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September 2020 Hybrid Configuration Wizard Update: What You Need to Know

The Benefits of Cloud-Based Exchange Solutions
Technology has evolved greatly in recent years, and the cloud is becoming increasingly popular as a way to store and access data. Exchange solutions are no exception, and many businesses are now turning to the cloud to manage their email systems. In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of using cloud-based Exchange solutions and the latest changes to the Hybrid Configuration Wizard.

What is Cloud-Based Exchange?
Cloud-based Exchange is a Microsoft-hosted email service that is accessible from any device that has an Internet connection. This means that businesses don’t have to worry about the hardware and software associated with running an on-premise Exchange server. Instead, they can simply use the cloud-based solution to manage their email system.

Benefits of Cloud-Based Exchange Solutions
Cloud-based Exchange solutions offer a number of benefits to businesses, including:

* Cost savings – Cloud-based solutions are typically more cost-effective than on-premise solutions, as businesses don’t have to worry about purchasing, installing, and maintaining hardware and software.
* Scalability – Cloud-based solutions can be scaled up or down as needed, so businesses can adjust the size of their email system to fit their needs.
* Accessibility – Cloud-based solutions are accessible from anywhere, so businesses can manage their email system from any device with an Internet connection.
* Reliability – Cloud-based solutions are typically more reliable than on-premise solutions, as the cloud provider is responsible for maintaining the system.
* Security – Cloud-based solutions are often more secure than on-premise solutions, as the cloud provider is responsible for keeping the system secure.

The Latest Updates to the Hybrid Configuration Wizard
Microsoft has recently released an updated version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard, which enables businesses to configure their on-premise Exchange server to work with their cloud-based Exchange solution. The new version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard includes the following features:

* Improved user experience – The updated version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard includes a redesigned user interface that is easier to use and navigate.
* Better performance – The updated version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard also includes improved performance, which will make it faster and more efficient to configure a hybrid Exchange environment.
* New features – The updated version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard includes a number of new features, such as the ability to configure multiple forests and the ability to configure the Exchange Online Protection (EOP) service.

Getting Started with Cloud-Based Exchange Solutions
If you’re looking to get started with cloud-based Exchange solutions, the first step is to sign up for a Microsoft Exchange Online subscription. Once you’ve signed up, you can use the Hybrid Configuration Wizard to configure your on-premise Exchange server to work with your cloud-based Exchange solution. To learn more about the hybrid configuration process, you can refer to the Microsoft Exchange documentation.

Cloud-based Exchange solutions offer businesses a number of benefits, such as cost savings, scalability, accessibility, reliability, and security. With the latest updates to the Hybrid Configuration Wizard, businesses can now configure their on-premise Exchange server to work with their cloud-based Exchange solution. If you’re looking to get started with cloud-based Exchange solutions, the first step is to sign up for a Microsoft Exchange Online subscription.
References:
September 2020 Hybrid Configuration Wizard Update

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