TechNet will be hosting a series of sessions where we will be covering the new functionality of Windows Server “Longhorn” and Exchange Server 2007.
Part 1, 60 mins: Exchange Server 2007 Overview and Deployment
Get ready for the most business focused release of Exchange Server to date. This release brings excellent new features such as Records Compliance, integrated Unified Communications, improved mobility support and a scalable architecture to suit the largest businesses. This sessions shows how each of these areas work and provides guidance in configuration, integration and deployment.
Part 2, 60 mins: Windows Server “Longhorn”: Getting ready for NAP
With the push towards mobile work environments IT Administrators face the daily risk of notebook PC’s infecting other machines in corporate network after they have potentially been used in uncontrolled environments like home networks and wireless hotspots. Network Access Protection in Longhorn Server will provide quarantine services designed to ensure that these machines comply to corporate policy as they re-enter the network. This session provides an overview of what the technology provides, how you get ready for it and what you need to do to configure it.
Jeff Alexander – Technology Advisor, Developer and Platform Strategy Group, Microsoft Australia (Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra)
Jeff Alexander has worked for Microsoft for 9 years; and has had experience in several different roles during that time; from directly supporting Enterprise customers all the way through to taking on one of the World’s largest Server consolidations -Microsoft’s Asia Pacific infrastructure. Jeff now focuses his passion on infrastructure and management technologies as an Evangelist promoting and enabling the community of IT Professionals through vehicles as Technet Premier events, his blog, the TechNet Web Site, User Groups, Microsoft MVP members, and online webcasts.
Michael Kleef – Technology Advisor, Developer and Platform Strategy Group, Microsoft Australia (Melbourne)
Michael speaks at various Microsoft and industry events on Windows infrastructure, Identity, Security and Messaging. He stays ahead of the curve on Microsoft’s newest technologies and help businesses understand the pitfalls and issues in technology deployment. Like Jeff, Michael has strong ties to the IT Professional community through TechNet Premier events, his blog, the TechNet Web Site, User Groups, Microsoft MVP members, and online webcasts.
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