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  • Jul 23, 2014

    Session 4: Migrating Data to Office 365  

    Presented by: Paul Robichaux: Running Time: 102 minutes | After you’ve got a working tenant, the next step you’ll want to consider is migrating your existing system’s data into its new home. This is a big step, not to be taken lightly, and this session will help you understand your options for moving mailbox, public folder, and document data from your existing network to Office 365....More
  • Jul 23, 2014

    Session 3: Managing Users, Groups, and Mailboxes with Office 365  

    Presented by: Paul Robichaux: Running Time: 83 minutes | Good news: managing users, groups, and mailboxes on Office 365 is pretty simple... if you know how to do it on Exchange 2013 (or with PowerShell). If not, you've got a few things to learn! Luckily, this session will teach you the basics of user account setup and management using both the Office 365 management portal and PowerShell. You'll learn how to create users, manage their Office 365 licenses, and configure basic Office 365 settings for Exchange Online and Lync Online....More
  • Jul 23, 2014

    Session 2: Creating Your First Office 365 Tenant  

    Presented by: Paul Robichaux: Running Time: 63 minutes | Once you've decided to move to Office 365, Microsoft tries to make the process as smooth and simple as possible. Since you'll only set up your tenant one time, doing it right is important. This session will highlight what you need to know about configuring DNS, choosing a tenant location, preparing your on-premises servers for the new tenant, and keeping tabs on the status of the Office 365 services you're using....More
  • Jul 23, 2014

    Session 1: Is Office 365 Right For You?  

    Presented by: Paul Robichaux: Running Time: 58 minutes | Microsoft pitches Office 365 as the perfect solution for everyone, but there are a lot of subtle aspects to an Office 365 deployment. From choosing a client to figuring out how much network bandwidth you need, you'll need to be prepared to make significant decisions early on in the design and deployment process. In this session, we'll discuss the key items you should check to verify that Office 365 will meet your needs, and you'll learn how to use the free Microsoft demo environment to test out Office 365 features to see if they're useful in your business....More
  • Jul 21, 2014

    Challenges await as Microsoft dumps MEC, TechEd (and other conferences) for a mega-event 4

    Microsoft has announced their intention to run a unified technology event in Chicago in the first week of May, 2015. The new event will replace the previous Lync, SharePoint, Exchange (MEC), Management Summit, TechEd and Project conferences. In short, it’s the mega-conference, a new event that combines technology updates for all of the Office servers plus MMS, which seems like a curious add-on to the Office fold....More
  • Jul 15, 2014

    Outlook Apps - a new approach worth considering 1

    A conversation with a Microsoft engineer at the Microsoft Exchange Conference caused me to wonder if Outlook apps are being overlooked by many companies as they seek to extract value from their deployments. Or indeed, to justify an upgrade to the latest generation of Microsoft Office technology....More
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