Aqui estão os webcasts de messaging e colaboração para Outubro. Obrigado mais uma vez Eileen.
- Microsoft Webcast: Unlock Lotus Notes Using Microsoft Collaboration Technologies
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Cliff Reeves, General Manager, Microsoft Corporation Gary Devendorf, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation Jim Bernardo, Enterprise Technical Strategist, Microsoft Corporation
With advancements in technology, and major new software releases on the horizon from Microsoft and IBM, IBM Lotus Notes/Domino customers are re-examining their readiness for collaboration. In this webcast we discuss how customers can extend their Notes and Domino investments with Microsoft technologies, and why now is the right time to evaluate solutions for integrating your Notes applications within the Microsoft collaboration platform.
- TechNet Webcast: Overview of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 Administration Features (Level 300)
Tuesday, October 18, 2005 - 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Malvin M. Seale, Technical Lead, Microsoft Corporation Get an overview of the new administration features for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2). This webcast covers changes to the 16GB limit and database size management, Public Folder management enhancements, and improvements to the Offline Address Book in Exchange Server 2003 SP2.
- TechNet Webcast: Accessing Exchange Server from Your Mobile Device Using SP2 (Level 300)
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 - 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Max Ciccotosto, Lead Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Does your organization have all the mobile access it could use in the areas of security, flexibility, and affordability? This webcast discusses and demonstrates how Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 provides secure and affordable remote and mobile access to e-mail and Personal Information Manager information across a range of mobile devices. Explore the new mobility enhancements in Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2, including the new always-up-to-date functionality, configuring personal identification number lock settings, remotely wiping a device, configuring soft certificates to access Exchange, and other new mobility enhancements.
- TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2003 In Depth (Part 1 of 14): Deployment Planning (Level 200)
Wednesday, October 26, 2005 - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Harold Wong, Technology Specialist, Microsoft Corporation
How do you effectively plan and deploy Microsoft Exchange Server 2003? Start with this first webcast of the Exchange Server 2003 Series, where we examine the planning phase of any Exchange deployment. Learn the basic consideration for deployment, including hardware and software required to support one or more Exchange servers. From there we examine the infrastructure requirements, covering basic services such as Domain Name System, Microsoft Internet Information Services and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. Finally, we explain the biggest infrastructure requirement, Active Directory directory service. Covering integration and deployment paths, the presentation shows how Exchange and Active Directory are linked and how to deploy this critical service.
- TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2003 In Depth (Part 2 of 14): Coexistence and Migration (Level 200)
Friday, October 28, 2005 - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Harold Wong, Technology Specialist, Microsoft Corporation
Does migration have to be a headache? Not if you create a clear path and follow it. This webcast examines coexistence and migration scenarios when moving from Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 or Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. Connecting a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 environment to Active Directory as a starting point, the webcast shows how to connect the two directory services and troubleshoot them if they stop performing. With the Active Directory service established, learn how to integrate Exchange Server 2003 into this environment. The webcast concludes with a look at the upgrade path for Exchange Server 2000 deployments to Exchange Server 2003.
- Momentum Webcast: Exchange Server Sizing (Level 100)
Thursday, October 27, 2005 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Steve Tramack, Senior Engineering Manager, HP Solution Alliances, HP
Successful Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 deployments depend upon properly sizing and configuring your server environment and storage subsystem. A solid understanding of the business needs and technical constraints of these systems is critical to providing a configuration that offers performance at the service levels demanded by your organization. This webcast outlines a six-step methodology for performance planning that provides best practices related to the key sizing resources for sizing Exchange 2003 back-end servers. We identify available tools and resources from Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft for planning a successful messaging environment.
- TechNet Webcast: A Comprehensive Look at Anti-Spam Technologies in Exchange 2003 SP2 (Level 300)
Monday, October 17, 2005 - 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Mihai Costea, Program Manager, Exchange Server, Microsoft Corporation Alexander Nikolayev, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
To keep your information technology infrastructure safe, you must be up-to-date on the latest threats and the countermeasures to block or mitigate them. This webcast presents the complete view of the anti-spam techniques in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2. It includes descriptions and technical drill-downs for features that originally shipped in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, plus the additions in Service Pack 2. The webcast concludes with tips and tricks for fighting spam.
- TechNet Webcast: E-mail Authentication: Importance in Your E-mail Hygiene Strategy (Level 300)
Friday, October 21, 2005 - 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Craig Spiezle, Director, Microsoft Corporation Harry Katz, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
E-mail authentication is as essential to e-mail hygiene strategy as it is to building online trust. This webcast outlines the myths and realities of Sender ID, an industry-wide approach to dealing with the problem of e-mail spoofing and phishing. In this webcast we show how the results of Sender ID must be included in the overall e-mail trustworthiness score. Learn the importance of adding reputation to identity, and see how this improves deliverability of legitimate mail, detection of phishing exploits and reduces the occurrence of false positives. This presentation includes a review of industry momentum and progress around anti-spam and anti-phishing efforts. The webcast also shows examples of creating records, and discusses various complementary e-mail authentication approaches.