MPN tilbud- Exchange Server 2010 – 6 hour Momentum Workshop


Exchange Server 2010 - 6 hour Momentum Workshop


Dear Partner,

Do you want to know more about the Exchange Server 2010? Microsoft Global Partner Services have the pleasure to offer this 6 session workshop about Exchange Server 2010. 

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is an important core product On-Premise and in the Cloud. It can be accessed from anywhere with a web-browser, a PC and a Mobil device. It handles the mail, calendars and contacts for large enterprises as well as smaller businesses. The 2010 architecture offers new ways to increase productivity, security, availability and efficiency. Take the opportunity to learn about it in the Live presentations and demonstrations.

These Web Seminars can be booked anytime via the Microsoft Partner Learning Center: click here
When booked you are registered for all the 6 sessions. 6 Partner Advisory Hours per company, not per person will be deducted for attendance.

Date: 8 February 2012
Location: Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 (upon registration you will receive the activity link to login).
Language: English – native Scandinavian languages can be used in the Q&A sessions.
Level: 300
Target Group: Pre-sales/Technical Consultants
Questions: WE Registration Support, Tel: +44 870 850 9442 (English)

Other Information:
PTS: Partner Technical Services (PTS) is one of the advantages for members of the Microsoft Partner network.  Our Partner Technical Consultants are here-help you be successful in the sales and deployment phase of Microsoft products. Read more about this service!


Title, Part 1
Setup, Deployment, and Server Role Configuration
Date and time: 08-February-2012 – 09:00-10:00
Description: Even though more advanced than its predecessors, the Exchange 2010 Server is easier to install, deploy and setup. There are some prerequisites and best practices to get proper results, though. In this session we will show the installation features and tools and how to use them.

Title, Part 2
Upgrade & Coexistence
Date and time: 08-February-2012 – 10:00-11:00
Description: Most customers have some IT infrastructure that needs upgrading, expanding and migration. There might even be periods when co-existence with Exchange 2003 or 2007 is necessary. The Exchange Server 2010 offers improved solutions that will be presented and demonstrated.

Title, Part 3
Management Tools and RBAC
Date and time: 08-February-2012 - 11:00-12:00
Description: There are 3 different consoles, to manage Exchange On-Premise and in the Cloud.  There are the Management Console, the Control Panel and PowerShell. In addition, the Role-Base Access Control (RBAC) capabilities allow to easily create specialized administrative roles and delegated administration. In this session we will show the Tools and RBAC in particular.

Title, Part 4
High Availability
Date and time: 08-February-2012 – 13:00-14:00
Description: High Availability for users and IT professionals is an important focus in Exchange enterprises. Mailbox, Server and Site failover can be easily deployed, by the use of D.A.G., RAID-less Harddisks, and CAS-arrays. There is even money to be saved. In this session we show why and how.

Title, Part 5
Planning, Sizing, and Performance
Date and time: 08-February-2012 – 14:00-15:00
Description: Finding the optimal Hardware and Software configuration can be challenging when sizing an Exchange infrastructure. Sizing and performance tuning makes the differences in efficiency and costs. In this session, we will explain and demonstrate how-to optimize Exchange server with of sizing and performance tuning techniques.

Title, Part 6
Common Issues and Best Practices
Date and time: 08-February-2012 – 15:00-16:00
Description:  In this last session, we will pin-point some common issues and best practices to consider for the Exchange Server 2010. There will be time for some Q&A too. (Please note that the material will be provided after the session. Also note that additional issues might be addressed as additional Partner Technical Consultancy or Break-Fix Support.)



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