Microsoft Exchange


Exchange Hoster Intermedia Bought by Private Equity Firm

Private equity firm Oak Hill Partners on Thursday said it acquired Exchange hoster Intermedia for an undisclosed amount.

Tech-Ed Roundup: Windows Phone 7, Azure, Top Tweets and More

Microsoft's Tech-Ed 2011 conference, which took place in Atlanta this year, just wrapped up. Here's a handy roundup of all of this week's conference news and analysis from our editors.

Microsoft Wins Bid To Provide Hosted E-Mail to San Francisco

In the latest public-sector cloud win for Microsoft, the city of San Francisco has chosen to migrate 60 departments and agencies to Microsoft Exchange Online over the next 12 months.

Tech-Ed: Exchange 2010 SP2 Coming Second Half of 2011

Service pack 2 (SP2) of Exchange 2010 will be released sometime in the second half of 2011, Microsoft revealed at its Tech-Ed conference in Atlanta.

Tech-Ed: Kemp Bets Big on Exchange 2010 and Hyper-V

There are broad-based products and there are niche products, but Kemp Technologies' latest product, unveiled this week at Tech-Ed, is a product that's aiming for a niche within a niche.

Tech-Ed: Microsoft Boosts Virtualization Support for Exchange 2010

Microsoft has announced improvements to Exchange 2010 that are designed to avoid supported scenarios when running the software in a virtualized environment.

Microsoft BPOS Suffers Multiple Outages (UPDATED)

Customers of Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS) have experienced e-mail outages over the past few days.

Top 10 Microsoft Products: Partners Rate What's Most Important

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Which components of Microsoft's 350-strong product portfolio are the most important to its partners' businesses? To find the answer, we asked the partners themselves -- over 500 of them -- to pick the 10 they and their customers can't go without.

Microsoft, RIM Ink BlackBerry Cloud E-Mail Deal

Citing information from Research In Motion senior executives, a Bloomberg article published on Wednesday reports that Microsoft has struck a cloud computing deal with the smartphone developer.

HP and Microsoft Roll Out Appliances

The two companies deliver on their $250 million, three-year pact to jointly develop integrated datacenter solutions.

Report: U.S. Continues World Spam Lead

The United States is responsible for almost one in five spam e-mails sent out, according to Sophos, a data protection and security company.

Google Gets Second Chance on Fed E-Mail Contract Won by Microsoft

The Interior Department can't award a noncompetitive contract to Microsoft, a federal judge has ruled. 

Google Offers Gmail Protection for Microsoft Exchange

Google announced an e-mail continuity service on Thursday to support premises-based Microsoft Exchange.

USDA Buying Microsoft Cloud Services

The Agriculture Department is moving its e-mail, document-sharing, and other collaboration tools to Microsoft's cloud infrastructure to save money and improve efficiency, USDA officials said today.

Forging a Lync in the Unified Communications Chain

Microsoft has a tradition of making a market breakthrough with the third release of a product. For that pattern to hold true in unified communications and collaboration, the channel will have to play a critical role.