In December 2017, we wrote an article on our blog informing that CodeTwo Office 365 Migration had been included in Gartner’s report on cloud migration tools. This filled us with pride and reassured us that our product is one of the leading Office 365 migration tools on the market. However, that didn’t stop us from going the extra mile and improving our program even further. And now we are pleased to announce that CodeTwo has once again been named as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s 2019 Market Guide for Cloud Office Migration Tools*.
Our CodeTwo Exchange Rules family of products has been expanded with a new solution designed for Exchange Server 2019 – CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2019. The program allows you design and deploy email signatures and disclaimers centrally, for each user or group of users in your organization. Plus, it comes with a ton of features that significantly enhance the handling of signatures in an Exchange organization.
In the era of security regulations such as GDPR, companies are putting a great effort into making email protection technologies more widely available. Lately, Microsoft has introduced significant changes to Office 365, helping users to safeguard their messages in a quicker and easier way. As people send more and more protected emails on a daily basis, some of you might be wondering: How this works with CodeTwo software?
Starting October 31, 2018, the support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 and 1.1 is discontinued in Office 365. This means that TLS 1.0 and 1.1 will still work, but Microsoft will not provide support in case of connection/compatibility issues.
For this reason, we have updated all our software that connects to or otherwise interacts with Office 365. To avoid possible issues in the future, we recommend that you update your software to the latest version. Continue reading ‘CodeTwo products with TLS 1.2 support released’
CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro is a powerful and user-friendly tool for Exchange organizations. It was designed to help admins with their everyday tasks related to email flow control and signature management. The role-based access to certain rules and features of the program makes it also possible to delegate specific tasks to different departments or employees, such as marketing, information security officer, data protection officer, etc. That way, the program can also be used to run marketing campaigns or ensure compliance with the company’s procedures and legal regulations.
Let’s have a look at how a typical day might look like at a company where CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro is deployed.
J. Peter Bruzzese strikes again (for the fourth time, actually) with his easy-to-read book on a subject that can give quite a hard time to the admins – migration to Office 365. And once again, CodeTwo provides its support for this worthy endeavor.
What’s the name of the biggest conference that Microsoft holds for its partner community? Ever since last year, it’s Microsoft Inspire, but you may also know it by a different name, used between 2003 and 2016: Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). And yes, CodeTwo will be there, too!
When our Eagles, as we call our football team, were leaving the World Cup in Russia, another Eagle went into our hands – the one which has been awarded to CodeTwo by “Wprost”, one of the most widely read weekly news magazines in Poland. The “Wprost Eagle 2018” award (Polish: Orzeł Wprost 2018) is presented to the companies, authorities and notable personalities from a given region in recognition of their overall outstanding performance and success. Among the awarded were companies such as Volkswagen, Toyota, AmRest, Deichmann, and KGHM.