A quick reminder to those in the Hewlett-Packard-o-sphere: I’m moderating a roundtable discussion with Jeff Mealiffe from Microsoft and Donald Livengood and Stuart Ladd from H-P next week at H-P’s Discover 2012 event. Our session, RT3036, is on Wednesday morning. The abstract only hints at the Exchange-y goodness that awaits; we have an interesting list of questions to discuss, and we’ve saved a large chunk of time for audience questions. It should be a lot of fun, and I hope if you’re there you’ll drop by and say hello.
This roundtable session will assess, compare and critique the different options when deploying Microsoft Exchange 2010. Our goal is to highlight important criteria, including advantages and disadvantages, to use while planning. To provide a balanced perspective, we’ll feature technical experts from both HP and Microsoft. The session will be moderated by Paul Robichaux, a Microsoft MVP. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the discussion.
It’s a short trip so I won’t really have any time to sightsee, although I do plan to hit the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame. H-P is holding a preview screening of Madagascar 3, which I believe was rendered on H-P hardware, but I’m going to hold off watching that until I can see it with the boys. So it’s pinball for me (though sadly they don’t have my favorite machine).