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TechDays 2011 in Toronto featured a myriad of sessions on Communications and Collaboration technologies featuring Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint Server, Microsoft Lync, and Office 365. You learned about how to extend your Exchange infrastructure into the Cloud, the important role SharePoint plays in a the Microsoft business intelligence platform, how to effectively do web conferencing using Lync, as well as how to extend your SharePoint infrastructure beyond your four walls to your business partners or integrate Office 365 with it. Hopefully you left each session understanding all the concepts and knowing exactly what you needed to do in order to implement the technologies in your organization.
Below you’ll find all of the resources mentioned in each of the sessions so that you can continue your learning today (rather than having to wait until the sessions are available on TechDays Online in early December):
Highlighted in all sessions:
Resources for individual sessions
CLB205 - Creating Self-Service Analytic BI Applications with Microsoft SharePoint 2010
CLB272 - Practical Tips for SharePoint Governance
CLB277 - Why SharePoint Data Protection is not as Easy as it Looks
CLB301 - Microsoft Lync 2010: Audio, Video and Web Conferencing Architecture and Experience
CLB311 - Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Office 365: How to Set Up a Hybrid Deployment
CLB376 - Upgrading and Migrating to SharePoint 2010, On-Premise and in the Cloud
CLB379 - SharePoint 2010 Extranets and Authentication
Looking ahead to TechDays Vancouver
Stay tuned to next week’s post where I’ll go over what the Communication and Collaboration track has in store for you at TechDays Vancouver! If you haven’t yet registered for TechDays Vancouver (or Montreal, for that matter), there’s still time to register.
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