As if Exchange Server 2003 SP2 wasn't enough, Microsoft also has announced the availability of the Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 SLA Scorecard for Exchange, an update of the Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool (ExBPA), and several new tools--the Microsoft Exchange Server Disaster Recovery Analyzer Tool (ExDRA) and Microsoft Exchange Server Performa
This month's Exchange tip, "Exchange 2003 Quick Tweaks," comes from Exchange & Outlook Administrator's sister site, MSD2D.com (http://www.msd2d.com/default_section.aspx?section=exchange). For more Outlook commentary from Sue Mosher ("A New Look for Outlook 12"), subscribe to our free Exchange & Outlook UPDATE email newsletter (http://www.windowsitpro.com/email).
The Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services sessions were among the most popular with attendees of Microsoft Exchange Connections 2005. Exchange & Outlook Administrator held a talking group session with interested readers and attendees, and they all said the same thing: We're being put in charge of SharePoint, and we need help! In response, we'll be bringing you more SharePoint-related content in the coming year—information that will help you understand, set up, and manage your company's SharePoint deployment without losing your mind or your patience.
Catch up on the news from the most recent conference and get ready for 2006.
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Coming up next....
-- December 5: Hyper-V
-- December 12: System Center 2012 & 2012 R2
-- January 23: Implementing a Private Cloud for Your Organization
Windows Server 2012 R2 provides a huge number of changes and new capabilities to Windows Server 2012. These changes affect not only the datacenter with enhancements to virtualization, storage, and networking but also to the desktop environment and Bring Your Own Device scenarios. This event will dive into some of the more advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 features, help you understand their benefit, and show you how to start implementing.