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Microsoft Exchange Workshop November 2013: “Deploy a Multivendor Strategy to Better Leverage Exchange Migration and Upgrade”. The combination of GSX, GWAVA and VEEAM offers Administrators and IT …

Microsoft Exchange Workshop November 2013: “Deploy a Multivendor Strategy to Better Leverage Exchange Migration and Upgrade”. The combination of GSX, GWAVA and VEEAM offers Administrators and IT Managers a solid range of tools to leverage their Exchange Migration & Upgrade.
Check out speakers’ presentations to learn why deploying a multivendor strategy can better leverage your Microsoft investment.
- What is new in Exchange 2013? Microsoft
- Exchange Server Performance & Reports- GSX Solutions
- Archiving & Compliance for Exchange- GWAVA
- Data Protection for Exchange- Veeam

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  • 1. What is new in EX2013 ! Thierry Gasser Technical Sales Professional (TSP) thierryg@microsoft.com © Photo: http://photos.eppo.org
  • 2. Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Enterprise Network AD Edge Transport Routing and AV/AS Mobile phone DAG CAS MBX CAS MBX CAS MBX CAS MBX CAS MBX Layer 4 LB External SMTP servers CAS Array Web browser Outlook (remote user) Outlook (local user) Line of business application Phone system (PBX or VOIP)
  • 3. E2010 Architecture E2013 Architecture L4 LB Hardware LB CAS, HT, UM L7 LB AuthN, Proxy, Re-direct CAS2013 AuthN, Proxy, Re-direct Protocols, API, Biz-logic Protocols, Assistants, API, Biz-logic MBX2013 MBX Assistants, Store, CI Store, CI
  • 4. Outlook Web App Outlook EAS EAC PowerShell POP/IMAP SMTP SIP Load Balancer Redirect IIS Client Access POP , IMAP HTTP Proxy SMTP SMTP POP IMAP , HTTP UM IIS RpcProxy RPS RPC CA OWA, EAS, EWS, ECP , OAB POP IMAP Transport Mailbox MDB MailQ UM SIP + RTP
  • 5. • • • • Windows® Phone Apple Palm/HP Nokia
  • 6. Protect communications
  • 7. Online Online
  • 8. • Basic level built-in to Exchange Server 2013 • Simple configuration and monitoring • Same anti-virus engine as System Center Endpoint Protection • Scans through the transport service
  • 9. • Predefined rules targeted at sensitive data types • Advanced content detection Combination of regular expressions, dictionaries, and internal functions (e.g. validate checksum on credit card numbers) • Extensibility for customer and ISV defined data types
  • 10. preserve & discover Office data in-place without changing user or admin experience Discover Preserve In-Place Archive Hold MRM eDiscovery Based on a Secondary mailbox with separate quota Capture deleted and edited email messages Automated and time-based criteria to delete or move to archive Search primary, archive, and recoverable items Available on-premises, online, or through EOA Lync 2013 Archives into Exchange 2013 Search across Primary & Archive – OLK & OWA Time-Based In-Place Hold Query-Based In-Place Hold Hold across Ex, SP, Lync Set policies at item or folder level – admin or end user Consistent MRM(Messaging Record management) OWA UI De-duplication & Search statistics Federated Discovery across Ex, SP, Lync Case Management In-Place preview Export search results
  • 11. Cloud Archive (EOA) Fully Hosted PRIMARY PRIMARY ARCHIVE ARCHIVE Hybrid PRIMARY ARCHIVE PRIMARY ARCHIVE
  • 12. 3rd party apps animated
  • 13. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj200581%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx