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Ramón Silva - A Day Without E-Mail

This is a document describing the features that Exchange Server 2010 offers to address today\'s e-mail communication challenges.

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Ramón Silva - A Day Without E-Mail

  1. 1. A Day without E-mail Ramón Silva Business Development Manager
  2. 2. History of E-mail Attributed to Ray Tomlison, late 1971. He included it into ARPANET as a program called SNDMSG. The “@” was introduced to tell which user was at which host. You could send electronic messages to any computer in the ARPANET network. The principles of ARPANET grew into what The Internet is today.
  3. 3. The E-mail (R)Evolution About 2 Billion e-mails are estimated to be sent every single day. There are approximately 1.3 Billione-mail users worldwide. The average information / knowledge worker spends 2.1 hours per day on online communication (including e-mail). The average size of an e-mail is 75 KB.
  4. 4. What does this mean? Our communication through e-mail is nowadays business critical. We have attached business processes to the use of e-mail. Even though there are other means of communication that have surpassed e-mail (IM, Social Media Networks(1), etc.) we have become culturally attached to it. (1) E-Mails Reigns Is Over, Social Networking is The New King
  5. 5. No E-Mail for One Day Major impact in our business… damaging to all our departments… hard to imagine not having email at all… maybe other forms of communications would cut in… problems could impact city, country and state… it would be a disaster… we will have to talk and get things done the old conventional way…
  6. 6. Various Flavors & Providers In the Cloud On Premise Paid/Licensed Free
  7. 7. Cloud Market Share 55% 25% 13% 7% Share of the Top 4 Webmail Providers Yahoo! Mail Windows Live Mail Gmail AOL Mail
  8. 8. On Premise Market Share 65%10% 15% 10% On Premise Corporate E-mail Market Share Microsoft Exchange Server Notes/Domino POP/IMAP Novell Groupwise
  9. 9. E-Mail Challenges Today Easy AdministrationHigh Availability Business Continuity Lower Costs Mobility Security ComplianceCollaboration
  10. 10. How do we address those challenges?
  11. 11. Exchange 2010 Features • Exchange offers a huge choice of storage options, from high cost (SAN) to low cost (DAS) –High availability without reinstalling the server – Straight-through administration of business continuity with simple disaster recovery and backups • Large mailboxes at low cost • Reduce burden on IT staff with easy administration: – Self-service capabilities – Web based control panel – Role based security model
  12. 12. Exchange 2010 Features • Mail on the: – Desktop: Outlook –Mobile phones iPhone, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry*, Android** – Browser: Outlook Web App from IE 7+, Firefox 3+, Safari 3+ and Chrome 1+ • Integration with Microsoft Lync Server 2010 for IM • Voice mail experience, not tied to a desktop phone, universal inbox (*) Needs BlackBerry Enterprise Server for sync (**) Moxier app or similar with Activesync
  13. 13. Exchange 2010 Features • Retention policy compliance framework for the definition, deployment, and automation of the expiry of e-mail data archiving • Integration with Information Rights Management (IRM) for safeguarding your sensitive business information, for both voice mail and e-mail • Control of your corporate e-mail data in a transparent manner
  14. 14. Are you ready for Exchange Server? • Find out for yourself, read some case studies, click here. • Learn Exchange Server 2010 – Learning portal, click here. – Webcasts, click here. – Technet Library, click here. – Virtual labs, click here. • Try Exchange Server 2010 – 120-day software trial, click here. – Virtual hard drive, click here. – Exchange Online Trial, click here. • Pricing and licensing information