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TechNet Webcast: Introducing Exchange Server 2010 Presented by: Rand Morimoto In a time when your organization requires its communication tools to be cost-effective and flexible, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 enables you to achieve new levels of reliability and performance by delivering features that can simplify your administration, help protect your communications, and delight your users by meeting their demands for great business productivity. In this webcast we introduce you to Exchange Server 2010, as well as highlight and demonstrate key investments made in this latest release.
TechNet Webcast: Discover the New OWA: Outlook Web App Presented by: Gary Danoys The new Outlook Web App provides the most robust Web experience for accessing your Microsoft Exchange Server. With OWA 2010 users will get even more ways to communicate from the Web. From the new OWA IM and SMS Sync features to the incredible changes to the conversation view; new communications types and presentation methods abound to make users more productive. New features like MailTips, Side-by-side calendars, Delegate access, Delivery reports, and more are demonstrated. The new Exchange Control Panel (ECP) also makes end-user self-service features greatly enhanced meaning users can more easily manage their own issues. This webcasts focuses on the new end-user functions available in OWA 2010 as well as walks through the configuration of IM with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 and helping IT pros troubleshoot common configuration errors in setting up OWA IM.
TechNet Webcast: Upgrade and Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007 and 2003 Presented by: Harold Wong Walk through the process for introducing Exchange 2010 servers into an Exchange 2003/2007 organization. Learn the pre-requisites, steps required, and the impact to client access for MAPI, Outlook Anywhere, OWA, ActiveSync, and POP/IMAP clients after the upgrade has occurred.
TechNet Webcast: Information Protection and Control in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Presented by: Michael Smith Worried about employees accidentally leaking valuable corporate e-mail? This webcast introduces new methods of information protection and control powered by Exchange Server 2010, including new transport rule for moderation, dynamic signatures and application of rights management. A discussion of the use of Active Directory Rights Management Service in parallel with Exchange is included, as well as an introduction to how these new features can be applied to real-world messaging control scenarios.
TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2010 High Availability Presented by: Devin L. Ganger Welcome to the future! The future of Exchange high availability, that is. In this webcast we reveal the changes and improvements to the built-in high availability platform in Exchange Server 2010. Exchange 2010 includes a unified solution for high availability and disaster recovery that is quick to deploy and easy to manage. Learn about all of the new features in Exchange 2010 that make it the most resilient, highly available version of Exchange ever.
TechNet Webcast: Getting the Most out of Exchange Server 2010: Performance and Scalability Presented by: John Fullbright Selecting the right server hardware for an Exchange 2010 deployment becomes much easier when you know the product team's scalability and performance guidelines. This webcast provides a look at the product team's guidance for the processor and memory requirements of each server role in Exchange 2010. A number of key performance enhancements from this release are discussed, and you also learn about how to use related tools like the Exchange Storage Calculator, Exchange Profile Analyzer, Loadgen, and Jetstress to take the guesswork out of server sizing.
TechNet Webcast: Deploying and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Transport Servers Presented by: David Elfassy The transport server role in Exchange 2010 provides some exciting new management functionality to make mail flow issues easier to monitor and diagnose. This webcast shows you how you can best leverage this functionality including Direct Deliver, Shadow Redundancy, and transport SLA measurement and reporting. Learn how to plan for the most efficient transition -- whether you're moving from Exchange 2003 or 2007.
TechNet Webcast: Addressing E-mail Archiving and Retention Presented by: Kamal Janardhan As e-mail volume continues to grow, we recognize your user's desire for an infinite inbox and the IT Admin's goal to be able to preserve and discover these mailboxes in a cost-effective manner. To help address these needs, Exchange Server 2010 introduces integrated archiving along with message retention and multi-mailbox discovery capabilities. This webcast offers a technical deep dive and some demonstrations of the user and IT Pro archiving experience in Outlook and Outlook Web App, as well as Exchange Management Console and PowerShell. The session also highlights the message retention capabilities through Move and Delete Policies in Outlook, OWA and PowerShell, Hold Po
licy to preserve data for recovery in legal or accidental deletion scenarios, and e-Discovery with multi-mailbox search in the Exchange Control Panel.
TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2010 Management and Operations Presented by: Oliver Moazzezi Exchange Server 2010 includes new capabilities that make the operation of your Exchange environment more efficient. Learn how we've made the Exchange Management Console more powerful, extended the reach of PowerShell, made it easier to delegate management tasks, and built Web-based tools to make the job of managing Exchange easier than ever.