Wednesday, March 14, 2007

CWL flaunts Microsoft Exchange-07

Computer Warehouse Limited (CWL), recently flaunted the latest in stock from Microsoft Exchange 2007 at a Microsoft mini exhibition in Lagos.

CWL, which is a subsidiary of Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) is a Certified Microsoft Gold partner.

Corporate Affairs and Marketing Manager at CWG, Ms Moronike Popoola, in a press statement made available to Champion Infotel said that CWL now has in stock; the revolutionary products from Microsoft including Windows Vista, Microsoft office 2007 and Exchange 2007.

She also said that Microsoft Exchange 2007, for instance, comes with all the functionalities, differences and new features from its predecessor and could be demonstrated experts from CWL.

“Our experts are on hand to respond to any query or intrigues,” she said, stressing that the Exchange 2007 is a fully revolutionized messaging application.

She explained that what used to be offered in a single Exchange 2003 product is now spread through a series of roles-based servers.

“The new modular architecture further reduces the load from client connections and allows for better scalability and failover reliability,” she said, adding that the roles also simplify deployment and improve administration options.

As said by her, most server roles are optional, with the exception of Client Access, which operates as the middle tier for other server roles, especially for Exchange mailbox servers.

“Out of the box, Exchange 2007 arrives with many new filtering features, far surpassing Exchange 2003 and major competitive messaging servers. Some key new filter features are open proxy validation, IP-based safe lists and admin quarantines,” Ms Popoola said.

Those who manage businesses, she said, would find e-mail, electronic calendars and other forms of messaging even easier to use with Exchange Server 2007.

She emphasized that to effectively address security concerns, Exchange 2007 has been designed to work to protect a company from potential external threats, while allowing employees to work from virtually any device, anywhere in the world.

“For business users and government employees, the new Office experience will increase productivity and be more enjoyable,” she said.

Equally speaking, Mrs. Yosola Abiodun-Adigun, said that CWL is geared towards adding value around Microsoft solutions with special focus on the deployment of Microsoft Exchange 2007.

“We are already working closely with some of our key customers to assist with their MS Exchange migration to the 2007 version” she said.

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