SOURCE: Perimeter E-Security

Perimeter E-Security

April 16, 2012 09:00 ET

Perimeter E-Security to Host Webinar on Four Burning Questions on Moving to Exchange 2010

To Highlight Best Practices for a Quick, Safe and Affordable Migration to Exchange 2010 in the Cloud

MILFORD, CT--(Marketwire - Apr 16, 2012) - Perimeter E-Security, the leading provider of security as a service (SaaS) solutions, will host a webinar this week that focuses on four things every organization needs to know about migrating to Exchange 2010. The session will also outline how USA.NET, a Perimeter E-Security company, can help organizations successfully migrate to Exchange 2010 in the cloud quickly and affordably, while minimizing risks associated with traditional migration methods.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET

This webinar will address four burning questions around migrating to Exchange 2010 in the cloud, including:

  • What vendor end-of-support timelines for several major aging email platforms mean to you?
  • What business benefits will your users experience by moving to Exchange 2010 in the cloud?
  • Which migration approach -- "big-bang" or phased migration -- is right for you?
  • How should you budget for personnel, hardware and other capital expenditures?

Andrew Jaquith, former Forrester analyst and chief technology officer at Perimeter E-Security

To participate in this webinar, please register here. Questions for the presenter may be submitted online during the live event. Questions may also be submitted on Twitter via the @PerimeterNews handle using the hashtag #Migration2010.

About Perimeter E-Security
Perimeter E-Security delivers secure infrastructure from the cloud that businesses of all sizes rely on. Our advanced technology, expert intelligence and superior scale make our clients' information more secure, more highly available, compliant with regulations and less costly to manage. By using our solutions, our customers can focus on their core businesses and take advantage of new opportunities. Our growing customer base includes 6,000 organizations in the financial services, retail, healthcare, energy, critical infrastructure and manufacturing sectors. For more information, visit