Even with Microsoft’s focus on Azure and cloud services, there are still improvements made for organizations that support an on-premise or hybrid infrastructure. The latest version of Microsoft’s popular email and calendar scheduling server product boast several new improvements including: document collaboration, improved support for Outlook on the web, eDiscovery, MAPI over HTTP, data loss prevention, updates to the Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) and more. Join our LRS Education Services training event to learn how to deploy and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. Gain experience through our hands-on labs specific to the above scenarios.
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Plan now to join LRS Education Services for “The Microsoft Cloud—Getting Started with Azure” on Tuesday, May 24, 12-1 p.m. (CST) Webinar.
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Hey all, it’s Troy and welcome back! We here on the LRS Education Services blog team really appreciate you reading all of the exciting information we put out. Because it’s exciting! Really!
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Did you miss the LRS Education Services webinar last week on “Why You Should Have Your Head in the Cloud”?
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Give us an hour and we’ll show you how to have more fun and stop wasting time.
That’s right, more fun and more efficient time management await when you join Troy Stoneking of LRS Education Services for a free one-hour webinar on utilizing a Private Cloud with Microsoft System Center.
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