Microsoft Exchange Server Archive
News has been rather slow on Exchange 2013 SP1, particularly with Windows Server 2012 R2 already out in the open and lacking support for Exchange and SharePoint. This was supposed to be fixed with the first service
Boy, this month’s Patch Tuesday sure has sent a few tremors across the technology world. Both end users and enterprise customers had to deal with a couple of botched updates that slipped by from the Redmond campus.
Microsoft has unleashed eight different security updates for August’s Patch Tuesday update cycle as it tries to fix a total of 23 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Exchange Server. Three of these updates come with
Microsoft continues its tradition of bundling up and releasing cumulative updates for its enterprise products. The latest to get this treatment is Exchange Server 2013 RTM. It was just a couple of weeks back when SQL Server
Exchange Server 2013 is here, bringing with it several new features and changes. So what exactly is different with the latest update? First off, the Exchange Server role architecture has been consolidated down to just to two