Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2010 Migration Services
Service Type:Consulting, Professional Service
Business Need:Internet Security, Server Management and Installation, Messaging
Works With:Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010, Microsoft Lync Server 2010, Windows Active Directory (AD), Windows... (more)
Industry Focus:General - Applicable to All
Employees, business partners, vendors, and customers communicate and collaborate with each other through a wide variety of methods including voice, e-mail, fax, voice messaging, instant messaging and conferencing. Without Unified Communications, these communication tools are not always used effectively.
Migrating from an older messaging system such as Lotus Notes, Novell Groupwise or Pop3/IMAP to Exchange or upgrading to a newer version of Exchange may require extensive planning and execution. Depending on your environment and requirements, these projects can be very time-consuming. PEI can help you with design architecture, planning and implementation of your Microsoft Exchange 2007/2010 system.
PEI possesses the expertise to assess your current IT and voice infrastructure, leverage existing equipment, and implement new resources.
Our Unified Communications practices address the following:
- Business Justification (Assessment, Business requirements, Processes, Return on Investment/Total Cost of Ownership)
- Architecture (Design and Integration, Deployment specifications, Future-ready foundation, Project Management)
- Data and Telecom Infrastructure (Data Networking and equipment, Telephone network, VoIP network)
- Infrastructure (Identity, Access and Directory, Server Infrastructure, Desktop Infrastructure, Admin and Management, Security and Storage)
- Unified Communications Infrastructure (Messaging, Voice, Conferencing, Presence)
- Support and Management (Training, Phone Support, Break Fix, Maintenance, Monitoring and Remote Management)
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2010 Migration Services has not been reviewed by any customers.
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