Do you want to be a Case study?

Allister Frost, the Microsoft’s UK Product Manager for Exchange Server asked if I would do him a favour and post this on my blog. He’s such a nice bloke, I couldn’t refuse. He’s been amusing me with his blog for a while, and providing me with a blogcast or 2.  So here it is:                                                                         

Golden opportunity to tell your Exchange Server 2003 success story

At Microsoft we’re always on the look out for new customer success stories. If you’ve deployed Exchange Server 2003 in your organisation and are already experiencing the great business value this brings, we’d love to know. And, if your experience is suitable we may be able to write it up for you for publication in our worldwide case study library. This not only helps promote your business to your customers and shareholders but also demonstrates your commitment to delivering business value through new technology. So that’s kudos for your organisation and kudos for you! If you’d like your story to be considered for inclusion, please send an email to including your organisation name, contact details and a short summary (max 200 words) of how you are using and benefiting from Exchange Server 2003. All submissions received by 31st May 2005 will be reviewed by the UK Product Team and successful entrants will be invited to have their story compiled by a professional writer for worldwide publication. The effort required from you is minimal but the rewards can be huge!

We welcome all submissions but this month we are particularly keen to hear from customers in the following categories:

§         Exchange 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003 migration delivering TCO benefits

§         Hosted Exchange for a medium-sized business

§         Lotus Notes to Exchange Server 2003 migration

§         Exchange Server 2003 supporting remote workers and ‘anywhere access’

So if you feel like telling us your story – just contact us using the link below…..