Microsoft’s 2016 server platforms have begun their release cycle, with both Skype for Business and Exchange 2016 already released. System Center Configuration Manager 2016 was released in a preliminary capacity in late 2015, while the remainder of the System Center 2016 suite, Windows Server 2016 and SharePoint 2016 are expected to release throughout 2016. We’ll help you navigate the road map with our review on the features and functionality of these new server platforms and a discussion about how they will impact law firm technology.
Joe Hoegler, a Practice Leader at Kraft & Kennedy, Inc., leads the company’s infrastructure and enterprise systems practice group. He is responsible for direction, delivery and thought leadership in the areas of messaging systems and unified communications, directory services, server virtualization, storage area networking, network infrastructure, high availability and disaster recovery, and data center design. Joe has led or advised over 100 projects on Exchange 2010/2013 for law firm clients totaling over 100,000 users, and has presented at numerous industry conferences.
Rob Brindell is a Managing Director at Kraft & Kennedy, Inc. Rob has been providing a wide variety of consulting services to law firms of all sizes for over 20 years. He has been involved in many consulting projects, including messaging design and planning, document management design and implementation, desktop deployments, disaster recovery/business continuity planning, email archiving, storage design and implementation, and server and desktop virtualization. Rob can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Microsoft Road Map for 2016 Server Platforms
Lunch Sponsor: Kraft & Kennedy, Inc.
Registration/Lunch: 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Presentation will start promptly at 12:00 p.m.