Managing Exchange Server - Tips from the Trenches

Summary: This session walks through some real world, hands on tips for managing Exchange Server environments.

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Office 365 Identities and Federation

Summary: This session covers identity integration solutions for Office 365 hybrid deployments, including a demonstration of setting up ADFS for a hybrid deployment.

Migrating to Exchange Server 2013

Summary: This session presents an overview of the migration paths for upgrading from Exchange 2007 and 2010 to Exchange Server 2013.

Exchange Server 2013 Site Mailboxes

Summary: This session presents an overview of Site Mailboxes, a new feature in Exchange Server 2013, as well as a demonstration of the setup and functionality of Site Mailboxes.

Load Balancing Exchange Server 2010 and 2013

Summary: In this session we will have a look at how we can load balance our Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013 environment. First we look at the some load balancing essentials where I will discuss which terms are important. Once we completed this part we will have a look at how to configure your load balancer for Exchange 2010: which configuration options are available,  which things must  be configured on the Exchange side and followed by a demo where I will let you see how to do it. As final part of the presentation we will look at Exchange 2013: what are the differences, which things are important to keep in mind and a demo where I will let you see how to do the load balancer configuration.

What’s New in Exchange 2013: The good, the bad and the ugly

Summary: Exchange is nearly 20 years old. It has seen a lot of changes over the years. In this session we will take a quick down memory lane as we review these enhancements and bring us right up to our day with Exchange 2013. We will focus on major new features like the new Exchange Admin Center, modern Public Folders and more and walk through the interface to ensure you have a clear picture of the scope of Exchange 2013 before you dive deeper with the sessions to follow.