I am looking to replace our SBS2003 server. I see that MS no longer produce a similar product that includes exchange.
There is a head office with 6 staff(PCs) and 3 or 4 people work remotely either permanently or occasionally.
At head office we have a network printer and staff use MS Office including Outlook/Exchange.
The staff at head office also use Sage and sometimes more than one user is logged in symultanously.
Generally staff store standard office docs on the network drives but the MD needs to be able to access CAD files from anywhere
I am looking at possibly Office 365 which I believe includes hosted exchange functionality.
The printers could be installed locally on each PC at head office if need be.
I am unsure what to do with this Sage file and the other general office files. I presume office 365 stores all files related to that but I dont think I can put the Sage DB on there can I. Where do I put it so that it is accesible by all.
I have just spent 2 hours with Rackspace who said yes it can be done to be told right at the end that I might need to develop an app to get it working !!!?!
You really want a hybrid solution. An on-premises server for files including your sage dB. Windows server 2012 essentials would be ideal for this with the number of users you are talking about. And then
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