This TechNet Webcast should be worth attending if you’re planning to migrate one or more Notes customers to an Exchange platform.
Description: A development group at Microsoft is devoted to providing tools and utilities to assist Lotus Notes customers with migrating to or co-existing with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft .NET. If you currently work with Lotus Notes, check out this webcast to find out what tools are available now and what is planned for the future. Never before has there been this much emphasis on helping Lotus Notes customers embrace the Microsoft platform. It is worth your time to stay up-to-date on the latest developments, because things are changing fast.
Presenter: Erik Ashby, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation, and Gary Devendorf, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
Erik Ashby has been working in electronic messaging since 1991, focusing on Microsoft Exchange Server since he joined the company in 1997. Erik helps create solutions for migrating from non-Microsoft messaging systems to Exchange, and he directs the development of many tools that are available for this purpose. These include the current set of IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino tools. He is also knowledgeable about deploying and configuring Exchange, and integrating it with Microsoft Active Directory.
As a technical evangelist for Microsoft collaboration products, Gary Devendorf works to integrate Microsoft .NET with IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino. Before he came to Microsoft, Gary was a product manager at Lotus for Java, XML, Web services, the COM toolkit, Lotus Domino objects, Lotus Domino collaboration objects, and LotusScript. He is well known in the Lotus Notes developer community, and you can find many of his demonstrations at www.msdomino.net.
BTW when it comes to tools used to move customers to an Exchange platform, this blog is worth adding to your RSS reader.