Session Schedule

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  • 12:15 PM
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    1:15 PM
    What's New in Exchange 2010?
    Room 2
    Exchange 2010 has been on the market now for nearly two years. In that time, most Exchange administrators have become familiar with the broad outlines of its new features. But funny things happened as Exchange 2010 has become more widely adopted: the features administrators are most excited about, and are getting the most use from, aren't necessarily the best-known or best-marketed ones. In this seminar, we'll touch on some compelling new features that you might not have thought about in that light, including the various federation tools included in Exchange 2010, self-service improvements that lower your workload while keeping your users happier, and the forthcoming improvements in Exchange 2010 service pack 2.
  • 1:30 PM
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    2:30 PM
    Mailboxes: Now in Giant Economy Size!
    Room 2
    It's a truism among e-mail administrators that users never ask for less; they always want more: more performance, more functionality, and much, much more room in their mailboxes. Microsoft has played into this desire by designing Exchange 2010 so that you can effectively deploy much larger mailboxes at a reasonable cost…or so they say. How exactly do you do that? That's what we'll talk about in this seminar. Learn how to scale your exchange servers, and their storage, to efficiently and inexpensively give your users large enough mailboxes keep them happy (at least for now.)
  • 2:45 PM
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    4:00 PM
    Leveraging DAS for Large, Low-Cost Mailboxes
    Room 2
    Learn how HP's E5000 can simplify Exchange 2010 deployments by reducing planning, and setup by up to 67% and increase ease of management in messaging. This solution is the only of its kind that integrates the application, server, and storage in a single device. Customers love the solution for its simple wizard driven push button start up, 50% smaller footprint, 75% reduction in power and cooling, and excellent performance that are a result of HP's relationship with Microsoft and achieved an unmatched appliance approach. We will help identify opportunities that are a great fit for this solution as well as when other HP technology would best achieve your objectives. Learning HP's approach to exchange will revolutionize the way you approach messaging and improve objectives you are can achieve in IT.


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