Moving from legacy on-premises Exchange: upgrade to Exchange 2016, or Exchange Online?

Moving from legacy on-premises Exchange: upgrade to Exchange 2016, or Exchange Online?



Some organizations are reluctant to migrate Microsoft Exchange Server mailboxes from their premises to Exchange Online because of compliance issues; or concerns about security, privacy, and control over user data; or performance and reliability; and so on. However, they may still have Exchange 2007 in their messaging infrastructure, which reaches end of support in April 2017; or Exchange 2010, which is already in extended support. In this session, we’ll first dissect a few of the reasons we hear as to why some organizations are reluctant to move to Exchange Online.

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