September 2009

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Exchange Server 2010 Promises a Brave New World
September 21, 2009

Speaking at a Webinar organized by California-based research company The Radicati Group, White said the new simplified administration model is significantly easier, and therefore less expensive, to use. RBAC does away with the need to manage the deeply unpopular access control lists in Exchange, enabling IT administrators to delegate administration tasks by defining roles for other users.

Stop Buying Storage
September 10, 2009
The Data Center Journal

Email is the biggest unstructured information pain point today and a top target for data reduction via archiving. The Radicati Group estimates that the volume of email will increase by 30 percent from 2006 to 2010.

How L.A. would switch to Google Apps, using Microsoft’s money
September 9, 2009

“Like any technology system, Google has experienced occasional outages. That said, the real downtime as measured by 3rd party analyst firm the Radicati Group shows that Gmail’s uptime is significantly higher than on-premise systems such as the City’s Novell Groupwise implementation. ITA has also publicly stated that the reliability of Gmail is far superior to that of the City’s own system.

E-mail flood incurs billions of dollars in costs
September 2, 2009

A survey carried out earlier this year by the Radicati Group found that around 220 billion emails are sent and received each day worldwide. Other studies forecast an annual increase in e-mail volumes of about 40 per cent. It is safe to assume that many of these e-mails contain information worth archiving. In Germany alone it is estimated that 4,700 e-mails are stored on each and every workstation.

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