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20
Aug

Using a load balancer in your Exchange 2010 environment

Today post is focusing on MVP Jaap Wesselius' Microsoft TechEd Europe presentation on Using a load balancer in your Exchange 2010 environment.

His presentation is now live on the MSDN website and heavily features KEMP's hardware loadbalancer in the presentation.

You can view the whole video presentation below:

16
Aug

A Summary of KEMP Community Articles

We've had a lot of community focus on KEMP products over the last few weeks and I thought it would be good to consolodate several of the articles that I liked onto one blog post!

 

MVP Steve Goodman's Review on "Using the KEMP LoadMaster with Exchange Server 2010"

Steve Goodman is a Technical Architect at one of the UK's leading IT services providers. He works on design and delivery of Microsoft and VMware solutions for organisations across the UK. He is also a Microsoft MVP for Exchange Server.

15
Aug

KEMP Loadbalancer FAQ - Load Balancing Deployment Options

Every few days we are going to post an FAQ from the KEMP nerve center that might help open your eyes and educate you a bit more on KEMP!

 

Today's FAQ is: "What are the KEMP Load Balancing Deployment Options?"

What are the KEMP Load Balancing Deployment Options?

 

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10
Aug

Hyundai UK migrates to Microsoft Exchange 2010 with the help of KEMP Technologies

 

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8
Aug

Nicolas Blank on LoadBalancing Exchange 2010 with the KEMP VLM

 

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8
Aug

KEMP Technologies Announces Strategic Partnership with Interlink Communication Systems to Expand Reach of Load Balancers to Reseller Community

8
May

KEMP Announces John Spears as Senior Director of Strategic Alliances

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16
Feb

Exchange & Outlook - Lync 2010, Load Balancing, & Bandwidth

by B. K. Winstead

 

How is your Microsoft Lync 2010 deployment going? Are you even looking at Lync? I recently ran a poll about Lync adoption on the Exchange & Outlook page of WindowsITPro.com, and I was surprised by how many responders said they were already using or were planning a move to Lync 2010. Pleasantly surprised, I should say.

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