TU14 Implementing and Securing Outlook for Out-of-the-Office Users

October 19th, 2010

3:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Prerequisite: None

J. Peter Bruzzese

ClipTraining/Conversational Geek/InfoWorld/Mimecast

More and more our users no longer work at their desks. Modern mobile devices make out-of-office connectivity more appealing through ActiveSync connectivity back to Exchange. How do you implement and secure ActiveSync? Why is it a must-have feature for your mobile connections? How does it ensure the security of company data in the event a device is lost or stolen? Get the answers from Exchange guru Peter Bruzzese in this session. In it, Peter will also explore features like Outlook Anywhere. This client solution uses an RPC over HTTP connection back to your in-house Exchange, without going through a VPN. How do you implement, secure and control access to your users with Outlook Anywhere? This session will explore these and other out-of-office connection features (like OWA) from both the implementation and securing perspective.