Ignite Webcast – Exchange eDiscovery
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Microsoft would like to extend to you an official invitation to the

Exchange, Office & Office 365 Ignite Webcast for April 25th:

 

Ignite Webcast – Exchange eDiscovery

What: Join us for a presentation covering Exchange Server 2013’s eDiscovery advancements and capabilities. We will cover topics explaining how you can retain, protect, and explore an endless amount of data stored not only within Exchange Server 2013, but also Lync 2013 and SharePoint 2013. In addition, we will touch on Exchange Server 2013’s new Data Loss Protection feature-set to help you prevent sensitive information from ever leaving your Exchange organization.

When: April 25th at 10:00 AM (Pacific Time)

Who: Brian Day – Senior Program Manager from the Microsoft Exchange Customer Adoption Team.


Webcast Blog Link

Ignite Webcasts are online technical sessions led by Microsoft Office 365 Product Managers, Engineers and Support Staff. You can view all Ignite Webcast sessions here and upcoming sessions here. Ignite Webcasts will provide customers and partners with in-depth technical training for the NEW Exchange, Office and Office 365, launching in 2013. Topics of the training range from new capabilities, design, deployment and management considerations for these technologies. During the event, you will also have the opportunity to interact and learn from your industry peers and representatives from Microsoft.

  • There is no charge for this event and it is public and open to all.
  • For further details regarding this event and other Ignite Webcast, please visit the Ignite Site.
  • The webcast recording and materials will be available on the Webcast blog post later in the week.

Make sure to add the webcast events to your calendar today!

We look forward to having you participate in this exciting event! If you have questions regarding this Ignite Webcast, or would like to volunteer for an upcoming Webcast session, please contact Josh Topal.

Thank you,
The Ignite Team.