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SpeakersForDeepDive2010: Advisor; Microsoft MVP

FullName

Lee Benjamin 

Last

Benjamin 

First

Lee 

Title

Advisor; Microsoft MVP 

Company

Exchange Guy Consulting 

IsSponsor

False 

Topic

Exchange Virtualization 

Bio

With over 20 years experience in the messaging industry, Lee Benjamin is an expert on Microsoft Exchange and related technologies. Since retiring from Microsoft in 1997, he has been a highly sought after consultant for enterprise and medium-sized organizations and software firms. He currently specializes in Exchange 2010 architecture, migration and upgrade advice, and product strategy/positioning for ISV's. He also evaluates and does product testing and training.

Lee is chairman of the largest Exchange user group in the world ExchangeServerBoston, and actively engaged with other groups and organizations including GITCA (formerly Culminis) BostonUserGroups, WindowsBoston, and Virtg. For his involvement with the IT professional user group community, he is recognized as a Most Valuable Professional by Microsoft.

Lee is a regular speaker at industry conferences such as TechEd, Exchange Connections, TechTarget Seminars, and online webinars on topics such as data protection, compliance and eDiscovery, messaging security, mobile access, and unified communications.

email

LeeB@ExchangeGuy.com 

Phone

 

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Confirmed

Yes 

Target Audiences

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Description

Lee Benjamin, internationally known as "The Exchange Guy",  will demonstrate how you can virtualize Microsoft Exchange Server.  He will be using the Exchange 2010 RTM, which would be a cool enough demonstration itself, but focusing on the good and bad of virtualizing the oh-so-important piece of software.
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