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Microsoft Workshop- Köln, Germany: Deploy a Multivendor Strategy to Better Leverage Your Exchange Migration and Upgrade

Posted by Juliette Ollagnier on Oct 22, 2013 9:47:00 AM

describe the imageWe organize a Workshop to be held in February with our valued Alliance Partners GWAVA and VEEAM at the Microsoft Headquarters in Germany.

Date: Februrary 21st from 8:30am to 12:00pm
Venue: German Microsoft Headquarters in Köln, Germany
Breakfast will be offered to all attendees, courtesy of Microsoft.
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Our expertise on migrating and upgrading Exchange comes straight from our customers. Over time, we have learned that migrating, consolidating and restructuring a messaging environment can pose some serious risks if certain aspects of an environment are not under control.

The combination of GSX, GWAVA and VEEAM offers Administrators and IT Managers a solid range of tools to leverage their Exchange Migration & Upgrade. 

Hear from the experts at GSX Solutions, GWAVA and VEEAM about major challenges faced by IT Administrators during an upgrade or migration project:  

  • What are the key success factors for migrating to Microsoft Exchange on-premises or Online?
  • How can I protect my system?
  • How do I solve my Filing requirement?
  • How can I check Exchange availability and increase performance
Seats for this exclusive workshop are running out fast. Don't miss out, book your ticket today!
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Agenda

08:30 09:00 Arrival & Registration
09:00 09:15 Welcome by Microsoft and the other hosts

09:15 09:45 Session I: Microsoft - Current Exchange Updates / What is new?
09:45 10:15 Session II: GSX Solutions - Exchange Server Performance & Reports
10:15 10:45 Session III: GWAVA - Archiving & Compliance for Exchange
10:45 11:00 Break
11:00 11:30 Session IV: Veeam - Data Protection for Exchange
11:30 12:00 Session V: Microsoft - Upgrade and Migration topics
12:00 12:30 Questions & Answers

 

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(Registration page is in German)

 

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