All six presentations from the Exchange Virtual Conference are now available online for watching on-demand.
I’m pleased to announce the upcoming Exchange Virtual Conference – a free, online event for the Exchange community starting on May 27th.
Here are videos for two sessions from TechEd 2011 that go hand in hand. Both are about Exchange 2010 virtualization, and worth watching if you’re still considering whether to virtualize some or all of your Exchange Server 2010 deployment. Paul CunninghamPaul is a Microsoft MVP for Office Apps and Services and a Pluralsight author. He […]
In this TechEd session you’ll be taken Exchange Server 2010 migrations through some of the important issues and steps along the way.
This video on Exchange 2010 load balancing is for one of the most in-depth sessions I attended at TechEd 2011.
Microsoft has released a series of Exchange Server 2010 technical education videos, available now on Technet.
When Exchange Server 2010 was released some customers assumed that the similarities between Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 would allow in-place upgrades to occur. Microsoft has released a video to explain why this is not the case.
J. Peter Bruzzese (Exclusively Exchange) and Ralph Musgrove (Concord Fax) discuss Exchange Server 2010 and new Unified Messaging features.
The Microsoft Exchange team has two new videos that take a brief look at setting up a Windows Server 2008 cluster and installing Exchange Server 2007 SP1 with Cluster Continuous Replication. Installing Windows 2008 Clustering using the UI wizard Installing Exchange 2007 SP1 CCR on Windows 2008 They are only about 8 minutes and 5 […]