Train Signal Releases Advanced Exchange Server 2010 Training with a Focus on Backup and Recovery

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Train Signal's Exchange Server 2010 Backup and Recovery Training offers extensive labs and demos to give students true hands-on experience configuring and running Exchange backups and restorations.



Train Signal, the global leader in professional computer training, today announced the release of their new Exchange 2010 Backup and Recovery Training course.

Exchange Server 2010 is Microsoft's enterprise-level email system; it provides email communication services and more for companies worldwide. Organizations of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses use Microsoft Exchange Server as their primary email system.

Email has become a critical business application, and the ability to confidently backup and restore both individual emails and entire mailboxes has become just as critical. Train Signal's Product Team Manager, Matt Elias said, "In creating this course, Peter helps Exchange administrators develop mastery in backup and recovery best practices, a critical, yet often over-looked, skillset for any advanced IT professional."

The Exchange Server 2010 Backup and Recovery Training course is a fast paced, hands-on course filled with labs and demos. Students take on the role of a junior Exchange administrator learning on the job from a Senior Exchange administrator, instructor J. Peter Bruzzese.

Bruzzese is a Microsoft MVP for Exchange and is the instructor for two of Train Signal's popular Exchange 2010 administration courses. In addition, Bruzzese writes the Enterprise Windows column for InfoWorld. He is also a regular contributor to Redmond Magazine, Windows IT Pro, Realtime, and TechTarget and a frequent speaker at TechMentor, TechEd, IT360 and other Tech conferences. Bruzzese is also the author of "Exchange 2007 SP1 How-To," "Server 2008 How-To" and "Windows 7 Unveiled," all published by Que.

During Bruzzese’s Exchange Server Backup and Recovery course, students gain hands-on experience using Exchange's native backup and Windows free backup in addition to third-party backup tools. There is extensive coverage of command-line utilities allowing administrators to do more, faster, and with more customizations. Students learn how to analyze environments, determine different approaches to backup, and how to utilize Exchange Server backup best practices.

Chris Graham, Train Signal's Product Development Specialist, who worked with Bruzzese developing the course said, "Backup and recovery for Exchange 2010 is an absolute must for every Exchange admin. Peter's personable teaching style and the abundance of hands-on lab time in this course make learning backup and recovery informative and enjoyable."

The Exchange 2010 Backup and Recovery Training comes packed with eight hours of hands-on training on two DVDs. However, students need not wait for the course to arrive in the mail as instant access to all course materials online allows students to get started right away. Multiple file formats such as iPod video, MP3 audio, WMV and high-quality AVI video files ensure that students can conveniently study anywhere using almost any device.

Sixteen lessons guide students through the basics of Exchange Backup and Recovery and setting up the training environment. PDF files of instructor notes allow students to follow along as Bruzzese covers backup and storage architecture, Windows Server Backup and more. Bruzzese guides students through the equally important, but very different, tasks of restoring both individual email items, and an entire Exchange mailbox. Finally, the course offers complete coverage of Exchange recovery best practices.
Exchange Server Backup and Recovery Training is offered for just $297. Like all Train Signal courses, this Exchange course is backed by Train Signal's 90-Day "Total Experience" Guarantee.

About Train Signal: Founded in 2002, Train Signal provides computer-based "Total Experience" training that gives individuals the tools and confidence to tackle real-world challenges, pass their certification exam and succeed in today’s competitive global IT market.

Train Signal offers a wide range of computer training packages covering Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft Office. In addition to its Windows Server 2008, Exchange Server 2010, and SQL Server 2008 courses, Train Signal offers training for over fifty different training courses including: VMware vSphere training, Cisco CCNA training, Windows 7 training, and more.

A privately-held company, Train Signal is based in Schaumburg, IL. For more information about Train Signal, please visit

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