Bringing System Management to Messaging & Collaboration
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The fast growing interaction between email, collaborative environments and social media usage on both fixed and mobile devices is putting pressure on the corporate management of these activities. Inability to manage this surge may result in inefficiencies, security issues and damage to corporate credibility. General system management tools lack the detailed ability to seamlessly monitor, manage, plan and update core business messaging and collaboration environments, notably Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint environments. This paper from analyst group Quocirca offers some answers.   Access >>>

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  • Business aspects of comms & collaboration
  • Managing with IT operations solutions
  • Exchange and SharePoint Management challenges

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