Messaging webcasts for August
From Eileen's blog:
Microsoft Webcast: Optimize Your Exchange Server Availability Through Service Level Management (SLM) for Messaging (Level 200)
Wednesday, August 02, 2006 - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Tom Bondi, Engagement Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Maintaining high availability for Microsoft Exchange Server-based messaging systems is vital to business survival and growth. Any e-mail downtime, even short periods of outages, can bring work to a stop, leading to lost opportunities and increased IT support costs. Service Level Management (SLM) for Messaging is a solution from Microsoft Services that can help prevent this scenario from happening. In this webcast, we explain how SLM can help you achieve significant, measurable, and sustained improvements in your organization’s messaging environment and deliver the productivity, efficiency, and return on investment required by your business.
TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Monitors and Manages the Exchange Messaging Infrastructure as a Service (Level 300)
Tuesday, August 15, 2006 - 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Grant Hogan, Microsoft IT Service Manager, Microsoft Corporation
In this webcast, learn how Microsoft IT improved its messaging service using targeted metrics and great processes. Hear about the service level agreements (SLAs) and reports the company uses to focus on operational and service improvements. We describe IT service reviews and explain why they are an important component of a successful service. We also show examples of experience-based scorecards and the metrics that go beyond server uptime to enhance the messaging experience for end users.
Microsoft Office System Webcast: A "First Look" at Five New E-mail and Collaboration Features in the 2007 Microsoft Office System (Level 100)
Thursday, August 24, 2006 - 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Pacific Time
Evan Archilla, Senior Training Specialist, Projectline Services
The 2007 Microsoft Office system helps users better manage their time and information, connect across system boundaries, and take advantage of a broad set of new capabilities for sharing information more effectively. Join us for this informative webcast to learn five important ways the 2007 Microsoft Office system helps users increase productivity and improve collaboration.
Momentum Webcast: Compelling Reasons to Upgrade to Exchange Server 2003 (Level 100)
Tuesday, August 01, 2006 - 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Pacific Time
msam, Technology Presenter, Microsoft Corporation
If your organization is currently running Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 or Exchange Server 2000, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 can offer significant cost savings by operating on fewer servers. With new resources and tools, the upgrade and migration to Exchange Server 2003 is smooth, fast, and cost-effective. Organizations with more advanced communication and collaboration requirements can couple Exchange Server 2003 with other products like Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 for instant messaging and presence awareness, Microsoft Office Live Meeting for Web conferencing, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 for data and document management. Attend this webcast to discover how Exchange Server 2003 enables your mid-sized business to gain access to critical communications whenever and wherever you need it, while delivering greater security, availability, and reliability.
Momentum Webcast: Improving Productivity with the 2007 Office System, Exchange Server 2007, and Windows Vista (Level 100)
Tuesday, August 22, 2006 - 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Pacific Time
Technology Specialist, Microsoft Corporation
Tune in to this webcast to discover how the 2007 Office system, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, and Windows Vista provide the essential technologies and features to deliver significant productivity improvements to businesses of any size. New product suites, servers, and services in the 2007 Office system offer enhanced functionality and new solutions to increase business productivity. Learn how the updated packaging options give you more flexibility to adopt the specific technologies and solutions that best meet your needs. We also explain how new features in Windows Vista can help you achieve cost and operational efficiencies in desktop image deployment, management, and security.