Posted by Richard Dean, Principal Consultant, Professional Services
Combined with our already excellent services, customers can also expect some new features, functionality, and improvements with RHM. The following sections briefly outline some of those new subjects and highlight the benefits of each.
Expanded Coexistence Options
Simple Coexistence: With simple coexistence, all email addressed to your company’s domain will continue to be delivered to your on-premises Exchange server. However, email that is addressed to users that have been moved to Office 365 will be forwarded to their Office 365 mailboxes, allowing them to send and receive email from their Office 365 mailboxes using the same on-premises email address.
Rich Coexistence: Rich coexistence provides a robust management experience with better integration options for your on-premises server. You can also configure rich coexistence to provide a virtually seamless connection between your on-premises and online environments. With rich coexistence, end users can share calendars and free/busy information with their existing corporate Lotus Domino co-workers, regardless of whether their mail account is online or still on-premises.
Rich coexistence requires that at least one published Internet-facing 64-bit Windows server 2008 R2 is running Internet Information Services (IIS), the Web Server Role, and .NET 3.5.1. Typically, port 80 and 443 are required to be open between firewalls for appropriate communication between systems.
For security purposes, an SSL certification is recommended for IIS that’s issued from a valid third-party Trusted Root Certificate Authority to ensure encrypted free/busy traffic between the customer environment and the cloud.
For more information on prerequisites, please download the CMT for Coexistence 3.0.5 Comprehensive Users Guide.
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A Webinar Presented by Microsoft and Binary Tree: Fast-Track Migration to Microsoft Office 365
Here are some of the features of a Remote Hosted Migration:
- Remote Hosted Migrations Include Email, Calendar, Contacts and To-Do’s
- No Migration Software or Hardware to Buy, Install or Configure
- No Expertise on Migration Needed
This webinar will allow you to learn from the experts who run these migration projects and find out how your organization can make the move without implementing any migration hardware or software in your data center. Several topics will be covered during the session including:
- Best Practices for Planning
- Infrastructure Readiness
- Pre-Staging the Migration Data
- Pilot to Production Processing
To register for the webinar, click HERE.
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