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Roll-out and Manage Multi-Platform Mobile Devices using some simple tools... and Exchange 2010


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Mobile Devices with push mail capabilities are more and more flooding the enterprise. With increased power and storage capacities they contain more personal information then ever before. Plus, multiple platforms make it harder to manage and secure them. In this session we show you how Exchange 2010 and some simple tools enable you to quickly roll-out and secure the most popular mobile device platforms.

Speakers: Ruben Nauwelaers and Wim Borgers

My name is Ruben Nauwelaers, I'm 28 years young and I currently work for Uw ICT Partner.
After finishing my bachelor and internship at Cisco Belgium, I started my IT career 5 years ago as a systems engineer in a SMB, where I was responsible for the day to day Exchange and AD operations/projects. After 1 year, I started working for a telephony integrator, where I installed and maintained Cisco UC Systems (Callmanager/Unity/Contact Center Express) during 2 years. When Microsoft launched their Unified Communications platform, my decision was quickly made and I changed position to consultant Unified Collaboration where I was responsible for end-to-end pre-sales and post-sales support on MS UC projects. Since early 2010 I'm working at Uw ICT Partner where I am typically involved in Lync/Exchange related projects, where I can provide expertise in mixed environments and migration scenarios.

As an IT manager at Brepols Publishers for the past 12 years, Wim has a broad experience managing multiple Microsoft products, including Microsoft Exchange Server and Office Communications Server (OCS). Shortly after the official launch of OCS 2007 he was the very first SMB customer in Belgium to completely rip-and-replace a legacy PABX by a Full Voice OCS solution, integrated with Exchange Server. Inspired by implementing OCS 2007 and subsequently migrating to OCS 2007 R2 on his own infrastructure, he joined the user group Pro-Exchange as an active member.


Published Date: June 29, 2011
Presented By: Anthony de Bruyn




Video: WMV (ZIP) (no longer available)