Optimize Exchange Performance

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET

Speakers: Nathan O'Bryan, Microsoft MVP; Steve Fox, Senior Product Manager; Corey Rivers, Systems Consultant, Virtualization

Organizations are moving to a hybrid model, using some Office 365 online services but maintaining others on-premises, behind a secure firewall. Exchange Server 2016 is here now, featuring a simplified architecture, smarter inbox, and better data loss protection. But does it police itself? How does it connect with the rest of the infrastructure? And how do you detect and resolve performance and availability issues that may be affecting your Exchange servers?

Attend this webcast for an introduction to troubleshooting Exchange on-premises, hybrid, and Exchange Online. You’ll also see how a large banking organization consolidated their disparate messaging platforms into a single optimized Microsoft Exchange platform using Foglight and other management solutions from Dell Software.

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Migrating public folders to Exchange Online: Doing it right the first time

Public Folders have been a part of Exchange since 1996, and thanks to customer demand they are not going away anytime soon. As more customers migrate to Exchange Online in Office 365, they are finding out that the migration path for public folders is not always as straight forward as you would expect. For instance, Microsoft currently does not provide a direct path to migrate from modern public folders to Exchange Online. Additionally, Outlook for Mac or Outlook on the web users that have been migrated to Exchange Online will not be able to access legacy on-premises public folders. What should be done in situations like these?

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Migrating Public Folders to Office 365

Public Folders have been a part of Exchange since 1996, and thanks to customer demand they are not going away anytime soon. As more customers migrate to Exchange Online in Office 365, they are finding out that the migration path for public folders is not always as straight forward as you would expect. For instance, Microsoft currently does not provide a direct path to migrate from modern public folders to Exchange Online. Additionally, Outlook for Mac or Outlook on the web users that have been migrated to Exchange Online will not be able to access legacy on-premises public folders. What should be done in situations like these?

Join Nathan O’Bryan (MCSM: Messaging, MVP: Office Servers and Services) for this Redmond Tech Advisor webcast covering everything you need to know about migrating Public Folders into Office 365. Register to join us!

BONUS: “Office 365 for Exchange Professionals” eBook is the 'go to' technical resource for enterprises moving their mailboxes to Microsoft's cloud. Register to win one free copy compliments of Binary Tree.

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Get Ready for Exchange 2016 and Office 365

Microsoft’s recent release of Exchange 2016 has prompted organizations to begin evaluating their next move. Many will choose to go to the cloud, some will implement a hybrid environment and others will just upgrade their existing platform. Remember that all organizations are different, so there are several considerations that you need to keep in mind as you start your own project planning.

Join experts to hear how to get ready for Exchange 2016 and Office 365, and get the most out of your new environment once you have made your move. Attend and you will:

  • Learn what’s new in Exchange 2016 and Office 365
  • Discover key considerations for implementation
  • Hear tips for preparing your environment now to ensure future success
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