Presentation Transcript: Exchange 2010 Roadmap Series - Transition and Migration

Presentation Transcript: Exchange 2010 Roadmap Series - Transition and Migration


Are you looking to transition or migrate to Exchange 2010? This presentation transcript features Exchange expert Lee Benjamin as he explains how to move from earlier versions of Exchange or other messaging platforms to Exchange 2010. Determine if your IT infrastructure can support an upgrade and how to migrate from other systems to Exchange 2010. Gain insight into key new features to enable a smooth transition or migration.


Lee Benjamin Messaging Architect, ExchangeGuy Consulting

With over 20 years experience in the messaging industry, Lee Benjamin is an expert on Microsoft Exchange and related technologies. Since retiring from Microsoft in 1997, he has been a highly sought after consultant for enterprise and medium-sized organizations and software firms. He currently specializes in Exchange 2010 architecture, migration and upgrade advice, and product strategy/positioning for ISV's. He also evaluates and does product testing and training.   Lee is chairman of the largest Exchange user group in the world ExchangeServerBoston, and actively engaged with other groups and organizations including GITCA (formerly Culminis) BostonUserGroups, WindowsBoston, and Virtg. For his involvement with the IT professional user group community, he is recognized as a Most Valuable Professional by Microsoft.   Lee is a regular speaker at industry conferences such as TechEd, Exchange Connections, TechTarget Seminars, and online webinars on topics such as data protection, compliance and eDiscovery, messaging security, mobile access, and unified communications.

Dell, Inc. and Intel®
21 Dec 2009
21 Dec 2009
20 Page(s)
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