The Complete Guide to Eradicating PST Files

PST files were designed in the 1990’s. The file format was created to deliver additional storage in Exchange, enabling users to save files locally, reducing the load on the Exchange servers and network. PSTs are no longer necessary today, they are also outdated, hard to control or centralize, and vulnerable to corruption – the Sony hack in 2014 was all down to PSTs!   

Unfortunately, these files still exist in organizations. Simply put, it’s time to eradicate PSTs.

This eBook will discuss the problems with PSTs, the challenges in eliminating PSTs, and the tools available to do this.

Read this eBook to find out:

  • How PSTs are used in a Microsoft Exchange environment.
  • Some of the practical and operational difficulties that are encountered.
  • How the data contained in PSTs can be migrated to Microsoft Office 365.

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