More companies are moving e-mail into the cloud. Jim and Harold cover the many, simple ways IT Pros can migrate Exchange from on premise to the cloud, based on company size. Jim, Sr. Technical Product Manager for Exchange Server, shares tips on “cut over” exchange migration options that can take place in just one weekend, to hybrid deployments, for longer migrations. Whether you are maintaining Exchange Server 2003, 2007 or 2010, this is one migration discussion you won’t want to miss.
|Jim is a Sr. Technical Product Manager focusing on Exchange Server. In his role on the Exchange Marketing team, he is responsible for Exchange deployment, migration, and management, both on-premises and with Exchange Online. In addition, his responsibilities extend to virtualization scenarios and Public Folders. He has been with Microsoft since 1991, and has worked with Exchange Server since 1997. Prior to his current role on the Exchange marketing team, Jim has spent a number of years in product support as a support engineer and a supportability program manager.|
|Harold Wong has been with Microsoft for almost 12 years. Harold started as a pre-sales Systems Engineer focused on Exchange Server but has been an IT Pro Evangelist since July of 2004. Although Harold is a generalist across most Microsoft Infrastructure Servers, he has been focused on the Unified Communications area (Exchange Server and Office Communications Server / Lync Server) for quite some time. Recently, Harold has also added “Cloud” computing to his repertoire in the hopes of helping IT Pros better understand the role of Cloud Computing. Outside of work, Harold enjoys spending time with his family, finding and eating great sushi and playing Xbox Live (Halo Reach mostly).|
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