Applications are essential tools for any business. With the introduction of Microsoft Exchange 2010, 2013, 2016 and so on, businesses are able to leverage constant communication to drive productivity to stay competitive. Along with new capabilities comes a greater chance of risk that your private and sensitive information can be compromised. Organizations must be mindful to take the proper security steps to ensure their information is secured and that’s where SSL/TLS
certificates come in.
“Could you imagine not having encryption? Allowing any and all to gain access to your information, privacy, accounts, etc..?”
Mobile data synchronization technology designed by Microsoft. Securing this is important because it relays all information that gets transmitted to wireless devices such as iPads, Cellphones, Tablets and much more.
Carries all kinds of important information that, if compromised, would give an attacker all sorts of access to the network like their usernames and passwords.
Emails need to be encrypted to and from the exchange server.
If this is compromised a user would have full access to their email, calendar, and contacts along with other business critical information.
Outlook Anywhere allows you to use Outlook to connect to your Exchange server from remote locations without first connecting to the VPN.
Unified Communication Certificate (UCC) also known as Subject Alternative Name (SAN) functionality offers a cost-effective, versatile option to provide SSL/TLS-secured communications for servers using multiple domain names and hostnames—within a single SSL/TLS certificate.
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