Are you Ready For Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007

Quest have a number of half day seminars coming up. 


Check it out: http://www.quest.com/events/listdetails.aspx?ContentID=4907&site=&prod=&technology=&prodfamily=&loc

Is your organisation looking for the right solution to migrate to Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 —and the tools to effectively manage this new Exchange environment?

Join our experts Joe Baguley – Quest Software’s Global Product Director and Caroline Lawson – Senior Consultant at one of our half day Seminars (09:00 – 13:00)

21st February, Guinness Store House, Dublin
23rd February, Stock Exchange, London
27th February, Hilton Hotel, Leeds
1st March, Microsoft Office, Edinburgh

*27th March, Microsoft TVP, Reading, NEW DATE ADDED due to demand

The seminar will discuss and include:

– Assessing your Exchange 2007 readiness
– Options for migrating to Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 (from 5.5, 2000, 2003, Notes or Groupwise)
– Managing your new Exchange 2007 environment
– Open lunch/questions

Quest Software has migrated more than 10 million mailboxes to Exchange and is committed to securely and reliably migrating users to the new Exchange 2007 platform. Quest’s expertise in migration and management, combined with Exchange 2007, ensure that your organisation will have a stable, secure and manageable e-mail platform.

Quest’s migration and management solutions cover the entire messaging lifecycle—from planning and analysis, through migration and ongoing management. These solutions can help your organisation control costs, decrease complexity and reduce the risk of compliance in its corporate messaging infrastructure.

 

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