Technical details between 2003 & 2007 & Why Companies Upgrade.
Speaker: Keith McCall, CTO & Founder of Azaleos

Speaker’s Background
Keith McCall has led the development and delivery of enterprise software products for over 16 years. Prior to founding Azaleos, Keith spent four and a half years as the director and product unit manager for Microsoft Exchange Solutions. He was responsible for ensuring the integrity of the complete solution through technology and business development activities that supported Exchange systems integrators, ISVs, and IT professionals who deliver Microsoft-based messaging solutions. Keith initially joined Microsoft to develop a departmental solution server based on Microsoft’s BackOffice technologies, which was delivered as the Team Productivity Update for BackOffice 4.5 in 1999. Prior to Microsoft, Keith was the senior director for Lotus’ line of Domino.Applications and was responsible for delivering Lotus’ Notes-and Web-based collaborative applications on the Domino Platform. Before joining Lotus, Keith invented Net.Commerce and built the team that delivered IBM’s flagship Internet Commerce product. He was also the architect and developer of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games ticket server and was instrumental in designing and developing L.L. Bean’s first e-commerce site. Keith also invented IBM’s Net.Data product, which was the first product to join IBM’s DB2 relational database to Web servers, and held a variety of marketing and sales positions related to the release of the first RISC System/6000 line of UNIX computers from IBM. Keith earned a bachelor’s degree in science from the University of British Columbia in Canada.

Ecosystem [e.g. hardware and software) Differences for 2003 and 2007.
Speaker: Ben Serebin of REEF Solutions

Register now (click to attend RSVP – by Mon 6/9 3pm EST)

Doors Open 6pm (food arrives)
Meeting is from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Microsoft Corporation
1290 Avenue of the Americas, FL 6
6th Ave bet 51st & 52nd St.
New York, NY 10104

Meeting Presentation:

NYExUG_2008.06.10_REEF Solutions_Ben Serebin_Exchange Ecosystem Differences for 2003 and 2007.pdf