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Experience a Private Instance of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Using AWS Test Drive from Apparatus
Date:11/12/2013

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) November 12, 2013

The Test Drive will enable participants to easily launch their own private instance of Exchange Server on AWS, in a high availability configuration across multiple datacenters. In less than 30 minutes, participants will be sending and receiving mail, at no cost for up to 3 hours. The Test Drive helps participants realize the increased efficiency and high availability that Microsoft Exchange Server provides when hosted on AWS, all backed by Apparatus managed services.

“We are excited to bring Exchange 2013 to AWS and be part of the initial launch of the Microsoft Test Drive program from AWS,” said Ben Frame, CTO, Apparatus. “The program combines three world-class technology offerings – Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, Apparatus Kore Managed IT Solutions™, and Amazon Web Services – which make this really exciting.” Participants interested in trying it now for free should visit http://www.apparatus.net/testdrive.

Exchange 2013 hosted on AWS brings together the feature set of Microsoft Exchange coupled with the scalability, cost appeal and programmable infrastructure capabilities that AWS provides. The Test Drive invites participants to discover how their organization can benefit from the flexibility and security of a dedicated Exchange environment, combined with the power and efficiency of the global Infrastructure-as-a-Service capabilities delivered by AWS.

Email remains a mission-critical function for organizations of all sizes. Organizations now demand the enterprise class features that Exchange 2013 offers coupled with the expectation that the environment will be highly available and cost-effective. With Exchange 2013 on AWS, companies can leverage the new security, mobility and compliance features of Exchange 2013, and enjoy the global Infrastructure-as-a-Service capa
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