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March 22, 2007

News

  • Azaleos Updates OneServer for Microsoft Exchange 2007 More
  • Updated Microsoft Hosting Solutions Give Service Providers the Tools to Attract Small and Midsize Businesses More

Insights & Observations

There are no public Insights & Observations today.

Other News and Insights in Today's Paid Version of This Newsletter:

  • Role of Server-Based Email for Consumers
  • Cemaphore MailShadow 2.0
  • Enterprise IM strategies
  • Cisco Completes Acquisition of Reactivity

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Exchange 2007: Implementation Best Practices
Free Webinar. Wednesday, April 18, 2007
8:30am Pacific, 11:30am Eastern, 4:30pm UK, 5:30pm CET. One hour.

Microsoft Exchange 2007 represents the most significant release of Exchange to date. In this webinar, Ferris Research presents the findings of its Exchange 2007 First Impressions Survey. We also hear from industry experts who have worked hands-on with Exchange 2007. The focus of the webinar is on implementation. Topics include premigration planning, deployment, coexistence, administration, and management.

To register for this webinar, click here. For more information, click here.

Emerging Messaging Technologies
Free Webinar. Wednesday, May 16, 2007
8:30am Pacific, 11:30am Eastern, 4:30pm UK, 5:30pm CET. One and one-half hours.

This webinar consists of short presentations from companies with interesting, promising, and innovative technology. Ferris senior analysts David Ferris and Nick Shelness comment on each of the technologies and then moderate a general discussion.

To register for this webinar, click here. For more information, click here.


CAREERS MARKETPLACE

Want to Place a Job Ad? We've just started this new section in our newsletters. If you're looking to hire someone that has messaging skills, send us your ad and we'll run it. It's a great way to connect, because over 4,000 messaging professionals read the newsletters. And best of all, there's no charge! Send ads to iree.jordan@ferris.com. Other details:

  • Start with the job title. Then give a line or two that elaborates, and contact information
  • Readers are spread across many countries. The largest numbers are in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Netherlands
  • IT managers: All types of messaging professionals read the newsletters, so it's a good place to find messaging support staff
  • Vendors: Don't send ads for lower level positions, or positions that don't require a messaging background, such as QA engineers. The people who read our newsletters are specifically interested in messaging

CALL FOR SPEAKERS AT FERRIS WEBINARS

Email Archiving Beauty Contest, Jul 18
Email Capacity Planning, Sep 26

Ferris Research is soliciting speakers for the following webinars:

  • Email Archiving Beauty Contest, Jul 18. Several email archiving vendors concisely present their solution, its key strengths, and unique selling propositions. A Q&A session moderated and interpreted by a Ferris analyst follows. Participants learn the main differences between leading products.
  • Email Capacity Planning, Sep 26. Messaging managers find it hard to predict the amount and nature of local and server storage. We look at a number of tools that can help. In each case, we briefly explain the product and where its greatest value lies. A Q&A session follows.

Speakers talk for five to 10 minutes on the topic and are joined by three or four other speakers. Attendees are IT staff supporting email technologies, consultants, vendor product managers, and investors.

The webinars start at 8:30 a.m. PST and last one hour. We typically have at least 500 registrants and around 200 actual attendees, so it's good exposure. Participating vendors also have the opportunity to use the events as lead generators by promoting the event to prospective customers.

In return, we'll give you a six-month subscription to our for-fee news service, which provides comprehensive coverage of messaging and collaboration technology. It's an extremely quick way to keep current with the news, and is normally only available to organizations that subscribe to our full information service. See a sample here.

Please contact Mona Cohen at mona.cohen@ferris.com.

ABOUT FERRIS RESEARCH

Ferris Research is an analyst firm specializing on the business use of email and collaborative technologies. Our clients are IT professionals or vendors active in this field.

Main topics we cover:

  • Email retention/archiving, regulations compliance, e-discovery
  • Spam & malware control
  • Mobile messaging
  • Email upgrades & migrations
  • Instant messaging and presence
  • Team workspaces
  • Content management
  • Email encryption
  • Calendaring & scheduling
  • Consumer messaging
  • ISP messaging

Our main services are:

  • Information service for IT professionals. See here
  • Information service for vendors of email and collaborative technologies. See here
  • Educational white papers, written for vendors. See here
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