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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 […]

October 8, 2013 Meeting

Speaker Bio: Jim Schneider is a Pre-Sales Engineer for Kemp Technologies, a leading Layer 4-7 Application Delivery Controller manufacturer, experienced in Solution Consulting and Technical Support assisting customers with Load Master installations and consultation on best practices. His background covers extensive Data Communication and Wide Area Networking experience with roles ranging from design, testing, implementation and consulting, to project management. […]

September 10, 2013 Meeting

Professional networking meeting. We’ll be discussing trends and any questions you have about Exchange. Doors Open 6pm, food arrives, presentation starts from 6:30 PM – 9 PM Event Registration URL: HERE – open to the public & free / click to attend RSVP – by Sept 10 at Tue 10am EST Location – you must register to gain access to […]

June 11, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Migration to 2013. Speaker: Multiple Doors Open 6pm, food arrives, presentation starts from 6:30 PM – 9 PM Event Registration URL: HERE – open to the public & free / click to attend RSVP

May 14, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Modern Public Folders in Exchange 2013 This presentation will explain the new features of Public Folders in Exchange 2013 such as the end of replicas and those issues and the beginning of DAGable PFs. PFs serve a good use, so learn how to exploit it to your advantage. Speaker: Allen Mock, Senior Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft. Allen has […]

April 9, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Mobile device troubleshooting and recommendations from a load/capacity planning perspective Speaker: Jay Willis Cotton is a Microsoft Premier Field engineer based in the NY /NJ region. He has been working with Exchange since 2003 and currently supports customers with a total user base of ~250,000 running a mix of Exchange 2003/2007/2010. With the rampant growth of mobile devices he […]

March 12, 2013 Meeting

Topic: DAGs in Exchange 2010 Best Practices and Considerations for Exchange 2013 DAGs (Database Availability Groups) are one of my favorite features of Exchange Server 2010, and the change Microsoft made regarding them in 2013, made them EVEN better. Public Folders are now DAGable. Pigs are flying. During this meeting, Shashwat will be discussing Best Practices for DAGs in Exchange […]

February 12, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Intro to Lync 2013 and how it integrates into Exchange Server 2010 and 2013. Speaker Bio: Cecilio Rincon, Senior Solutions Architect, Sentri, Inc, Lync Deployment Solution Provider Doors Open 6pm, food arrives, presentation starts from 6:30 PM – 9 PM Event Registration URL: HERE – open to the public & free / click to attend RSVP – by Mon […]

January 8, 2013 Meeting

Topic: Exchange 2010 – Understanding AD Integration and Transport Architecture presented by Kamal Aburri (PFE of Microsoft) With various versions of Exchange and Active Directory, multiple sites, hybrid capabilities, having a deeper understanding of Exchange Server’s Active Directory integration and transport architecture knowledge is key now-a-days. Learn from an excellent local NYC based Microsoft Premier Field Engineer who eats and […]