has over 18 years of experience in the information technology industry.
Michele conceptualizes, constructs, tests, and implements integrated
network hardware and a software solutions, distributed computing
solutions, and as well within the last 12 years has specialized in
Unified Messaging infrastructure design
As a consultant with the
EDS Microsoft Consultant team, Michele specializes in the design and
review of many large Active Directory and Exchange infrastructures for
corporate deployments throughout the world. As well as she did
author the non-published book titled “Exchange 2000 for Dummies”.
Michele is a Microsoft
Certified Systems Engineer, as well as a Cisco Unity Systems Engineer.
She is currently working on her Master’s Degree in Technology Management.
I have found through my
experience in helping customers try to make the right decision as to how
to migrate their well established MS Exchange 5.5 infrastructures to MS
Exchange 2000, that information regarding the topic is fairly light in
publication. A lot of information is covered at the Administration
level, but barely anything is covered at the business to technology
aspect. My Migration series will help the consultant work with the
business decisions makers into understanding the issues of a “mixed” mode
infrastructure, and guide you down the right migration course. Over the
next couple of weeks, additional parts will be published.
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