Friday, January 27, 2012

Exchange 2010 Microsoft Certified Masters (MCM) Training & Certification Overview


Don’t miss this one; register now to learn more about Exchange MCM

Event ID: 1032506718

Presenter(s): David Bjurman-Birr.
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Office 365.
Audience(s): Architect, Infrastructure Specialist, IT Manager, Pro Dev/Programmer and Training - Partners.

Communication drives business. Whether onsite or in the cloud, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is a critical infrastructure to ensure availability and security of an organization’s email, calendar, and contacts. Microsoft Certified Masters (MCMs) who are certified on Exchange Server 2010 are specialists in the design, migration, implementation, and optimization of the mail experience across multiple devices—which in turn helps lower messaging costs and helps ensure availability and security.
All Microsoft Certified Masters on Exchange Server 2010 become an immediate part of an exclusive community of experts that includes fellow graduates and members of the Exchange Server product group as well as valuable resources to which they can contribute and from which they can draw the collective knowledge of that community at any time.

At this event, MCM Program Management will provide a detailed overview for potential candidates and their sponsors.

Session Objectives:


  • Understand the goals and offerings of the Exchange 2010 MCM program
  • Understand the program value proposition
  • Plan preparation for Exchange 2010 MCM

Agenda:
  • Program Mission & Vision
  • Program Contents
  • Training Experience
  • Application & Preparation Process
  • Pricing Model
  • Value Proposition
  • Q&A

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see you soon, Hany Donia

2 comments:

Frank Martin said...

Hey i really like your blog specially your article about Microsoft Exchange Server.I already book mark it.Looking forward for more Articles on Microsoft Certification

Hany Donia said...

Thanks Frank for your visit and comment