Meeting Archive:
Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Approaching End Of Life: What's Next For Your Organization?


Meeting Description:

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 is about to lose support from Microsoft (end of life/EOL).  This leaves healthcare organizations with a difficult choice: upgrade or face escalating risk of security holes being exploited without any patches or support

There may be some good news. Organizations can leverage this IT inflection point to consider moving some of its communication and collaboration services to the Cloud, which provides:

- Affordable, enterprise-class services that eliminate email server infrastructure expenditures

- Enhanced Security as a Service to assist in meeting HIPAA and Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements

- Reliable, 100% financially-backed SLA

- Tier IV, Type II SSAE 16/SAS 70 certification plus geographically dispersed interconnected data centers maintain absolute security

Whether you are the CIO of a large medical practice, the security officer of a hospital, or the CFO of a multi-office clinic, you owe it to your organization to seriously evaluate all options. Join Microsoft and Apptix on July 18th to learn how to address these challenges and ultimately benefit from a Cloud-based solution.

Details
Date: Thu, Jul 18, 2013
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Apptix
 Presenter Information
Marcel Messing: Senior Hosting Technology Specialist – Microsoft
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Marcel Messing has over 12 years’ experience in the Hosting industry including 5 years at Microsoft. He works exclusively with Service Providers and Telcos to jointly bring new Microsoft based technology solutions – including Exchange, Lync®, SharePoint®, Windows™ Server, or System Center – to market.


Joe Salemi: Director of Enterprise Sales, Healthcare Division – Apptix
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Joe Salemi is an accomplished healthcare executive with an advanced understanding of cloud software solutions, electronic health records, revenue life cycles, business development, and data analytics.  He developed his expertise addressing the challenges that exist in the diverse Healthcare industry from his work with both clinical and non-clinical software applications from the large multi hospital systems down to the small practice level.