoring setup for their enterprises and multifactor authentication in Office 365. Read on to learn more about this content.
Exchange 2013 virtualization: does it make sense?
If your enterprise is considering the option of virtualizing Exchange 2013, you’ll have to include how resource and storage allocation in your discussions.
…But you aren’t required to virtualize Exchange 2013
As you discuss the possibility of virtualizing your Exchange 2013 deployment, keep in mind how high availability and data dedupe will fit in. But at the end of the day, it might be better to run your deployment physically rather than virtually.
Build the best Exchange monitoring option for your enterprise
When you start designing an Exchange monitoring system for your enterprise, end users are the most important component in having a successful system. This can be accomplished with the combination of passive and active monitoring, among other factors.
Sort through the fluff about hosted Exchange services
You’ll be bombarded with marketing fluff when it comes to comparing hosted Exchange services, but there are important considerations to make as you research your options and six steps to have a more secure hosted deployment.
Learn how to configure Office 365 MFA
Accounts based in the cloud must take advantage of multifactor authentication, and the easiest way to have it be successful in your enterprise is by helping your end users navigate the process of setting it up.
What content was most helpful to you last month? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.