The tasks an IT organization is charged with constantly change, but the tasks themselves are often influenced by trends — often just hype — in the market. As trends come and go, organizations can either act upon them or let them pass by.

One technology trend that has survived the test of time is compliance. Ever since Exchange 2010, Microsoft has put more emphasis on new features which help enterprises with their specific compliance requirements. Exchange 2013 takes it even a step further by adding even more features and improving some of the existing ones. In this article, I comment on some of the [compliance] trends and explain which Microsoft Exchange features might help you covering your specific compliance requirements. You can continue reading over on SearchExchange.

Happy reading!


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