Exchange 2013 provides the ability to use either Office Web Apps Server, or WebReady Document Viewing. You’ll get the best document fidelity if you use Office Web Apps Server and arguably better security. If you’re implementing SharePoint and Lync 2013 alongside Exchange 2013 then it’s a no brainer – but if you aren’t, what are your options?
In my article Does your enterprise need Office Web Apps Server 2013 over on SearchExchange I discuss the pros and cons of either approach.
I also use the article as an opportunity to mention EMET, which my friend Warwick (who occasionally blogs) bends my ear about every time we chat. One day I’ll actually spend some time getting know EMET a bit better, but I’ll leave that for another day…
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