Presentation Transcript: Exchange 2010 Roadmap Series - Virtualization

Presentation Transcript: Exchange 2010 Roadmap Series - Virtualization


At this point you've heard about the cost savings associated with virtualization, but you may still be wondering if it's worth it for your organization. This expert mediacast transcript, featuring Exchange pro, Lee Benjamin, discusses how the features of Exchange 2010 can help support virtualization. Learn about common virtualization concerns and determine if it is a worthwhile investment. Discover how Exchange 2010 can improve your backup strategy and find out why you don’t have to know clustering to ensure database availability.


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®
12 Jan 2010
15 Dec 2009
14 Page(s)
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