Introducing “Microsoft Mondays”. A program consisting of a series of Webcasts showcasing various Microsoft products and technologies. Each Monday we discuss a particular topic pertaining to development, infrastructure, Office tools, ERP, client/server operating systems etc. The webcast will be broadcast via LiveMeeting and can viewed from a web client. The idea behind the “Microsoft Mondays” program is to help you become more proficient in the products and technologies that you use and help you utilize their full potential.
Level – 300 ( Intermediate – Advanced )
This is an exclusive session which is an IT Showcase that is conducted by an SME from MSIT team to share a unique, inside view and experience into how Microsoft plans for, deploys, and manages MS Lync Server 2010 in its own enterprise environment. It’s a great chance to get you in touch DIRECTLY with our MSIT team to hear from them, learn the best practices and raise your questions to MSIT team.
Date: April 16, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (GMT+3)
Featuring: Bremen Lee, SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER, Microsoft IT
SharePoint 2010 is considered one of best platforms for Rapid Application Development. Agile development is one of the best techniques to develop applications but it should be used with caution. In today’s session we will talk about how to use scrum to deliver SharePoint application why the two are best fit together. What are the pros and cons for this approach.
Date: April 23, 2012
Wael A. Kabli – IT Architecture and Planning Advisor
Othman Al-Hukail – Microsoft Enterprise Services Consultant
Mohammad Shobani – Microsoft Enterprise Services Consultant
Level – 300 ( Intermediate – Advanced)
Exchange Server 2010 introduces numerous advances in performance, scalability, and reliability, while lowering the total cost of ownership. This Webcast discusses the Exchange Server 2010 deployment within Microsoft IT. The session includes descriptions of the Exchange Server 2010 roles, design criteria, hardware choices, and operational changes.
Date: April 30, 2012
Featuring: Carl McBain, Microsoft IT