Meet KEMP's Bhargav Shukla at the Philadelphia Area Exchange User Group

The Philadelphia Area Exchange Server User Group is a community for IT Professionals for knowledge sharing, professional networking, and increasing one’s knowledge of Microsoft Exchange Server.

Group membership is open to all IT professionals engaged in designing, deploying and maintaining Microsoft Exchange platform and is not limited to any geographic region.
Monthly meetings are on the 2nd Tuesday of every month and are held in conventional format as well as LiveMeeting so anyone can join. 
Bhargav has posted the following details on this month's meeting:
Start: 10/16/2012 6:00 pm
End: 10/16/2012 9:00 pm
Timezone: Etc/GMT-4
There has been numerous requests over past to include Lync server in our discussions. We are pleased to announce that we are making this a UC group going forward. While we will continue to call it Exchange User Group (changing name will take sometime and effort on our end), we will introduce Lync topics as we meet in upcoming meetings.
This month, however, we will stick to Exchange Server discussion and we have a very good reason to do so! I am happy to announce we will be hosting Ross Smith IV - Principal Program Manager, Exchange Server Product Group on October 16th.
We will be discussing, what else, Exchange Server 2013 features with him. You will have amazing opportunity to meet him in person and pick his amazing brain on Exchange topics. So don't miss this opportunity and bring your friends too!
As if having Ross at our meeting isn't enough, we have made sure that one lucky winner will be walking away with Limited Edition Kinect Star Wars Bundle! There's more. we will have few consolation prizes, good food and drinks to top it off.
So, what're you waiting for? Click the sign up and make sure you attend in person. You don't even need to be a registered user to sign up and attend!
We will, be meeting at Microsoft's Malvern office (45 Liberty Blvd, Malvern, PA 19355).
The Microsoft office is located on second floor.
When you arrive, please inform security that you are attending the Exchange User Group event and they will grant you access to the building.
Full details are on the user group website here: