My first blog on my new blog here on blogs.technet.com. And what an amazing time to start working for Microsoft. Joining the company as a Technology Advisor – Unified Communications just two weeks ago, it’s been a pleasure to see Exchange 2010 has reached it’s “I’m ready” state 🙂
More information can be found here: Exchange 2010 is Code Complete and on its way to General Availability
And there is a lot more coming, Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2, and much much more. So I hope you can join me in Berlin, for Tech Ed Europe, where I will dive into two amazing features of Exchange 2010: Information Protection and Control and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Here are the session abstracts:
UNC306 Information Protection and Control in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
Wed 11/11 | 10:45-12:00
Worried about employees accidentally leaking valuable corporate e-mail? This session introduces new methods of information protection and control powered by Exchange Server 2010, including new transport rule for moderation, dynamic signatures and application of rights management. A discussion of the use of Active Directory Rights Management Service in parallel with Exchange is included, as well as an introduction to how these new features can be applied to real-world messaging control scenarios.
UNC316 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Management and Operations
Thu 11/12 | 17:00-18:15
Exchange Server 2010 includes new capabilities that make the operation of your Exchange environment more efficient. Come and learn how we’ve made the Exchange Management Console more powerful, extended the reach of PowerShell, made it easier to delegate management tasks, and built Web-based tools to make the job of managing Exchange easier than ever.