Sunday, April 18, 2010

Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Best Practices for Deployments and Upgrades

David Elfassy and I are presenting a pre-conference session at TechEd 2010 in New Orleans this year. Hope to see some of my blog readers there!
A stable and well defined deployment strategy will provide a problem-free implementation of Exchange Server 2010. Administrators can have peace of mind when managing e-mail systems and can therefore go deeper; and explore the new features provided with this latest version of Microsoft′s premiere messaging solution.

Written and presented by co-authors of the book "Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2010", this pre-conference seminar brings years of Exchange Server deployment expertise to Tech⋅Ed attendees. This 300-350 level seminar focuses on the deployment technologies and best practices for deploying Exchange Server 2010. Content and demonstrations concentrate on the following Exchange server technologies:

• Continuous Availability and Site Resilience for Mailbox servers
• Deploying and configuring Client Access Arrays
• Implementing redundancy for message routing
• Best practices for upgrading an organization to Exchange Server 2010

Walk away from this seminar with the tools necessary to implement a new Exchange deployment, upgrade your existing messaging environment or stabilize your existing deployment. This seminar is designed for IT professionals who manage messaging environments and consultants who deploy messaging solutions.


At 11:13 AM, Blogger tinyski said...

Jim, not going to be able to attend this year where can I get a copy of your seminar?



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