A mass upgrade of email system services is set to take place over the next 2 years. Companies appear to be all too aware of the potential size of the task ahead - large amounts of data to transfer, potential downtime and data loss, not to mention upgrade costs.
Microsoft Exchange 2010 is the dominant force in upgrade plans, with companies keen to keep up with the latest email innovations and to take advantage of its features. Furthermore, businesses appear optimistic about how quickly they will recoup the costs of migration, most expecting these to be recouped in the first 12 months of the transition. Despite the evident positives of moving to Exchange 2010, there are very real concerns around moving such large quantities of data, and the risk that this carries. Email continuity also emerges as an issue with companies keen to minimise disruption and downtime.
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