Tuesday 21 August 2012

Going to attend the Microsoft Exchange Conference in Orlando

As part of our need to develop our skill set on the various products we will be configuring for our clients going forward we are starting with the one that can be the most challenging: Exchange


We will spend time on Exchange 15 (2013) learning how to install and configure the product. We will also be able to spend time with Exchange 2010 and its configuration.

We will also be looking to explore the built-in Exchange high availability features and their configuration. Multi-site Exchange configurations can be an important offering for a larger client with multiple sites looking to provide e-mail resiliency.

In the end, it is time to put some time and money on the line to gain skills.

Doing this is very important for both our company but also our clients.

When discussing the "Why" a prospective client should be dealing with us having a repertoire of training and certification demonstrates very clearly to them that we are serious about the solutions we deliver.

Philip Elder
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

*Our original iMac was stolen (previous blog post). We now have a new MacBook Pro courtesy of Vlad Mazek, owner of OWN.

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1 comment:

claire said...

We're sending a bunch of people as well, both to learn more about Exchange 2013 and to get feedback on our Exchange iPhone app. It seems like there's a nice amount of enthusiasm among the Exchange community, and some of the sessions look fantastic--though the organizers certainly took their time publishing event details!