Microsoft Ignite 2018 ended a few weeks ago, and what a great event it was. It was great to see so many of our customers, partners and friends there – thank you for coming to our sessions, thank you for coming to the booth, thank you for hanging out with us whenever the opportunity arose and thank you for giving us great feedback on what we’re doing. We’re still recovering but we heard you and are focused on doing a better job because of it.
All of the sessions were recorded this year, and so here’s a handy reference to all the sessions in the Exchange and Outlook track, and some others we think you’ll find interesting, so you can refer back here whenever you want to find one.
You will need an account in Tech Community to access them, but that’s something you should have anyway.
So here’s a long list of sessions, in no particular order but grouped by technology as much as possible.
- Welcome to Exchange 2019!
- Panel discussion: Microsoft Exchange/Calendar/OWA
- Hybrid Exchange – Making it easier and faster to move to the cloud
- Scott Schnoll's Exchange and Office 365 Tips & Tricks
- Securing Exchange Online from Modern Threats
- So long and thanks for all the (email) phish
- Email Search in a Flash! Accelerating Exchange 2019 with SSDs
- Turbo charge your Exchange on-premises and Hybrid environment – Notes from the field
- How to add MFA to your Exchange On-Prem/Online mailboxes in 20 minutes or less
- Preparing to Move (or remove) Those Public Folders to the Cloud
- Why do we need to keep an Exchange Server on-premises when we move to the cloud?
- Making the best of the cloud: How Exchange Online is different from Exchange on-premises
- Azure Information Protection and Exchange Online - better together
- Securing your Office 365 environment from advanced phishing campaigns with Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection
- Deep dive into what’s new and coming soon to Outlook for Windows and Mac
- Outlook mobile in the Enterprise
- Deploying Outlook mobile securely in the enterprise
- What's Amazing and New in Calendaring in Outlook!
- Outlook on the web - What's new and why you should care!
- The Best (Outlook driven) Day of Your Life
- Success through people with LinkedIn and Microsoft 365
- What's New in groups in Outlook
- Panel discussion: Microsoft Outlook (Windows, Mac, and Mobile)
- Let the intelligence built into Outlook help you to make time for what really matters
- Simple room booking in Outlook using new built-in Intelligence
- The Power of People in Outlook
- Security made real with Outlook mobile in-app experiences
- Outlook on the web: Don’t block your users, restrict them with conditional access/limited access!
- Adaptive Cards in Teams, Windows, Outlook and your own applications
- Create engaging, powerful new business processes in Microsoft Outlook with Adaptive Cards
- Notes from the field: how we moved a large global bank to Office 365
- Office 365 – Marriages, Divorces and Adoptions
- Getting stuff done: Solving Office 365 problems with PowerShell
- How to be an author and write about Office 365
- Real-world best practices for managing Office 365 groups
- Embrace Office 365 Groups: What's new and how to get started
- Office 365 Groups automation inside-out
- Delivering Office 365 as an evergreen service: What to do, and more importantly, what not to do
- Understanding how Microsoft Information Protection capabilities work together to protect sensitive information across devices, apps, and services
- Secure enterprise productivity with Office 365 threat protection services including EOP, ATP, and Threat Intelligence
- Strategies for building effective, optimal and future proof connectivity to Office 365 that will delight your users
- Implementing a modern network architecture to get the most out of Office 365
- Addressing global data residency needs with Multi-Geo in Office 365
- Ross Smith IV & Greg Taylor on theCUBE
- Scott Schnoll & Jeff Mealiffe on theCUBE
- Ross Smith IV on Channel 9 talking about Outlook mobile
- Greg Taylor on Channel 9 talking about Exchange Server 2019
- Greg Taylor, Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux – Office 365 Exposed talking about random stuff
It’s possible we missed a session you think we should have included (there were 750 or more after all), if so, add it to the comments section so people can find it. Thanks!
And see you next year for more of the same. Microsoft Ignite 2019 here we come!
Director of Product Marketing
Exchange Server and Online