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Webcast To host or not to host: cloud is the question. With the recent release of Exchange 2013 and Wave 15 of Office 365, you probably have a choice to make in the near future, particularly if you're one of the huge number who also use Exchange for messaging.

Do you migrate to the newest version of Exchange, migrate to the cloud and Exchange Online, or do both? What exactly are the differences between hosted and on-premise Exchange?

Join us live on September 10 at 14:00 BST to find out.

Whatever your decision, you know that bad choices when you are migrating your email platform can be career-threatening - and not just for the IT department. A migration project is not something to jump into without preparation, and knowing exactly what effect it will have on your business.

Chad Lindley, product manager of migration solutions at Dell Software, who does this sort of thing for fun, will be sharing his experience. He will guide you through the choices to take, how to prepare, how to migrate safely, and how to manage your new Exchange platform. Tony Lock of Freeform Dynamics will be sharing research which shows what works and doesn't work for other Reg readers. The Reg's Tim Phillips will make sure they answer your questions. You can register for this free event here. ®

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