Post Mortem: Migrating from Exchange 5.5
Whitney Roberts - December 2006
The Kentucky Department of Education recently upgraded its 178 individual school districts from Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003. Take an in-depth look at the hurdles they faced and how they ultimately planned, tested, and rolled out the new implementation while meeting stated business and security goals.
Post Mortem: Self-Service Identity and Access Management
Microsoft IT Showcase and Lana Chin - September 2006
Post Mortem: Securing a Government Agency with Smart Cards
John Morello - November • December 2005
Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD12) requires Federal government agencies to begin utilizing strong, two-factor authentication for physical and logical access to Federal buildings and computer systems.
Post Mortem: Migrating 240,000 Mailboxes And 29 Domains
Dennis Swenson - Spring 2005
I recently participated in a project with a large agency of the United States federal government as they migrated and consolidated their servers from Exchange Server 5. 5 to Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003.
Post Mortem: Dissecting A Successful Campus Integration Project
Theresa Auricchio - Winter 2005
Two colleges in the City University of New York (CUNY) system needed to implement a student retention system. The system, a client/server application, would sit beside an IBM mainframe.