Migrating from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010: What You Need to Know

On Demand until 1/21/2011

Exchange 2003 enjoyed widespread adoption because its stability, performance, and functionality compared to earlier versions and its competitors. The messaging and collaboration world has changed a lot since then, though, and Exchange Server 2010 includes a wealth of new features and capabilities that you might consider taking advantage of. From client-side improvements like MailTips and a radically improved web client to a completely revamped transport infrastructure that gives you better information protection and control to deep changes in the way that the information store works, Exchange 2010 is a different beast. This seminar will highlight the most important new Exchange 2010 features, including database availability groups (DAGs), support for Personal Archives, the new OWA, and new retention and records management features. We'll compare the new features to what Exchange 2003 offered, and point out areas of improvement that may make your migration more compelling.

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    Paul Robichaux

    Paul Robichaux is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro and a Microsoft Exchange MVP and MCSE who specializes in helping people understand how to get the most from Exchange. Paul's most recent book is the Exchange Server Cookbook (O'Reilly and Associates) and he blogs at http://paulrobichaux.wordpress.com.

    Valentin Vasquez

    Senior Solutions Architect, Binary Tree - Valentin Vasquez joined Binary Tree to lead the company's efforts into the Exchange Migration market. Val is responsible for the vision, development and delivery of Binary Tree's software for upgrading and migrating Microsoft Exchange Server environments. Before joining Binary Tree, Val worked at Quest Software for 8 years in a variety of customer facing roles including extensive experience in platform migration initiatives. Earlier in his career, Val was at Arthur Andersen for 4 years in their Global Infrastructure division, designing and deploying Systems Management solutions to over 2,200 Windows servers across the world. Val has expert knowledge of the Microsoft platform along with considerable experience in developing technology process solutions and in delivering training to world-wide audiences.

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