Binary Tree's E2E Wins Best of Connections Award
The Best Exchange/Unified Communications product in the "2011 Best of Connections Awards" is Binary Tree’s E2E Complete software. An announcement in this regard has been made by a top provider of software solutions for migrating to Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint, Binary Tree. The Best of Connection Awards were presented by Penton Media’s Windows IT Pro, SQL Server Magazine, DevProConnections and SharePoint Pro.
In a release, B. K. Winstead who is a Senior Associate Editor of Windows IT Pro, said, "Moving a Microsoft Exchange Server organization is a nightmare for many admins, but a tool like Binary Tree E2E Complete can help soothe those bad dreams. E2E gives you a simple GUI to perform migrations from legacy Exchange versions to Exchange 2010 or Office 365."
According to Winstead, apart from scheduling moves, migration time can be estimated with the tool. Big migrations can be therefore better planned by organizations. The tool can be used to automate notification messages. End users can be also alerted of upcoming moves through a template email which can include a web link to a portal. Users can therefore change their move schedule and add additional notifications.
Winstead said, "E2E can handle cross-forest migrations, and the speed is exceptional, generally limited only by other business demands."
Companies are recognized by the Best of Connections awards based on their innovation, strategic importance to the market, competitive advantage and exceptional value to customers. More than 60 products were nominated in six categories. In each category, three products were selected as finalist before declaring the winners. The winners in each category were determined by conducting interviews at the DevConnections 2011 conference. The conference was held in Las Vegas, Nevada from November 1-3. On Thursday, November 3 at 2 pm, the winners were announced live from the DevConnections 2011 exhibitor's floor.
Enterprise messaging users and applications are helped to migrate to on-premises and cloud-based versions of the Microsoft platform by Binary Tree. Since 1993, more than 5,000 customers around the world have been helped by Binary Tree and its business partners to migrate over 20,000,000 email users. Binary Tree has its headquarters in the New York metropolitan area.
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Edited by Rich Steeves