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SMART Guidance for Consolidating Domino After a Migration

Join me for the SMART Guidance for Consolidating Domino after a Migration to Exchange. What can you do to minimize your legacy Domino footprint after you have moved your users over to Exchange. This webinar is part of Binary Tree’s SMART Guidance series. While this will have a spin for organizations who have left Domino, it is still fully functional with existing Domino Domains.

Date: June 11, 2013

Time: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

If you have moved your email off of Domino and onto Exchange but still have the same sprawl of Domino servers, it’s time to consider shrinking your Domino footprint. Consolidating your Domino servers can reduce your licensing and operational costs as well as make your environment easier to manage. Even if you have Notes applications that your users rely on, chances are that you have more Domino domains and servers than you now need. Join Binary Tree Solution Architect Perry Hiltz for guidance on the business benefits of reducing your Domino footprint, the challenges of these types of projects and how to streamline them.

Attend the Webinar for a Chance to Win an Amazon e-Gift Card!

All attendees will be entered into a drawing for an Amazon e-Gift Card!

So reserve your virtual seat today!

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About pwhiltz

I am a Domino Administrator and Developer who has been working with IBM Domino solutions since 1997. I work for an Enterprise Email Migration company and am delving into the realm of Microsoft Exchange now.

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