Last week was Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Chicago. There were many product announcements made and over 670 sessions delivered!
I’ve made a list of some of the most popular sessions relating to Exchange Online, Exchange on-premises, and Office 365 which you’ll find below.
Exchange Online / Exchange Online Protection
- First look at Advanced Threat Protection in Office 365 to Stop Unknown Malware and Phishing Attacks
- Exchange Online Protection, Mailflow, and Encryption: Notes from the Field
- Behind the Curtain: Running Exchange Online
- Using Connectors & Mail Routing in Office 365
- Mail Flow and Transport Deep Dive
- Tame Your Inbox: Clutter in Office 365
- Deep Dive into How Microsoft Handles Spam and Advanced Email Threats
- Advanced Exchange Hybrid Topologies
- Exchange Hybrid: Make Office 365 Work for You
- Meet Exchange Server 2016
- Deploying Exchange Server 2016
- Automating Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Configuration with PowerShell Desired State Configuration
- Exchange Server Preferred Architecture
- Servicing Microsoft Exchange Server: Update Your Knowledge
- Shut the Front Door! Securing your Messaging Environment
- Tools and Techniques for Exchange Performance Troubleshooting
- Next generation Office 365 Controls, Extensibility and Team Productivity
- Ten Ways to Secure Your Office 365 Tenants
- Meet Office 365 Compliance Center: Your One Stop Shop for Everything Compliance
- Identity Management Is Easy in Office 365
- Office 365 Security and Control
- Your Encryption Controls in Office 365: Across Devices and Platforms
- The New Knowledge Management Portal in Office 365
- Optimizing and Troubleshooting Your Performance with the Microsoft Cloud
- Office 365 Administration Best Practices
- The Power of the Shell: Advanced Administration of Office 365 with Windows PowerShell
- Microsoft Office 365 Groups Deep Dive
If you are looking for a way to mass download sessions, there is a great PowerShell script that you can use, Channel9 Session Downloader.
I was tipped on to this script by Rhoderick Milne who writes a great Exchange TechNet blog, 250 Hello.
The complete list of on demand sessions can be found over at Ignite on Demand. Enjoy the sessions!