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!
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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.

1 Comments:

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?

v/r
john

jstrongo@sdccd.edu

 

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