Day: October 26, 2018
We’re pleased to announce the final build of Exchange Server 2019 is now available and can be downloaded from the Volume Licensing Service Center. Exchange Server 2019 is designed to deliver security, performance and improved administration and management capabilities; attributes our largest on-premises customers expect from Exchange. If you haven’t yet seen the session delivered at Microsoft Ignite 2018 we suggest you watch the video and download the slides here. During that session we talked for the first time about how the code paths between on-premises and online have separated, and the impact to on-premises customers – in short, less code churn and more stability. Here is a selection of other key features in Exchange Server 2019: Microsoft Exchange and Sharepoint 2019 in the same week go Microsoft.
October 26, 2018Today we’re excited to announce general availability of both SharePoint Server 2019 and Project Server 2019. As we developed SharePoint Server 2019, we paid close attention to trends in team collaboration, user experiences across devices, and how the cloud can be blended into existing on-premises scenarios in new and compelling ways. SharePoint Server 2019 represents a whole new generation of SharePoint, one born in the cloud, and representative of the ease of use we delivered in SharePoint Online. SharePoint Server 2019 was built on the same core platform as SharePoint Server 2016, providing the scale and performance you’ve come to expect in addition to new, modern experiences for users, that are both intuitive and familiar. Microsoft I know many companies still run Sharepoint Onsite despite office 365 glad they made so many improvements.