Monitor Work from Home Employees with Employee Desktop Live Viewer.

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Updated On - 30 Dec 2020

Migrate Exchange Archive Mailbox to Office 365

Server Migration

The emergence of cloud computing has allowed businesses to keep their data over a secure cloud platform like Office 365 and access it from anywhere. Although Exchange Server is a powerful email management server, it can be combined with the benefits of Office 365 in a hybrid deployment scenario to achieve more. In the present…

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Updated On - 30 Dec 2020

Best Practices to Move SQL Server to Amazon RDS

Server Migration

Benefits of Amazon RDS for a Business Amazon Web Services brings a lot of benefits like Amazon RDS. It reduces the activities required for setting up, operating, and maintaining on-premises relational databases. It can run all the tasks to manage a large-sized database, and so you need to spend minimum time for server maintenance. Amazon…

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Published On - 14 May 2019

Various email limits in Exchange Online (Office 365)

Server Migration

Office 365 is the dominant cloud service platform and is provided by Microsoft, which has given it a leverage over its counterparts. There are more than 150 million active users for Office 365, and still is increasing at a rapid speed. It provides us the impression that it can handle a vast number of emails…

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Updated On - 30 Dec 2020

How to Migrate Office 365 to Hosted Exchange?

Server Migration

Office 365 and Microsoft Exchange are two popular offerings from Microsoft and plays an important role in the email management in organizations. Both of these are the mail servers based on the same application (Exchange) but differs because of the deployment type. Also, there is another option namely, hosted Exchange. Hosted Exchange and Office 365…

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Updated On - 30 Dec 2020

Import SQL Server 2008 Database to SQL Server 2014

Server Migration

With a post published on July 12, 2018, Microsoft announced in context to the support for SQL Server 2008 & SQL Server 2008 R2. Emphasizing on end of support for SQL Server 2008 & Windows Server 2008, the post walks you on why the company is dropping the support and why you should choose the…

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