Microsoft released Exchange Server 2019 CU12 and Exchange Server 2016 CU23 on April 20. They also made some important announcements, including a new half-yearly servicing cadence for Exchange 2019, availability of free Exchange 2019 keys for hybrid servers, support for Windows Server 2022, and the beginning of the ability to remove the last on-premises Exchange server.
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Exchange Server on-premises organizations need somewhere to test scenarios for updating, testing configurations, and running occasional “what-if” testing. This article provides guidance on notable alternatives for delivering suitable Exchange 2019 lab environments – without breaking the bank.
On this week’s show we discuss cyber security tips you can implement immediately to secure your Microsoft 365 tenant; on the roadmap we review the latest features including PowerPoint’s latest new “cameo” feature, new casting and live streaming options in Teams, whiteboard sharing and more.
With Azure Front Door, you can reduce the strain on Exchange through caching, content compression, and by filtering out malicious bots before traffic even hits the on-premises network. In this article, we demonstrate how you can use Front Door to reduce your Exchange Server load, increase OWA Client performance and provide Microsoft managed certificates.
In this week’s episode, Paul and myself get together to discuss – a bit more Exchange again – but don’t worry, it’s only more patches. Plus, Microsoft adds a new product into the E3 plans that we think you’ll like – and as usual, the best from the Roadmap and Message Center