Endless vulnerabilities. Widespread hacking campaigns. Slow and technically tough patching. It’s time to say goodbye to on-premise Exchange.
Once, reasonable people who cared about security, privacy, and reliability ran their own email servers. Today, the vast majority host their personal email in the cloud, handing off that substantial burden to the capable security and engineering teams at companies like Google and Microsoft. Now, cybersecurity experts argue that a similar switch is due—or long overdue—for corporate and government networks. For enterprises that use on-premise Microsoft Exchange, still running their own email machine somewhere in a closet or data center, the time has come to move to a cloud service—if only to avoid the years-long plague of bugs in Exchange servers that has made it nearly impossible to keep determined hackers out.
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