Exchange Server 14 Ignite Workshops (Dallas and Orlando, April 2009)


In a time when your organization requires its communication tools to be adaptable and cost effective, Microsoft Exchange Server 14 helps you achieve new levels of reliability and performance by delivering features that simplify your administration, protect your communications, and delight your users by meeting their demands for greater business mobility. Microsoft Exchange, the cornerstone of Microsoft’s unified communication solution, has long been the choice of organizations like yours to enable rich and productive collaboration among its users. With the latest release of Exchange, you are assured of the widest range of deployment options, the richest user experience, and integrated information leakage protection and compliance capabilities which combine to form the best messaging and collaboration solution available.


The Microsoft Exchange 14 Ignite workshop is a training workshop for customers who are proactively looking to stay ahead of the market by delivering and using a highly reliable unified communications solution. The Exchange 14 Ignite workshop is a 4 day workshop will cover a wide variety of topics and hands-on labs ranging from architecture, setup, deployment, tools, migration, security, transport, unified messaging, governance, archiving, storage to high availability. The workshop will also cover Exchange 2007 online content and labs.


This is an invite-only event. However, in the interest of catering to a larger audience, we have opened registrations to the US events (only US events). The event in Dallas, Texas will run from April 7th to 10th. The event in Orlando, Florida will run from April 14th to 17th. If you are interested in attending either event, please contact svpurush@microsoft.com.


-- SV Purushothaman

Comments (10)
  1. Petri says:

    And there are good reason to not bring that our from US? Even not using the online connections?

    Is there any hope to get records available?

  2. MaximumExchange.ru says:

    I subscribe to Petri’s opinion & question.

  3. Couldn´t agree more

  4. I have to agree! Any change of having the sessions made available at least?

  5. JC says:

    Also, wouldnt it make more sense to have these in i dont know, places where people actiually live? dallas and orlando arent exactly our largest citiies.

  6. bday says:

    I still wish Boston was one of them. A nice big airport for inner-US and international folks to get to with plenty of hotels, night life, brand new conference centers, and its a walking city so no need for renting transportation.

  7. daniel says:

    Please strive to provide notice farther in advance, for any upcoming Exchange 14 workshops. I’m sure many readers will miss this event not for lack of interest or funding, but because of the inability to take time out of the office without better planning.

  8. adam says:

    Or at least at Microsoft HQ in Seattle would be nice.

  9. old stuff ;-) says:

    I participated in the same workshop for key partners in Germany some weeks ago. ;-) Starting April 15th every subsidiary should be able to deliver the training. You should ask your local Microsoft SMS&P or EPG organization for the dates.

  10. DavideB says:

    When an European date?

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