Options for Messaging When Exchange Server and Microsoft 365 No Longer Work

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Michael Sampson, Senior Analyst, Osterman Research and Laurence O’Brien, FRSA, Global Product Marketing Manager, OpenText

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Customers using Exchange Server and Microsoft 365 face significant roadmap and regulatory roadblocks. Microsoft is strongly encouraging organizations to shift away from on-premises deployments and embrace the cloud. In Europe, multiple countries have ruled Microsoft 365 out of compliance with data privacy regulations. What should organizations do? We want you to have all the info first. Join our webinar to learn: • What’s happening at Microsoft with Exchange Server? • How data processing concerns with Microsoft 365 are resulting in bans in European countries. • Reasons for moving away from Exchange Server and Microsoft 365. • What to look for when choosing a new messaging platform for your organization Don’t miss this informative webinar. Find out what to do if Microsoft’s alternatives have become untenable for your organization.
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