Many businesses have been using Exchange 2003 for years, but as of April 8, 2014, Microsoft is ending support for the program. This means that patches and updates will no longer be issued, and all forms of customer support will cease to be available for users of Exchange 2003. If your business currently uses Exchange 2003, now is the time to find a different solution.
Businesses have a couple of options to ensure that the change in Exchange 2003 does not cause disruptions. The first option to ensure that your Exchange server continues to receive updates and patches is to upgrade your in-house solution. Another option is to elect to have your email hosted by a cloud provider. There are pros and cons to both of these options, and the best choice will depend on the individual needs of your company.
In-House Email Management
Cloud Based Email Management (Ex: Google Apps)
Cloud based email management is an easy way for a business to test out using the cloud. Many companies appreciate the ease of using a cloud based email management provider (like Google Apps), and find that it is both a time and cost-effective solution.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us! One of our email specialists would be happy to speak to you about the different options available for your organization. All of EndLayer's cloud hosting solutions come with a FREE incoming transfer, which means that we'll take care of moving your website over to our environment (including your e-mail accounts) with no hassle or headache on your part at all.