OWA 2000 offers better scalability than its predecessor, but security problems still exist if you configure it improperly. Here’s how to implement an OWA 2000 system that’s not only scalable but also secure.
If you were already running OWA 2000 but not using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), users will have to start connecting to the server using HTTPS rather than HTTP. Here’s how to help users during the transition.
Outlook Web Access 2000 offers improved performance and a better user experience. See what you can do with it.
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-- January 23: Implementing a Private Cloud for Your Organization
Windows Server 2012 R2 provides a huge number of changes and new capabilities to Windows Server 2012. These changes affect not only the datacenter with enhancements to virtualization, storage, and networking but also to the desktop environment and Bring Your Own Device scenarios. This event will dive into some of the more advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 features, help you understand their benefit, and show you how to start implementing.