TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Storage Architecture (Level 300)

#Exchange2010 #Exchange

Okay made some changes, so lets see if this works :-|

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 carries on the tradition begun in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 of dramatically reducing mailbox storage costs. Attend this webcast to learn about the new levels of storage flexibility in Exchange Server 2010, and find out the technical details to help you select the right storage solution for your Exchange Server 2010 environment. We focus on how the storage architecture in Exchange Server 2010 has evolved and goes beyond the investments previously made to positively impact Microsoft customers.

Forefront Protection 2010 for #Exchange Deployment and Performance

This is a good use of 20 mins .. I quite like the format too.  Not 100% sure that this is exchange version specific.  Dunno if you need to have FPE installed on an Exchange 2010 server.

Alexander Nikolayev joins us again to dive deep into the deployment and some performance for Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange

Filling the Gap in Exchange Auditing

Part of the Filling the Gaps Webcast Series
Exchange is first and foremost an e-mail server, and when e-mail servers were first designed, no one foresaw the massive dependence that would develop between organizations and their e-mail servers. Today 60% of organizations process revenue-generating orders via e-mail and approximately 75% of corporate intellectual property is being transmitted via e-mail.

Without accurate tracking of Exchange mailbox activity, organizations find it difficult to react to administrative and security-policy violations, which affect their ability to ensure compliance.

Listen to this on demand webcast as Randy Franklin Smith outlines the gaps in native Exchange audting and we share how Quest can help you fill them.

Webcast: The Top Five Ways to Keep Your Boss Out of Jail
Presented by Keri Farrell, Product Manager, eDiscovery

It’s your job to keep your messaging system operating smoothly, so users aren’t impacted.  If that’s not enough, you also have to keep your data secure and comply with regulatory requirements.  Because if you don’t, someone might go to jail.

In this informative webcast, Quest product manager Keri Farrell shares five best practices you can quickly implement to securely store and manage messaging data, efficiently report on e-mail usage, and rapidly respond to e-discovery requests.

Keep your messaging system compliant and your colleagues out of jail – access this webcast now.

TechNet Webcast: Topologies and Routing for Exchange Server 2007 (Level 300)

Historically, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 routing was designed to enable mail delivery over early point-to-point networks using discrete next-hop solutions. It had evolved little to take advantage of the advancements in network technologies. Learn how mail routing works in the Exchange Server 2007 environment using IP networks and Active Directory Site Topologies. Discover how Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange 200x mailflow interoperability works. Hear about recommended topology and deployment best practices. We also show how administrators can maintain their network by adjusting spam and virus settings and implementing the appropriate security policies, as well as how end-users can use simple and familiar interfaces to recover junk e-mail and apply message classifications.

Presenter: Todd Luttinen, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation