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September 21, 2015 04:00 ET

Binary Tree Presents at Unified Communications Day UK

Justin Harris and Gary Steere, Microsoft Exchange MVPs, to Present

KENDALL PARK, NJ--(Marketwired - September 21, 2015) - Two of Binary Tree's Solution Architects, Justin Harris and Gary Steere, will speak at this year's Unified Communications Day UK on 28 September 2015 in Birmingham, UK. UC Day is a one-day Skype for Business & Exchange conference, where attendees can learn more about Microsoft's two core UC offerings, Skype for Business 2015 and Exchange 2016, alongside their cloud equivalents within Office 365 with three key tracks covering Skype for Business, Exchange and relevant parts of Office 365. Justin Harris' session, 'So You Think Your Directory is Ready for Office 365,' will focus on preparing a complex Active Directory environment for an upcoming migration. Gary Steere's session, 'Troubleshooting AutoDiscover and Availability in Exchange and Office 365,' is designed to help troubleshoot common problems in Exchange and Lync/Skype environments. Binary Tree, the SMART Migration Company, is a sponsor of this event.

About the Presenters
Justin and Gary are among an elite group of professionals globally who hold the distinguished designations of both Microsoft MVP and MCM/MCSM in Exchange. As Senior Solutions Architect, Justin works with global clients to deliver enterprise-level messaging, unified communications, and cloud-enabled virtualization solutions -- focusing on developing solutions that enable businesses to deliver superior results to their customers. As Principal Solutions Architect, Gary is responsible for architecting the next generation of Binary Tree's migration solutions, working with both customers and partners to ensure improvements are integrated into upcoming product releases.

Abstract: So You Think Your Directory is Ready for Office 365?
Does your on-premises Active Directory infrastructure consist of multiple forests that may include several account and resource forests? Have your on-premises Active Directory environment accumulated 10+ years of bloat that has spanned multiple administrators? If so, this intermediate session will walk through the effort that is required to ensure the on-premises Active Directory is prepared for Office 365 hybrid connectivity and for a successful migration.

Abstract: Troubleshooting AutoDiscover and Availability in Exchange and Office 365
This advanced session will cover what you need to know about AutoDiscover and Availability to support your organization and understand how to troubleshoot common problems. We will address common scenarios such as an organization with Exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013 on-premises in a hybrid configuration with users in Office 365. The session will be of value to both Exchange and Lync/Skype businesses, as both products use Exchange AutoDiscover and Availability.

As a sponsor of the event, local Binary Tree team members from Sales, Pre-Sales, and Professional Services will be available onsite to discuss migration projects with customers and partners.

About Binary Tree
Binary Tree is a singularly focused global provider of migration software and solutions for Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, and Windows Server environments. Since 1993, Binary Tree has enabled more than 6,000 customers to migrate more than 35 million email users, and facilitated some of the most complex migrations on the planet. Its software solutions are available for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007/2010/2013 and Lotus Notes to on-premises and online versions of Microsoft Exchange, as well as migrations of Active Directory and Windows Server environments. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold Messaging Partner, an IBM Advanced Business Partner, and is one of Microsoft's preferred vendors for migrating to Microsoft Office 365. The Company is headquartered outside of New York City with offices in Hong Kong, London, Paris, Stockholm and Sydney. For more information, visit us at

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