In our monthly feature, we look at the Exchange content most popular with our readers in February.
Readers wanted to learn more about Office 365 Clutter and Office 365 Video, as well as the benefits of deploying a hybrid setup in Exchange.
Organize your mailbox with Office 365 Clutter
One of the newest features in Office 365, Clutter learns users’ email habits and moves messages that are likely to be ignored to a separate folder. Users can also train Clutter manually by pulling out certain items and telling the feature not to mark them as clutter.
Post and view videos with Office 365 Video
Office 365 Video works with Windows Azure Media Services to give enterprises an easy way to post and view videos directly within Office 365 portals. Admins can also configure permission settings to control who can post videos and create channels.
Survey says Exchange is an easy target for attacks
A recent security survey has found that most organizations are not only unaware of the location of their sensitive data, but also lack BYOD-related technical controls to aid in the secure use of mobile devices.
Boost Exchange performance by optimizing Outlook
Older versions of Outlook may not respond well to certain features in Exchange Server 2013, causing frustrating performance problems. Encouraging end users to use new versions of Outlook can help optimize performance, but reducing the size of personal storage files can help as well.
Benefits of a hybrid Exchange deployment
Hybrid Exchange deployments are a popular choice for organizations that want to use a cloud infrastructure with minimal effort. A hybrid setup may also benefit organizations that don’t have the disk space to provide users with larger mailboxes.
What content was most helpful to you in February? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter@ExchangeTT.