I’ll be speaking at IT/Dev Connections 2015 this September in Las Vegas

In less than two months’ time I’ll be flying up to Vegas once again to speak at IT/Dev Connections, a week-long conference covering Enterprise Collaboration, Cloud/Data Center, Development, Enterprise Management & much more. Following-up from my sessions last year, this year I’ll be presenting:

End-to-End Exchange 2013 Troubleshooting Scenarios

In last year’s session I covered many useful tools & techniques for troubleshooting Exchange Server. Due to popular demand, I’ll be delivering a similar session with a slightly different spin. I’ll be covering commonly seen break-fix scenarios based on real-life customer support calls. We’ll go from identifying the issue, gathering data, resolving the issue, & preventing similar issues from happening again. I’ll showcase useful troubleshooting techniques as well as some lesser known tools to keep in your tool belt.

Storage Configuration Options for Exchange 2013

Much time has been spent debating which storage solution Exchange should be deployed on (often dependent upon cost, simplicity, politics, existing infrastructure, etc.) but this session will instead focus on how to best deploy on the various storage solution options once that decision has been made. I’ll also go into proper storage testing & validation procedures for when it’s time to actually go live with it all.

So while Vegas will likely be pretty hot the week of Sept 14th-17th, The Aria Resort & Casino is quite comfortable. Book your spot now, I hope to see you there & please feel free to chat me up at the conference!

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