Thursday, March 04, 2010

Ensynch Sponsors and Speaks at TEC 2010

I've been remiss in talking about TEC this year, but I'm happy to say that we're completing several FIM 2010 TAP engagements and starting a few more new FIM projects so it's a busy quarter for sure. is sponsoring the TEC 2010 conference for the 2nd year now and we have three new speakers to introduce as well:


Jeff Holliday
Solutions Architect, Ensynch

Jeff Holliday is the Solutions Architect for Ensynch and their SharePoint Consulting Practice. He oversees the technical solution designs for all SharePoint projects and managed Ensynch’s participation in the SharePoint 2010 Partner Technical Preview Program. He currently focuses on architecture design, branding customization, business process automation and web part development. Holliday has designed, built and deployed everything from single server, single site SharePoint installations to multi-continent/multi-farm global infrastructures.

Jeff and Chris Calderon are presenting a combined session:

Federated SSO Solutions Using SharePoint 2010
Chris Calderon and Jeff Holliday

In the world of on premise and hosted “cloud based” solutions, how can you best simplify your coexistence strategy? Attend this session presented by Ensynch’s Identity Management and SharePoint teams to see how the combined knowledge of each practice helped shape one of the most robust methods for you to enable Single Sign On for your on premise and cloud based apps.


Joe Zamora 
Senior Consultant, Ensynch

Joe Zamora is a senior consultant in the Identity Management practice at Ensynch. Joe has 10 years experience in development, is the author of the CShark blog: http://c–, and has published several projects on Codeplex for the FIM 2010 community.

Custom Workflow Development in FIM 2010
Joe Zamora

Get an in-depth look at the extensibility of Forefront Identity Manager 2010 through the use of custom workflow development. Although FIM 2010 includes a new “codeless provisioning” feature set, you’ll find that you can’t quite satisfy all real-world business requirements with codeless provisioning. Learn how to tap into the power of FIM’s new request framework that’s built on Windows Workflow Foundation. Overcome the first hurdle of custom development by demystifying the process and discovering what resources are available. Learn the tools of the trade, ins and outs, gotchas, and hidden gems of workflow development. Finally, bring it all together with a demonstration of a custom workflow that’s already available to the community.


Justin Hiedeman
MCTIP Enterprise Messaging Administrator, Ensynch

Justin Hiedeman, MCTIP Enterprise Messaging Administrator, has been working with Microsoft Exchange for nearly 10 years. The past 2 and half years have been spent as a senior consultant with Ensynch Incorporated designing and implementing Unified Communications solutions for customers across the Southwest. His certifications include: MCSE, MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator and MCTS: Office Communications Server 2007 – UC Voice (Ensynch is also a select Microsoft UC Voice partner). As a Solutions Architect for Ensynch he has designed and led numerous Exchange migration/implementations from Groupwise, Lotus and Exchange, to Exchange/Exchange Online projects.

Exchange 2010 Migration to Microsoft Exchange Online: Hands-on Workshop
Justin Hiedeman

Microsoft Exchange 2010 is available both as on-premise software and as a hosted service, and you can now choose the right deployment option for your organization, whether you deploy Exchange Server on-premises, host your mailboxes with Exchange Online, or combine these two options in a hybrid deployment.

In this hands-on lab, you will configure an on premise Exchange Server 2010 environment for a mock enterprise. An existing Exchange Server 2007 environment will also be part of the lab from which we will migrate users to on premise Exchange 2010 servers as well as to Exchange Online. Administrators will experience the integration and complexities of managing on premise users and cloud users from the same tools. Lastly, administrators will learn the basics of managing users in a mixed on-premise/online-cloud environment.

David Lundell, Chris Calderon and myself will also be returning, so look for us there and be sure to check out our sessions! If you're attending the pre-conference training, be sure to check out Justin's Exchange 2010 workshop.


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