Speaking at Colorado Unified Communications User Group 2/28


I will be speaking at the COUCUG (Colorado Unified Communications User Group) 2/28/2013 on the following two topics.

  • Migrating Exchange 2010 to another Active Directory Forest (without 3rd Party tools)
  • Update on Exchange 2013 (What’s new & different, co-existence w/ 2007 & 2010, Cumulative Updates, etc).

I will be reusing most of my content from last year’s MEC (Microsoft Exchange Conference   for the 1st session, see this blog post for info on the two sessions I gave at MEC. The PPTs, and related Word Doc for the cross forest migration session, can be downloaded from this SkyDrive folder: http://sdrv.ms/RdpXrD. I will be create a new PPT for the Exchange 2013 update session this week and will also post it on SkyDrive when it’s ready.

The meeting will be held at the Polycom office’s in WestminsterPlease RSVP early so we can ensure we have enough seats.

The meeting is from 4-6pm. We will try to end the formal talks by 5:30pm in order to allow for people to network and ask questions on any aspect of Microsoft Unified Communications.

RSVP Today!

The meeting will take place at Polycom’s office, which is located at:
1765 W 121st Ave, Ste 100
Westminster, CO

About COUCUG http://www.coucug.org/

COUCUG is run by an independent group of technologists who focus on Microsoft Unified Communications products and solutions. Each month, COUCUG will host a meeting in the Denver area which is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and related unified communications topics. The topics for each meeting will be technical and architectural in nature designed for IT administrators, consultants, and management that want to learn more about Microsoft Unified Communications and do some networking at the same time.

About jasonsherry

I am a 20 year Exchange consultant and expert. I currently work for Commvault as a Solutions Specialist for Microsoft Infrastructure For more info see my resume at: http://jasonsherry.org
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