Microsoft has started another teaser campaign for MEC again. For last year’s MEC they started out with an cryptic e-mail that had an IP address in it. If you went to the IP address you would get a very basic MEC page, which later became http://iammec.com.
Currently they have a live twitter feed on the #IamMEC hash tag, some pics and content (“videos“, really just PPTs with audio), and links to several Exchange related site. Microsoft is working to make the iammec site a place to get the latest information and content on Exchange. No further details on MEC 2014 yet, all we know is that it will be in April right now. This gives Microsoft another year to get Exchange 2013 stable and feature complete.
See my post from March 2012 for some history on MEC and my use of Exchange: https://blog.jasonsherry.net/2012/03/06/mec-is-back-in-2012/
For an overview of the two sessions I gave (Personal Archive and Retention Policies | Migrating from another forest to 2010 without 3rd party tools), twice, at MEC 2012 and a link to the related PPTs & DOC see: https://blog.jasonsherry.net/2012/08/17/speaking-at-mec-2012/
I know I will be at MEC 2014, hope to see many of my peers, past, and future clients 🙂