The Exchange Virtual Conference is a free, online event featuring presentations by Exchange Server MVPs, beginning on May 27th.
Exchange Virtual Conference sessions will include:
- What’s New in Exchange 2013: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- Load Balancing Exchange Server 2010 and 2013
- Exchange Server 2013 Site Mailboxes
- Upgrading to Exchange Server 2013
- Identity and Access Management in Office 365
- Exchange Server Tips from the Trenches
About the Exchange Virtual Conference speakers.
J. Peter Bruzzese (Triple-MCSE, MCT, MCITP) is an Exchange MVP, a co-founder and CIO of ClipTraining, the Exchange 2010/2013 Instructor for TrainSignal, a well-known technical author for Que/Sams and others, a technical speaker for Techmentor, Connections, MEC and TechEd… and the Enterprise Windows columnist for InfoWorld. In his spare time… well, with all that… let’s be honest… J. P. B. has no spare time. 😉 Follow him on Twitter @JPBruzzese,
Johan Veldhuis is an Exchange Server MVP and Technical Consultant who works at a consultancy firm which is specialized in Microsoft Unified Communications solutions. In that role he is responsible for designing, implementing, migrating and troubleshooting Microsoft UC solutions. Besides his own blog on his website, Johan has been a regular author for Simple-Talk and several other blogs, and is also a member of The UC Architects which is a bi-weekly podcast covering both Exchange and Lync related topics.
Serkan Varoglu is a Turkish IT Pro living in Bermuda . Serkan has over 10 years experience and hold certifications including MCITP (Exchange, Lync and Enterprise Admin), MCSE, MCSA, MCTS, ITIL and was awarded the Microsoft MVP Award (Exchange Server). He blogs about Exchange in his personal website, regulary posts at Mshowto.org and is also a member of The UC Architects. Follow Serkan on Twitter at @srknvrgl.
Jaap Wesselius is an Exchange Server MVP and working as a Sr. System Architect for Amsio, a managed Service Provider in The Netherlands. In this role Jaap is responsible for the complete Microsoft portfolio when it comes to hosting. Prior to working for Amsio Jaap has been working as an independent consultant and as an infrastructure consultant for Microsoft MCS in The Netherlands (focusing on Exchange Server of course). Follow Jaap on Twitter at @jaapwess
Michael is an Exchange Server MVP and works as a Technology Consultant and trainer for Xylos (Belgium) where he is mainly involved in projects around Microsoft Exchange, Lync, Office 365 and Active Directory. Follow Michael on Twitter at @mvanhorenbeeck.
Paul is an Exchange Server MVP and messaging specialist. He writes the Exchange Server Pro website, has authored several Exchange 2010 migration guides, runs the Exchange Boot Camp, and is a member of The UC Architects podcast team. Follow Paul on Twitter.