Microsoft Exchange 2010 was officially launched last November, but many people are probably still in the planning stages of an upgrade due to the complexity of messaging environments and the need to transition without a major disruption.
If you still have questions about aspects of your upgrade, join TechRepublic and Dell's Microsoft MVP (Dell Global Services) Chris Scharff for a discussion of some essential considerations before you upgrade.
In the "Live Webcast: Microsoft Exchange 2010: Essential Considerations Before You Upgrade" Scharff will:
- Review available upgrade paths to Exchange 2010 and what the newest set of architectural changes to Exchange may mean for how you design and size your Exchange 2010 environment
- Evaluate the new enhancements for Exchange 2010 as well as some of the shortcomings you'll want to keep in mind
- Implement a plan that economically meets the total messaging goals for your organization
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- What to expect from Exchange 2010: Not much backward-compatibility
- Understand Exchange 2010 upgrade scenarios and coexistence
- A crash course in the Exchange 2010 Control Panel
- Three storage features eliminated from Exchange 2010
- Reduce hardware needs and ease administration with Exchange 2010
Selena has been at TechRepublic since 2002. She is currently a Senior Editor with a background in technical writing, editing, and research. She edits Data Center, Linux and Open Source, Apple in the Enterprise, The Enterprise Cloud, Web Designer, and IT Security blogs.