Today, at Tech-Ed Europe in Berlin, Microsoft announced the worldwide general availability of Exchange Server 2010.
In a previous post, I explained some of the exciting new features in Exchange Server 2010.
Here are some quick facts that you should know, regardless of whether you are a customer or a partner:
- Exchange Server 2010 already has over 15 million users worldwide, through our Live@Edu service.
- Today, Forrester released "Total Economic Impact” study which concludes organizations can expect a payback period of less than 6 months with Exchange Server 2010.
- UK-based NEC Phillips is experiencing email storage cost savings of 70% with Exchange Server 2010 [more]
- US-based TriWest Healthcare Alliance is saving approximately $250,000 with Exchange Server 2010, by avoiding the cost of purchasing an independent archiving & retention system. [more]
- Organizations such as Aon Corporation, Glaxo Smith Klein, Lions Gate Entertainment, McDonald’s Corporation, University of Ohio and many others are satisfied customers of Exchange Online.
- Global Crossing is saying bye-bye Blackberry, and implementing Exchange Server 2010.
- Subaru Canada and Nasdaq OMX are other early adopters that have benefited from Exchange Server 2010.