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Last Chance: Exchange Client Access and Load Balancing Webinar with Nathan Winters

Last chance to signup for this Webinar with Nathan Winters. Join over 400 Exchange Professionals, who have already registered, to hear Nathan Winters discuss changes in Exchange 2013.

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Learn about the dramatic changes in the Exchange CAS role

The Exchange CAS role has changed dramatically in Exchange 2013 however it is still absolutely critical to the operation of Exchange. Understand how clients connect to Exchange 2013 whether in a single site, multi-site, or different version topology and what the load balancing requirements are for Exchange 2013.register now

About Nathan Winters – Productivity Solution Professional, Microsoft

nathan winters

Nathan Winters has worked in IT since graduating from the Royal College of Music (RCM) in 2003 where he studied the clarinet! His first job was at the RCM, migrating from Exchange 5.5 and Windows NT4 to Exchange and Windows Server 2003. Winters has since worked in a variety of roles for Microsoft partners including consultancy and practice management. He now works for Microsoft UK as an Exchange Technical Specialist. Before joining Microsoft, Winters was active in the UK technical community running the Exchange user group (MMMUG) and writing numerous articles for Windows IT Pro magazine and MSExchange.org website amongst others. He was awarded as a Microsoft MVP between 2006 and 2011.

Books

Throughout 2011 Winters worked on Mastering Microsoft Lync Server 2010 for Sybex which was published in early 2012. In 2013 Sybex will be publishing two more book by Winters; Mastering Microsoft Lync Server 2013 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2013; Design, Deploy and Deliver an Enterprise Messaging Solution.

On the rare occasions when he is not working, he enjoys wildlife photography and badminton. You can contact him via his blog: http://nathanwinters.co.uk or on Twitter @nathanwinters

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