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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Mailbox and High Availability by Tony Redmond

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The influence of The Service

Since Exchange 2010, Microsoft has had to walk a thin line to develop software that can run as well in a traditional on-premises deployment as in its Office 365 cloud service. Companies have offered hosted Exchange services for years, and many continue to compete successfully against Office 365 with products based on Exchange 2013. The big difference is that Microsoft now runs a massively scalable cloud service that exerts a huge influence over the engineering roadmap. Microsoft is more likely to create new functionality if it is important to Exchange Online, the email component of the Microsoft Office 365 cloud platform, than if it is important to a few on-premises customers. This is the downside of the cloud for ...

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