Online Travel Company Empowers Remote Workers with Messaging Solution

As Expedia’s early rapid growth stabilized, the online travel company’s IT department sought ways to help employees become more productive and collaborate more effectively across long distances. Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 was deployed and integrated with Microsoft Windows® SharePoint® Services. Discover how Expedia benefits by enabling remote users to access network documents, and more.
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