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Publisher Comments:

Meeting the Messaging Needs of Your Business

As a systems administrator, you're expected to respond to the technical requirements of your organization while trying to fit them into its overall business goals. Few IT professionals have the combination of skills needed to pull it off. This unique book bridges that gap. It takes you beyond the routine administration tasks and teaches you how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers alike. You'll learn how to assess the enterprise's vital messaging needs and management's expected return on investment (ROI), how to build an effective infrastructure plan to meet those goals, and finally, how to present your business case, win plan approval, and start implementation.

With pages of clear-cut explanations, case studies, and real-world scenarios, this hands-on guide walks you through every phase, from planning to development to deployment, while offering strategic and practical techniques you'll find valuable throughout your professional career.

  • Understand the basic tenets of service-oriented architecture (SOA)

  • Assess your current Exchange infrastructure and capacities

  • Examine management's business goals and forecast for future growth

  • Plan the right infrastructure, including deployment, compliance, anti-spam and anti-virus, security, and mail archiving

  • Explore and establish Exchange Server 2007 server roles, including Edge Transport, Unified Messaging, ActiveSync®, POP3 and IMAP4, Outlook® Web Access, and more

  • Outline objectives, determine resources, set timelines, and create functional documentation for your solutions and processes

  • Present your business case to decision-makers, including cost analysis, expected benefits, and criteria for determining success

Book News Annotation:

Tschanz has been working with and managing large datasets for 30 years, including analysis of population dynamics, voting behavior, and epidemiological data, and is the author of six books and 100-plus articles on computer topics. He presents a practical text for IT systems administrators describing how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers. Coverage includes basic information about how IT workers and business managers can work together to establish a common ground, determining business requirements, planning the exchange infrastructure, applying planning principles to Exchange Server 2007, planning server roles, building the business proposal, developing a change management program, managing user expectations, setting up a change request process, deploying Exchange Server 2007, and tweaking the infrastructure. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

As a systems administrator, you're expected to respond to the technical requirements of your organization while trying to fit them into its overall business goals. Few IT professionals have the combination of skills needed to pull it off. This unique book bridges that gap. It takes you beyond the routine administration tasks and teaches you how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers alike.

Synopsis:

Meeting the Messaging Needs of Your Business

As a systems administrator, you're expected to respond to the technical requirements of your organization while trying to fit them into its overall business goals. Few IT professionals have the combination of skills needed to pull it off. This unique book bridges that gap. It takes you beyond the routine administration tasks and teaches you how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers alike. You'll learn how to assess the enterprise's vital messaging needs and management's expected return on investment (ROI), how to build an effective infrastructure plan to meet those goals, and finally, how to present your business case, win plan approval, and start implementation.

With pages of clear-cut explanations, case studies, and real-world scenarios, this hands-on guide walks you through every phase, from planning to development to deployment, while offering strategic and practical techniques you'll find valuable throughout your professional career.

  • Understand the basic tenets of service-oriented architecture (SOA)

  • Assess your current Exchange infrastructure and capacities

  • Examine management's business goals and forecast for future growth

  • Plan the right infrastructure, including deployment, compliance, anti-spam and anti-virus, security, and mail archiving

  • Explore and establish Exchange Server 2007 server roles, including Edge Transport, Unified Messaging, ActiveSync®, POP3 and IMAP4, Outlook® Web Access, and more

  • Outline objectives, determine resources, set timelines, and create functional documentation for your solutions and processes

  • Present your business case to decision-makers, including cost analysis, expected benefits, and criteria for determining success

About the Author

David W. Tschanz, PhD, MCSE, CIW, has been working with and managing large datasets for four decades. His work includes analysis of population dynamics, voting behavior, and epidemiological data. He has been writing on computer topics for the past several years, producing three books and over 100 articles.

Table of Contents

1. Principles.

2. Building The Right Infrastructure: Determining Business Requirements.

3. Planning The Exchange Infrastructure.

4. Applying Planning Principles To Exchange Server 2007.

5. Planning Server Roles.

6. Building A Business Case.

7. Managing User Expectations.

8. Change Management.

9. Setting Up A Change Request Process.

10. Deploying.

11. Tweaking.

12. Consulting.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780470224465
Subtitle:
A Service-Oriented Approach
Author:
Tschanz, David W
Author:
Tschanz, David W.
Publisher:
Sybex
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Client-server computing
Subject:
Electronic mail systems
Subject:
Operating Systems - General
Subject:
Client-Server Computing - Windows
Subject:
Microsoft Windows-Windows 2000 Professional
Subject:
Networking
Copyright:
Edition Description:
WebSite Associated w/Book
Publication Date:
April 2008
Binding:
Electronic book text in proprietary or open standard format
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
426
Dimensions:
9.24x7.38x.99 in. 1.47 lbs.

Related Subjects

Computers and Internet » Networking » General
Computers and Internet » Operating Systems » Microsoft Windows » Microsoft Exchange
Computers and Internet » Operating Systems » Microsoft Windows » Server Applications
Science and Mathematics » Mathematics » General

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"Synopsis" by , As a systems administrator, you're expected to respond to the technical requirements of your organization while trying to fit them into its overall business goals. Few IT professionals have the combination of skills needed to pull it off. This unique book bridges that gap. It takes you beyond the routine administration tasks and teaches you how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers alike.
"Synopsis" by , Meeting the Messaging Needs of Your Business

As a systems administrator, you're expected to respond to the technical requirements of your organization while trying to fit them into its overall business goals. Few IT professionals have the combination of skills needed to pull it off. This unique book bridges that gap. It takes you beyond the routine administration tasks and teaches you how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers alike. You'll learn how to assess the enterprise's vital messaging needs and management's expected return on investment (ROI), how to build an effective infrastructure plan to meet those goals, and finally, how to present your business case, win plan approval, and start implementation.

With pages of clear-cut explanations, case studies, and real-world scenarios, this hands-on guide walks you through every phase, from planning to development to deployment, while offering strategic and practical techniques you'll find valuable throughout your professional career.

  • Understand the basic tenets of service-oriented architecture (SOA)

  • Assess your current Exchange infrastructure and capacities

  • Examine management's business goals and forecast for future growth

  • Plan the right infrastructure, including deployment, compliance, anti-spam and anti-virus, security, and mail archiving

  • Explore and establish Exchange Server 2007 server roles, including Edge Transport, Unified Messaging, ActiveSync®, POP3 and IMAP4, Outlook® Web Access, and more

  • Outline objectives, determine resources, set timelines, and create functional documentation for your solutions and processes

  • Present your business case to decision-makers, including cost analysis, expected benefits, and criteria for determining success

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