Are you an Exchange Maestro?

Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Register to become an Exchange 2010 Maestro!

Exchange superstarts Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux will focus on the key “gotchas” and hurdles experienced by IT professionals in the real world. The workshop will cover Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 as well as the RTM version released by Microsoft in October 2009.

Paul writes,

The Exchange Maestro program is a 300/400-level blitz of all the major features of Exchange 2010. We assume good knowledge of Exchange 2003/2007, and we have enough new material so that even people with some 2010 experience will learn something useful.  In addition to the lecture material, attendees get a full set of Exchange 2010 lab VMs on a take-home disk drive. That frees attendees to focus on learning because they can work on the labs during scheduled lab times, in the evenings, or once they return home.

On the third day we have a sort of capstone exercise where the attendees form teams and design an Exchange 2010 organization, then present their design proposal to Tony, playing the role of a hard-nosed customer CIO.

I have a discount registration code for you to share with your readers: “PAUL” will net $250 off for the US events, and “PAUL100” will net 100 pounds off the London event.

If you administer Exchange 2010, this is a worthwhile opportunity to learn from some of the best! 

Use the discount codes above to save $250 in the US or £100 in Europe off regular registration.  Read more at the Become an Exchange 2010 Maestro website.

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