Microsoft Partner? Interested in Exchange 2010? Julian Datta, a.k.a the Silent Assassin, and Tony Cocks, of Stuff-o-Rama fame, are part of the Unified Communications Team here at Microsoft UK, and are delivering a 3-part Live Meeting Overview on Exchange 2010, specifically aimed at Partners. Along with the core capabilities, they’ll also be touching on Microsoft Online Services, and other UC related topics. So, what are the sessions about?
Live Series Part 1 - Microsoft Exchange 2010 - Protection and Compliance
14 December 2009 16:00-17:00 GMT
Exchange 2010 delivers new, integrated e-mail archiving and retention functionality, including granular multi-mailbox search and immediate legal hold. Exchange 2010 helps you to better protect your company’s communications and e-mail through centrally managed information control capabilities. This includes the ability to intercept, moderate, encrypt and block e-mail more effectively. Together, this functionality provides you with a flexible range of protection and control options, whether you want to automatically enforce controls or empower users to implement their own data protection.
Live Series Part 2 - Microsoft Exchange 2010 - Flexible and Reliable
15 December 2009 15:30-16:30 GMT
The pressure to optimize your IT infrastructure to respond to changing business conditions demands agility and that means investing in solutions that provide you and your organization choice. Exchange Server 2010 gives you the flexibility to tailor your deployment based on your organization's unique needs and a simplified way to help keep e-mail continuously available for your users
Live Series Part 3- Microsoft Exchange 2010 - Anywhere Access
16 December 2009 16:00-17:00
Enhancements in Exchange 2010 helps users get more done by helping them to access all of their communications - e-mail, voice mail, instant messaging—from virtually any platform, Web-browser, or device through industry standard protocols. Managing the flow of information into and out of an individual’s inbox daily can create overload and affect productivity and profitability. In response to this challenge, Exchange 2010 adds new productivity features that can help users more easily organize and effectively prioritize their communications.