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Swiss IT Pro User Group Meeting and Webcast - Lync Enterprise Voice in a Lab Environment PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dejan Foro   
Mar 06, 2012 at 02:27 AM

 

 

 

The Swiss IT Pro User Group, Unified Communications SIG is pleased to welcome the year 2012 of the water dragon* with exciting programs lined up for one and all.

Starting in March 2012, a series of UC focused technical presentations has been scheduled. To get the ball rolling, we are very thrilled to introduce a good colleague of ours, Andy Bloomfield, to help kick start the UC series presented by Swiss IT Pro User Group.

A seasoned IT Professional in the Microsoft/Cisco telephony field based out of the UK, Andy will show you with demos how to go beyond the core Lync Server 2010 infrastructure to integrate enterprise voice (VoIP) in a laboratory or proof-of-concept (POC) environment.


Event Info

This free in-depth technical session will be delivered in English, live on location at EB Zuerich and simulcast online via webcast on Thu 8 Mar 2012 starting 1830 CET (UTC+1) / What is my local time?

Participants on-site in Zurich will get a chance to join in a bonus “chalk-and-talk” Lync mobile session and win a copy of the book “Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Unleashed”. Sign-up today!

Click more to see event details, abstract and speaker biography.


Lync Enterprise Voice in a LAB or POC environment (Session Abstract)
How can I play with Lync Enterprise Voice in my LAB/POC without expensive equipment?
I know Lync Enterprise Voice is great but how can I prove this to my boss?
How can I test Dial-In Conferencing and Response Groups as an anonymous caller?
Many customers use a LAB or POC environment to road-test the features of Microsoft Lync. Luckily setting up Lync for basic IM, Presence, Web Conferencing and other core features can be straight forward.
Unfortunately testing the advanced and potentially most beneficial features such as Enterprise Voice, Dial-in Conferencing etc. can be much more challenging.
- Learn how to use some free software and tools to take your LAB/POC to the next level.
- Make sure your LAB/POC has all the features you plan to demo or deploy.
- Show your colleagues how Lync can change how they communicate and work.


Speaker Biography
Andy is a seasoned IT professional with over 12 years’ experience, and has worked with many enterprise customers as a trusted technical adviser. His background is focused around Microsoft advanced infrastructure, Unified Communications, messaging, identity management and security technologies. He has worked with Microsoft Unified Communications (RTC) products since 2005.

Andy has worked on numerous Microsoft telephony integration and displacement projects ranging from Microsoft LCS 2005 RCC to Lync 2010 Enterprise Voice with many different existing platforms. Working for many years for a Microsoft & Cisco-Gold Certified partner, Andy was instrumental in breaking new ground with the Cisco team, working together to develop combined Microsoft/Cisco solutions which customers valued.  As a Virtual Technical Solutions Professional (v-TSP) Andy is deeply involved with the Microsoft UK team.


Registration
To participate either in person (in Zürich) or join via webcast, you must register for this free event in order to receive the detail on-site location and Live Meeting information. Simply send an email to info /a+/ swissitpro.ch with the subject “swissitpro.ch: Lync Enterprise Voice Event (Th 8.3.12)” and complete the message body with your details (country, city, first and last/family name, and optionally company name, department and job title)**.

( more details follow for online registration )

* Lunar Chinese New Year (Chinese Zodiac astrology)
** will be kept private; necessary for logistics purposes and event communications

Last Updated ( Mar 05, 2012 at 09:34 PM )
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