TechEd 2005 – Messaging and Collaboration Track Draft

Havent quite finished this one but am fairly close and need feedback on it...what do you think? Would it make to come to TechEd?

  1. Common Troubleshooting and Support Issues for Exchange Server 2003

  2. Accessing Exchange Server from Your Mobile Device

  3. Designing High Performance Exchange Server 2003 Storage Solutions

  4. Live Communications Platform: Architecting, Deploying and Building Custom Solutions

  5. Outlook Anywhere Client Access to Exchange 2003 over the Internet

  6. Migrating from IBM Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Collaboration Solutions

  7. Upgrading from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003

  8. Monitoring Exchange Server with Microsoft Operations Manager 2005

  9. SharePoint Portal Server 2003: Best Practices for an Implementation

  10. Content Management Server: Accelerating Your Development and Deployment

  11. Project Server 2003 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003: Integrating with Line of Business Solutions

  12. Maximizing SAP with Microsoft Technologies

  13. Common support issues for SharePoint Products and technologies


Comments (4)

  1. angus_logan says:

    Looks good!

    but…I would love to see more SharePoint and MCMS (3 SPS topics & 1 MCMS topics?)

    What do you think?

  2. angus_logan says:

    Sorry that was meant to be:

    3 SPS + 2 MCMS 🙂

  3. mkleef says:

    Theres four in this track….the SAP one has SPS too and then theres a couple of others in other tracks covering webpart development…

  4. Ben Fletcher says:

    3. I like – exchange storage is becoming a big topic with decreasing costs of storage. Doing it right and cheap is a big deal.

    4. This would be interesting – we’ve had probs trying to use non-msg components of LCS with communicator over TLS when NAT is involved. Explaining how to get around or that it is a limitation would be good. With MSN add-ons like Secway, assessing use of LCS instead of MSN I am sure is an issue in this area.

    5. What would be good here is ‘how to make this easy’. It is better now than it used to be, but I think a minimal track to implementing would be of value.

    11. I’ll be at this one.

    In addition, would it be worth a session on Hosted Messaging and Collaboration 3? Whether it would be worth doing would depend on response to the recent hosting roadshow. Perhaps ask Phil Meyer at MS? This is self serving as it is my area of work, but HMC is growing in interest.

    That’s my $0.02.

    Ben Fletcher

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