IT Heroes Episode XIV

Interview with Terry Myerson, Exchange GM

I am really psyched about this interview. Mr. Myerson took time out of his very busy schedule to sit down and speak with me about the next evolution in Exchange Server--Exchange 12--due out before the end of the calendar year.

We spoke at length about the benefits our Exchange customers will derive from the 64 bit only implementation in Exchange 12, as well as Microsoft's strategic thinking around a 64 bit only version of the mail server. Terry also gave us a sneak peek into feature sets and what you can expect from Exchange 12.

We had a great conversation, in fact so good, that Terry discussed aspects of the software that are not yet public. That information becomes public knowledge this Wednesday March 1st with the release of the Community Technology Preview (this is an extension of our traditional beta programs that puts pre-release software into customer's hands and provides a direct channel for feedback to the Product Groups).

So the interview won't be posted here, but rather at Noon on Wednesday go to the Exchange team blog and hear it from the source!  



Comments (7)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good Afternoon Louisville and Cincinnati! First off THANK YOU for coming to launch! We had over 1000

  2. Anonymous says:

    Aloha and Mahalo! Thank you to everyone for coming to the event! We had 510 IT Professionals showing

  3. Anonymous says:

    Good Afternoon Columbus and Cleveland! First off THANK YOU for coming to launch! We had over 1200 Ohio

  4. Anonymous says:

    Good day all Cleveland and Columbus!    I really had a great time talking about the future…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Good day all my Detroit ghouls and goblins! 🙂 I hope everyone had a great Halloween and did not have

  6. Keith Combs says:

    Oh come on man!!! Spill the beans dude.  Post the audio to our streaming server.  I double dare ya.  🙂

  7. Erich Beyrent says:

    Sweet!  So I have to replace my server hardware AND my server operating system in order to run a new version of Exchange?  Awesome!!!!!

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