Is your E2K7 project in danger of being scrapped?

I’m guessing that over the next few months IT managers are going to be pushing their IT staff really hard to justify any IT spend.  ..and projects to upgrade to Exchange Server 2007 are not going to be immune. Clearly to have any chance of getting the go ahead for your deployment of Exchange Server 2007 you are going to need to be able to demonstrate significant advantages of its deployment and that’s going to centre around saving cash…  (incidentally it’s no surprise that 3 out of the top 5 ‘Top Ten Reasons to Upgrade to Exchange Server 2007’ are based on saving money.)

So I thought I’d put together a few blogs about areas where you can prove that deploying Exchange Server 2007 will lead to saving your boss’ money.  I’m going to start with one of the more obvious ones – Fewer Servers supporting More Mailboxes

The first blog to follow next week - have a few days off at the beginning of next week and won’t be blogging…

Comments (2)
  1. Josh Maher says:

    Interesting topic… I’d be curious how many folks are seeing the crunch. I have seen a couple companies, but not many, that have delayed Exchange 2007 deployments.

  2. I’d like to hear from anyone that has come across this..  I’ve spoken to a couple who have had to work a lot harder to get their projects approved since managers were trimming budgets…

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