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As the latest release of the most commonly used corporate email platform, Exchange 2007 represents the future of email. By the end of 2008, 50% of organizations that use Exchange are expected to move to Exchange 2007.
For most organizations, taking full advantage of Exchange 2007's new features will require a substantial investment. Unlike previous upgrades, Exchange 2007 requires the replacement of existing servers with new 64-bit hardware and software. In addition, new options for high availability and new server roles will require many organizations to re-architect their entire Exchange environment and this can be expensive to implement.
While Exchange 2007 provides a solid foundation for corporate email, it has minimal support for many of the security, high availability, archiving, and compliance features that many organizations now require. As a result, administrators should leverage the Exchange 2007 upgrade to re-architect their broader messaging environment to incorporate solutions that address these important issues.
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