Posted by: Matt Gervais
exchange 2010, Exchange Server 2013, MEC
If you were fortunate enough to attend the Microsoft Exchange Conference in Orlando last month, you know that the Microsoft Exchange team and Exchange Server professionals in general take a lot of pride in their community.
To celebrate that, the Exchange team announced the launch of the new IamMEC.com website. Exchange Server professionals can visit IamMEC.com to post technical questions, download helpful Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and much more.
In my time as editor for SearchExchange.com, I’ve met more than a few Exchange Server pros who have taken time out of their busy schedules to:
- Offer valuable insight on topics I’m working on,
- Answer difficult technical questions, and
- Chat about what they think is new and interesting.
On that note, I am pleased to announce our new “Profiling the best Exchange Server professionals” program. Each month, we will take nominations from readers as to who they think deserves this prestigious honor. Please feel free to nominate yourself, a co-worker, a colleague or maybe someone who came to your rescue at one time or another.
We will carefully review all nominees’ credentials and select a winner. From there, I will post a profile of each winner so that our vast readership can read about — and possibly connect with — some of the Exchange Server community’s best and brightest.
We know there are a lot of great MVPs and the like out there, but we’re hoping to also profile important and helpful IT pros who may not always get the recognition they deserve.
If you’d like to nominate yourself or someone else, email me with the following information:
- Nominee’s name, email and title
- Brief overview of credentials/resume
- Exactly why this person deserves to be profiled
I know there’s a ton of great people out there doing a lot of great work, so feel free to nominate two to three people at a time if you like.