Binary Tree Introduces ‘Virtual’ Training for Domino, Exchange
March 25, 2008 Alex Woodie
Software and services provider Binary Tree is partnering with The Asentus Group and GrokWorx Software to deliver virtual training in IBM Lotus Notes 8 and Microsoft Exchange 2007 migrations and deployments, the company announced last week.
Organizations that participate in Binary Tree’s new training regimen will get hands-on work with the vendor’s Common Migration Tool (CMT) product line, which provides analysis and assistance for migrations to Microsoft Exchange, migrations to Lotus Notes, and will soon offer migrations to Google.
The first two CMT products that will be covered in the training classes include CMT Universal, a Notes-to-Exchange migration solution that’s used to analyze and migrate e-mail stores, directories, calendar entries, contacts, to-do lists, journals, and archives, and CMT Inspector for Lotus Notes Enterprise Edition, which is used to prepare Notes environments for migration to Exchange environments. Training in other CMT products will follow during the third quarter, the vendor says.
The training will utilize GrokWorx’s virtual learning platform, which delivers hands-on labs, custom audio-conferencing, and assessment and testing. The training will prove beneficial for Binary Tree’s business partners, says Traci Blowers, director of strategic alliances at Binary Tree. “A training medium teaches our partners significant time-saving and error-proofing skills vital in any migration and upgrade effort prior to manipulating production environments,” she says.
Binary Tree’s Notes-to-Exchange migration training is scheduled to begin March 31. For more information, visit www.binarytree.com.