If you’re at Microsoft Ignite this week (24th-29th September 2017) in Orlando, you’ll no doubt be enjoying the many announcements about great new features and capabilities coming to Office 365, Exchange Online, Microsoft Teams and many more.
Over the week, there’s a lot of great technical content and deep dives on many topics. I’m really excited to be a part of the speaking team this year and I’m presenting three great sessions covering a few of my favourite things. Exchange Online migrations, Powershell and Exchange Server itself.
My sessions are on Wednesday and Thursday this week, and I’d love it if you could join me for –
The top ten Powershell sessions for Exchange
|Hyatt Plaza International H||45 min Wednesday 3:15-4:00|
No matter whether you use the Exchange Admin Center for almost every task, or you leverage PowerShell for Exchange activities daily, you’ll want to attend this Theater! MVP Steve Goodman packs the five most useful PowerShell commands for Exchange IT pros into a demo-filled 20 minutes.
|OCCC W315||75 min Thursday 12:30–1:45|
The FastTrack Center provides a wealth of resources and assistance to help you migrate your on-premises data into Office 365. However, there are some steps that belong to the IT pro when leveraging Exchange hybrid to migrate the data. MVP Steve Goodman offers valuable insights based on a number of such migrations in which he’s fine tuned the process.
|OCCC West Hall F1||75 min Thursday 4:00–5:15|
We’ve assembled an amazing set of Exchange MVP luminaries, representing scores of years of experience, to share their unvarnished truth about all things Exchange. You won’t want to miss your chance to ask questions and hear this panel’s expert opinions. Hiring this set of experts for 75 minutes would cost you a fortune, but by attending this session, you’ll only pay the small fee of having to listen to them occasionally poke fun at Microsoft – and each other.
I’ll be presenting this with –
- Michael Van Horenbeeck,
- Ingo Gegenwarth,
- Nicolas Blank,
- Tony Redmond,
- Jeff Guillet,
- Andrew Higginbotham