#WeAreMEC: IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… MEC is back September 13-14!

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It’s been a while since our last MEC, and a lot has changed since then.

The MEC Technical Airlift is a free, digital event for IT professionals who work with Exchange Online and/or Exchange Server day-to-day, and ISVs and developers who make solutions that integrate with Exchange.

MEC will be THE place for the Exchange community to come together to explore new innovations and information. It features a variety of learning opportunities, deep technical breakout sessions, and time with members of our passionate engineering teams. You’ll also hear from some of the best-known names in Exchange around the world and get engaged in the community.


First and foremost, MEC is about fostering the Exchange community.  MEC is the best place to engage directly with the engineering teams that build Exchange Online and Exchange Server and your peers in the community.


Security is of paramount importance to all organizations, and a big goal for MEC is to help customers secure their Exchange environment. The accelerated rate of digital transformation we have seen these past years presents both challenges and opportunities. Now more than ever it is critical to keep your infrastructure secure, including your Exchange infrastructure and data.


At MEC, we want to help all of you modernize your infrastructure. Whether you run Exchange in the cloud, on-premises, or both, we want to help you move forward successfully and at the same time get your feedback and input on how we can improve our products and services. Join us for two jam-packed days of all things Exchange.


Register now at aka.ms/MECAirlift

We’re looking forward to reconnecting with all of you!

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