I quickly wanted to share with you some of my upcoming speaking engagements for the next few months. The events I’m speaking on are all free and I encourage you to register as they contain lot’s of useful information. Good events are not always the ones you have to pay for!
The first event will be on the 7th of June: Microsoft Experience Days, more particular on the “Experience Windows Server 2012”-event. I will be talking about the improvements on Failover Clustering. Some of you might find this odd, since I mostly speak about Exchange and Office 365, but I’m very exited to talk about the new features in Windows Server 2012 as this magnificent OS has had a major overhaul compared to it’s predecessor Windows Server 2008 R2. Believe me: there is a lot to talk about!
The second event will be the Belgian Community Day on June 21st where I will be doing a duo-presentation with my colleague Koen Vermoesen on our experiences with Exchange Server 2010 and archiving. This “Notes from the field”-session will be packed with useful information about what archiving in Exchange can (or cannot) do for you.
Looking further down the road, there are some pretty good chances I will be speaking at other events as well. Perhaps if I’m lucky, I will be able to do a session together with Peter De Tender at this year’s MCT Summit in Warsaw…We’ll see!
Hope to see you all there!