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Microsoft has recently rolled out the public preview version of Office 2013. This is the latest version of Microsoft Office, and will be highly focused on cloud services. A major part of the experience is Exchange Server 2013. This has been available to some testers for quite some time, but is now available to the public. With this public beta release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, some of the features that are available include:
This newest version of Microsoft Exchange Server is considered to be an evolution of the 2010 version. Exchange Server expert Van Horenbeeck wrote”To me, Exchange Server 2013 feels like a natural evolution of its predecessor Exchange Server 2010: there are no groundbreaking features, at least none that you couldn’t expect.” Considering the success and workability of the 2010 Microsoft Exchange Server, this is not necessarily a bad thing.
Are you looking for support of your Microsoft Exchange Server environment? Talk to us today, our team understands the ins and outs of Microsoft Exchange and how business can leverage Exchange on premise or in the cloud. We are your trusted Microsoft Exchange experts.