Microsoft's Exchange Conference is going ahead as planned next week despite America's high anxiety about air t...
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This Sunday, MEC 2001 kicks off at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. It runs through Thursday. Sessions, keynotes and hands-on lab sessions will go ahead as planned, albeit with a closer eye to security.
Session tracks include administration and management; deployment and planning; mobility; business integration and collaboration. Attendees can also get up to speed with technology briefings on Exchange 2000 Server, Active Directory, Application Center, Microsoft Operations Manager, BizTalk server and others.
Various Microsoft execs will also deliver daily keynotes. In the opening address, Paul Flessner, senior vice president of .Net Enterprise Server Division, will explain how Exchange users are taking advantage of XML Web Services. Flessner will be joined by Juha Christensen, Microsoft's vice president of mobile marketing, who will discuss the new version of Microsoft Mobile Information Server.
Later in the week, Cliff Reeves, vice president of marketing for Windows.Net Server product management group, will discuss the latest developments in .Net Enterprise Servers and Microsoft's enterprise strategy. Also Kurt DelBene, vice president in the Office group, will address strategies for collaboration and productivity on the .Net Platform.
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