Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Q&A: Exchange Server 2003 Enhances Online Communications Collaboration through Increased Integration

Q&A: Exchange Server 2003 Enhances Online Communications Collaboration through Increased Integration "Tuesday's coordinated launch of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and the new Microsoft Office System, on the heels of the earlier arrival of Microsoft Windows Server 2003, reflects a concerted effort by Microsoft to enhance its end-to-end messaging and collaboration offerings for information workers. By integrating Exchange Server 2003's delivery of server and client e-mail-based communications and personal information management (PIM) with both the Windows Server System and the Office System, Microsoft aims to reduce IT complexity and total cost of operation, while simultaneously helping information workers better connect with each other, with their information, and their business processes."

Doesn't seem to be much to substantiate the collaboration part of the press release title; I believe the collaboration parts of the story are handled via Windows SharePoint Services (for document workspaces) and Office Live Communications Server, not Exchange.
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