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March 8, 2016 Meeting

Topic: A trivia packed Exchange Server Jeopardy night. Speaker Bio: Alex Trebek, just kidding. This is a contest event and everyone qualifies and can participate. Prizes!!!! Last year’s grand prize was a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 (128GB). This year’s grand prize will be announced shortly. Doors Open 5:45pm, food arrives, contest starts at 6:30pm. Event Registration URL: HERE – open […]

February 10, 2015 Meeting

Topic: Learn about Exchange 2013 Self-Defense (aka Managed Availability). Better than the Secret Service at protecting your Exchange 2013 for System Errors. 2010 had Back Pressure, this is the next version on steroids. Sponsor: Microsoft & NYExUG Speaker: Jay Cotton – Premier Field Engineer (Microsoft) Speaker Bio: Jay Cotton is a Microsoft Premier Field Engineer based in Manhattan. He currently […]

March 10, 2015 Meeting

Topic: A trivia packed Exchange Server Jeopardy night. 10th Anniversary of NYExUG! Speaker Bio: Alex Trebek, just kidding. This is a contest event and everyone qualifies and can participate. Prizes!!!! Grand Prize is a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 (128GB). Doors Open 5:45pm, food arrives, contest starts at 6:30pm. Event Registration URL: HERE – open to the public & free / […]

January 13, 2015 Meeting

Topic: Handling Company Email Mergers (w/Exchange & others). Sponsor: REEF Solutions & Microsoft Speaker: Ben Serebin, President of NYExUG/Consultant [REEF Solutions] Meeting Abstract: Manage/Leverage your Exchange Server in a company merger. Learning the capabilities of it and lead the merger charge! I recently had to implement such a scenario in Exchange 2013 & Exchange 2007 (separate AD forests) and believe […]

December 09, 2014 Meeting

POSTPONED TO JANUARY DUE TO WEATHER Topic: Handling Company Email Mergers (w/Exchange & others). Sponsor: Microsoft & NYExUG Speaker: Ben Serebin, President of NYExUG/Consultant [REEF Solutions] Meeting Abstract: Do you have Exchange Server and are looking to leverage it in a company merger. Be the one who is the leading the lead merger charge!.

November 11, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Mobile Device Management with Windows Intune and System Center. Sponsor: Microsoft & NYExUG Speaker: Chandan Bharti – Premier Field Engineer (Microsoft) Speaker Bio: Chandan Bharti is a Microsoft Premier field engineer based in the New York/New Jersey Region. His specialty is system center that includes, SCOM, configmanager and Orchestrator. Apart from Microsoft products, he has expertise in cross platform […]

July 8, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Everything you ever wanted to know about migration to an Office 365 tenant, to an Office 365 hybrid, from an Office 365 tenant, and between Office 365 tenants. Sponsor: Binary Tree Speaker: Val Vasquez, Senior Solutions Architect Speaker Bio: Valentin Vasquez leads Binary Tree’s efforts into the Exchange Migration market. He is responsible for the vision, development and delivery […]

June 10, 2014 Meeting

Topic: TBA Speaker Bio: TBA Doors Open Tue, June 10, 5:45pm, food arrives, networking typically goes on for 2 hrs. Event Registration URL: HERE – open to the public & free / click to attend RSVP – by Mon June 9, 2014 @ 5pm EST Location – you must register to gain access to the building. Microsoft Corporation 11 Times […]

May 13, 2014 Meeting

Topic: A professional networking meeting for Exchange admins & people interested in the Microsoft Exchange Server solution. Speaker Bio: You. This is a great opportunity to meet like minded people. Doors Open Tue, May 13, 5:45pm, food arrives, networking typically goes on for 2 hrs. Event Registration URL: HERE – open to the public & free / click to attend […]

March 21, 2014 Meeting

The NYC Techstravaganza is a one-day TechEd-type technical conference for IT Pros that is brought to you by NYExUG and other UGs in cooperation with Microsoft. The event will have 5 tracks (w/Exchange track of course) each with 5 sessions and include breakfast and lunch for $10. Don’t miss this event! Register and find out more here.

March 11, 2014 Meeting

Topic: New Transport HA Feature for Exchange 2013. Speaker: Ben Serebin, Founder/President of NYExUG and Principal Consultant w/REEF Solutions Meeting Extract: Learn about the significantly improved email transport high availability feature in Exchange Server 2013. This addresses a major weakness in the previous shadow redundancy and makes it compatible with all servers. Learn why if you deploy DAGs, you should […]

February 11, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Deep Dive into DAGs in Exchange 2013. Don’t miss our monthly Microsoft Xbox raffle prize thanks for BinaryTree. See our website for more details. Meeting raffle price will be a Jawbone MINI JAMBOX (Blue Diamond). You must attend to win the Jawbone. Speaker: Prabhat Nigam Speaker BIO: Prabhat has a MBA in Information Technology and he is working as […]

January 14, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Pro’s and Con’s of Cloud Hosted Exchange. We will discuss technical advantages and disadvantages, and then review the financial part of the equation (aka return on investment, total cost of ownership, etc). Don’t miss our monthly Microsoft Xbox raffle prize thanks for BinaryTree. See our website for more details. Meeting raffle price will be a Jawbone MINI JAMBOX (Blue […]

December 10, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Cloud Migration for Office 365.Everything you ever wanted to know about migration to an Office 365 tenant, to an Office 365 hybrid, from an Office 365 tenant, and between Office 365 tenants. Don’t miss our monthly Microsoft Xbox raffle prize thanks for BinaryTree. See our website for more details. Meeting raffle price will be a Jawbone MINI JAMBOX (Blue […]

November 12, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Hosted/Cloud/Hybrid migrations to Exchange Server 2013 & 2010 Learn about hosted/cloud/hybrid migrations to Exchange Server 2013 & 2010. This includes how to incorporate on-premise or off-site hosted Exchange Server 2007 and 2010. The focus is off-premise migrations. Bonus from hosted/cloud hosting: the National Security Agency provides data off-site replication at no additional fee. Mark Minasi’s 9/9/13 newsletter (http://www.minasi.com/newsletters/nws1309.htm) sums […]