Submitted by davidquaid on Tue, 12/06/2016 - 21:40
Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is based on two server roles: Mailbox and Edge Transport. Mailbox servers host the mailbox databases that store emails for the users. They also process and route email within the organization and proxy client connections to the mailbox server that currently hosts the active database for the user. Edge Transport servers are located in the network DMZ where they route inbound and outbound email with external networks.
Submitted by davidquaid on Fri, 08/12/2016 - 16:55
Email is an essential business enabler in most organizations. Emails are also considered as legal transactions just like any other document created and circulated by a company. It is therefore important to secure and protect Exchange Server infrastructure from security threats.
Submitted by davidquaid on Fri, 07/08/2016 - 18:56
Estamos encantados de anunciar el lanzamiento en mayo del 2016 la versión v18.104.22.168 del sistema operativo KEMP LoadMaster (OVM ™). Esta versión incorpora una serie de nuevas características para la integración de la nube, la seguridad y la implementación simplificada. Algunos puntos clave incluyen:
There are various techniques available to deliver resilience and improve response times for back-end servers. Load balancers distribute requests across a server pool using intelligent algorithms. As they do not require the servers to share resources, they tend to be quite easy to set up.