Monday, January 17, 2005

Upcoming February Webcasts

Here are the Microsoft Webcasts for Exchange Server 2003 in February 2005:

TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Does Storage Design In Exchange Scale Up Deployments (Level 200)
Tuesday, February 01, 2005 8:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
"This webcast will examine the storage design deployed within Microsoft to support the large-scale clusters utilized for the worldwide Exchange consolidation. Experts from Microsoft IT will outline best practices learned during the deployment and provide methodologies that will help you gain an understanding of what is required to deliver an optimized storage design."

TechNet Support WebCast: Performance baselines and troubleshooting analysis in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
Wednesday, February 23, 2005: 10:00 AM Pacific time (Greenwich mean time - 8 hours)
"The objective of this presentation is to help customers understand why they need baselines during production deployments and how to analyze the data that is collected to identify potential areas of problems. We will discuss how to use the Performance Monitoring Tool and the relevant counters that are required to collect data and establish baselines. We will also review the data analysis and cover what counters to review to troubleshoot performance-related issues."

Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Enable Regulatory Compliance with Microsoft and EMC
Monday, February 21, 2005 11:30 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
"Organizations worldwide are trying to navigate the minefield of e-mail retention, archiving, monitoring, and recovery to meet both business and regulatory requirements. Failing to protect e-mail has cost companies millions in litigation, regulatory fines, and lost production. All of these costs are avoidable by deploying an e-mail management solution that properly archives, stores, and monitors internal and external e-mail communications centrally and securely. Join EMC and Microsoft for a webcast to learn how to help minimize the risk of non-compliance, downtime, and lost data, while reducing costs and boosting the productivity of your entire Microsoft Exchange Server e-mail system."

[MS Exchange Blog]

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