Bytes by TechNet - Rand Morimoto and Harold Wong
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Listen in as Harold Wong and Rand Morimoto, PhD and Exchange MVP, discuss Exchange Server 2010. Rand provides insight into the improved archiving functionality of Exchange Server 2010 SP1, including the ability to have a mailbox on one database and archive on another. He also covers migration from Exchange Server 2000 or 2003 and resolving issues with certificates and authentication by setting up parallel environments.
|Rand Morimoto, Ph.D., MVP, CISSP, MCITP is known as a pioneer in architecting and implementing technologies that help organizations improve business efficiencies through their use of technologies that create a competitive advantage in their operations. Dr.Morimoto has written over 30 international bestselling books on topics ranging from internet security to electronic messaging to network communications with recent topics on Windows 7, Exchange 2010, System Center Service Manager 2010, Windows 2008 R2, SQL 2008, and Cyber-security. In the past year, Dr.Morimoto has spoken at over 50 conferences and conventions around the world and on a day to day basis runs a 65-person technology consulting firm (Convergent Computing) he founded 25-years ago that provides technology strategy consulting and implementation services to some of the largest corporations and government agencies in the world. Dr.Morimoto served as a Y2K advisor to President Clinton, cyber-security advisor to President Bush, and serves on the Board for the NASA and Smithsonian Institute affiliate Chabot Space and Science Center, is a Regent for St.Mary’s College, and sits on the Advisory Boards for the Institute of International Education and the Fulbright Center in Washington DC. Rand’s Blog:
|Harold studied hard to snag an impressive array of certifications, including MCSE, MCT, CNI, CNE and HP Engineering. He's also delivered "too many events to count," and loves talking to customers about technology, especially when it's connected to deployment and better business impacts. Despite his many technological accomplishments, Harold says his biggest challenge has been raising two children. He's a self-described Type A personality with a dash of perfectionism and a rare even temper – all the better for delivering top-notch events. If he wasn't working in technology, Harold says he'd love to get into the kitchen and start chopping, slicing, dicing and creating gourmet masterpieces as a professional chef. Harold's Blog:
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Published Date: August 30, 2010