Google Offers Exchange Server Back-Up and Disaster-Recovery Solution

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Dec 10, 2010


Google has introduced a new cloud-email service that it is positioning as an ideal way for Exchange Server 2003 and 2007 users to back up their e-mail. In an effort to win over Microsoft users to Google Apps, officials at the company want the new Google Message Continuity service to serve as a back-up and disaster-recovery solution for Microsoft users and, reports ZD Net, when the Exchange user decides to move to Google Apps, their e-mail, calendar and contacts will already be synced, easing migration.


New cloud-email service is an ideal way for Exchange Server 2003 and 2007 users to back up their e-mail.

"“Businesses rely on Exchange more than any other messaging solution because of its enterprise grade management and security. An incredible 73% of large organizations in the US use Exchange as their primary email system with the next closest email platform at 2%. Our customers have and will continue to benefit from the large ecosystem of hundreds of third party solutions that extend and complement Exchange. With their announcement, Google joins an existing list of email continuity providers for Exchange.'”

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