Module 14 - Exchange Online Overview

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Exchange Online Overview
Exchange Deployment Planning Services
Agenda
The benefits of cloud-based services
Exchange Online highlights
Business-class messaging
Simplified management
Security and reliability
Deployment flexibility
Q&A
Customers tell us…
The Benefits of Cloud-Based
Services
FINANCIAL
TECHNOLOGY
LOWER COSTS
BETTER CAPABILITIES
PEOPLE
SIMPLICITY & AGILITY
Microsoft Online Services
Enterprise software delivered via subscription services and hosted by Microsoft
Business Productivity Online Suite
“With Online Services, we are able to
reduce our IT operational costs by roughly
30% of what we’re spending now”
– Ingo Elfering, VP of IT Strategy, GlaxoSmithKline
“Microsoft Online Services gives us
the reliability our employees and
customers demand”
–Derk Rietveld, CEO, annatommie
Exchange Online Offerings
Today We’ll Be Talking About Exchange Online Standard
Exchange
Exchange
Multiple customers, one architecture
5 seat minimum
Rapid, standardized deployment
All connectivity to hosted environment
occurs over public Internet
Exchange
Exchange
Single customer per architecture
5,000 seat minimum
Many customization options
VPN or dedicated circuit links customer
site to Exchange environment
Exchange Online Highlights
• Anywhere access from a variety of devices
• Large mailbox sizes with flexible policies
• Robust collaboration features
Business-class
Messaging
• Unified web-based administration center
• Support via phone, web, and e-mail
• Active Directory® synchronization
Simplified
Management
• Geo-redundant data center architecture
• Multi-layered antivirus and spam filtering
• Archive and encryption services available
Security and
Reliability
• Coexistence between online and on-premises
• Comprehensive data migration tools
• Low cost offering for deskless workers
Deployment
Flexibility
Business-Class Messaging
Anywhere access
Rich client access via Outlook 2003 and later
Premium web e-mail experience via OWA
Support for a broad range of mobile devices
PCs
Browsers
Phones
Business-Class Messaging
Large mailbox sizes
5 GB default allocation per user (25 GB max)
Pooled storage at company level
Assign different mailbox size limits per user
Additional storage available for purchase
Business-Class Messaging
Distribution lists
Company directory
Shared contacts
Delegate access
Conference rooms
Simplified Management
Unified Administration
Manage subscriptions
Provision users
Reset passwords
Configure services
Get help and support
View service health
Access tools and resources
Simplified Management
Active Directory synchronization
Directory Sync tool installed on local server
Synchronizes on-premises AD DS with Microsoft Online Services
Simplifies user provisioning
Powers unified global address list
Simplified Management
Support and service level agreement
99.9% uptime commitment
SLA is financially backed
24x7 IT pro support via
phone, web, and e-mail
Integrated electronic
ticketing system to submit
and check on issues
Simplified Management
Regular service updates
Datacenter staff handles
security patches and updates
Helps you focus on critical
projects instead of routine
maintenance
Gives your users access to the
latest capabilities
Simplified Management
Exchange 2010 features coming to the service
Conversation view
MailTips
Personal archive
Voice mail with
Unified Messaging
Federated calendar
sharing
Full OWA support in
Firefox and Safari
Mobile reply state
Integrated IM and
presence in OWA
Mobile free/busy status
OWA side-by-side
calendar view
SMS sync
Shared nickname cache
for OWA and mobile
Over the air update
for Outlook Mobile
These end-user features, plus other Exchange 2010
enhancements, will be rolled out during calendar year 2010
*Outlook Web App (OWA)
Security and Reliability
Highly secure, private, and reliable e-mail services
Security and Reliability
Geo-redundant datacenters
Netherlands
Ireland
Washington
Virginia
Hong-Kong
Singapore
Current datacenter locations
Security and Reliability
Built-in virus and spam protection
INTERNET

High-accuracy spam filtering

Multiple virus-scanning engines

Inbound, outbound and internal

Included with Exchange Online subscription
Security and Reliability
Archiving and e-discovery
INTERNET
Auditor, Outside
Counsel Access
End User/Admin
Access
Exchange Hosted Archive can be added to provide advanced e-discovery capabilities
Journaling e-mail to other archiving systems is also supported
Security and Reliability
Email encryption for data privacy
Secure Reply
via ZDM
TLS Encrypted E-mail
Policy
Enforcement
Encrypt Rule
Gateway
Encryption
Server
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Recipient
Network
Key
Server
Exchange Hosted Encryption can be added to provide e-mail encryption services
Uses Voltage Identity-Based Encryption (IBE)
Encrypts e-mail and attachments
Supports all systems and e-mail clients
Deployment Flexibility
Coexistence capabilities
Hybrid deployment option allows you to
mix on-premises and hosted users
Deployment Flexibility
How coexistence works
All users share the same
e-mail domain name
Inbound e-mail routes to on-premises
server first and then to Online
Directory Sync provides
consistent user experience
Wizard-based setup process
simplifies deployment
Deployment Flexibility
Mailbox migration
Free migration tool available
Tool is installed on-premises
Migrates all mailbox items (e-mail,
calendar, contacts, and tasks)
Administrator can move users
individually or in bulk
Supports Exchange 2000+,
POP3/IMAP
Deployment Flexibility
Deskless user subscription
Low-cost offering for
lightweight e-mail users
Basic mailbox access via light
version of Outlook Web App
500 MB mailbox
Same antivirus and anti-spam
protections
Optional archiving and e-mail
encryption
Microsoft Exchange
Available as a Server and as a Service
Deploy Exchange in the way that best fits your business needs
Coexistence
End of Exchange Online
Overview
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