If you’ve thought, “I wish Microsoft would tell me more about how to set up SharePoint 2013 on-premises to work with Exchange Online,” or “I’d really like to know how to deploy eDiscovery across my Exchange Server and SharePoint Server environments,” we want to talk with you!
Microsoft Office has formed a solutions content team whose reason for being is to help you learn how to build solutions using on-premises products like Exchange Server 2013 together with services such as Office 365 and Windows Azure. We’ll be at the Office Content Publishing booth at the SharePoint Conference next week in Las Vegas, and we’d really like to talk about solutions with you – such as those we’ve been developing at Solutions using Office Servers and the Cloud. For example: * SharePoint Disaster Recovery in Windows Azure – Learn how to use Windows Azure as a viable disaster recovery platform for your SharePoint 2013 deployment. * Internet Sites in Windows Azure using SharePoint Server 2013 – Use Windows Azure infrastructure to create SharePoint 2013 sites that can keep your costs low and scale as your needs dictate.
We’d also like to hear about solutions that you have in mind.
We’re also going to be hosting some design-time sessions with individual customers at the conference. They’re intended to help you plan and build a solution based on SharePoint 2013 and Office 365. A couple specific areas of focus are hybrid environments, where you use SharePoint 2013 on premises and Office 365 offerings together, and on SharePoint with Azure. Check out the Invitation to Design Time sessions at the SharePoint Conference 2014 to see if you’re eligible to participate.
We hope to see you there!