eWeek: Exchange 2000: Proof of DOJ's point?Jun 12, 2000, 18:16 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Henry Baltazar)
"Exchange 2000 is a conglomeration of Microsoft Corp. technologies, which makes it impossible to implement as a stand-alone application. This also makes it an example of one of the practices that has landed Microsoft in the legal hotseat."
"Exchange 2000's greatest strengths -- centralized management and simplified security -- come from the groupware platform's incestuously tight integration with Windows 2000 Active Directory."
"But legal wrangling aside, for organizations that are moving or have moved to Windows 2000 and Active Directory, Exchange 2000 is a very good thing--a robust, scalable messaging platform that will evolve with changing business needs. For others, Exchange 2000 is a very good thing only if they pick up and move to the Windows 2000 platform."