Die Swiss ITPro Usergruppe führt wieder die beliebten Dienstagabend-Veranstaltungen im Gebäude der Digicomp in Zürich durch. Am 2. Oktober spricht Dejan Foro (Exchange MVP) über Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging. Dejan hat auch schon an diversen Microsoft Veranstaltungen gesprochen, ich kann Ihnen diesen Abend nur empfehlen. Bitte beachten Sie, dass diese Veranstaltung in englisch durchgeführt wird.
SITPUG: Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging - 2.Okt. 07
Program17.45 - 18.15 Uhr Anmeldung & kleiner Apéro18.15 - 21.00 Uhr Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Unified messaging features are without a doubt the most interesting part in Exchange 2007 and bring a revolution in area of messaging. What was science fiction just few years ago, became reality - through Outlook Voice Access you will be able to make a phone call to your Exchange server and talk to it. Exchange server will for example read your e-mail and calendar, and you will control it with your voice, in several languages. Your inbox will also become your voice mail system, and you will be able to search for people in Active Directory by using your voice. We will also show how these features work as well as possible Exchange-telephone systems integration scenarios.
Referent: Dejan ForoExchange MVP MCP, MCP+I, MCSE NT40, MCSE+I, MCSE 2000, MCSE 2000:Messaging, MCSA 2003, MCSA 2003:Messaging, MCSE 2003, MCT 13 years of experience with Microsoft technologies and 4 Exchange generations (5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007). Involved with Exchange 2007 since it was a design idea with a codename Titanium. One of cofounders of Exchange User Group Croatia and fouder of Exchange User Group Europe which currently gathers nearly 1000 Exchange professionals from all over the world. He is often a speaker at Microsoft Conferences and events, and also runs his own small web site on topic of Exchange server at www.exchangemaster.net Member of MCP Hall of Fame (1 of 6 worldwide) and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in area of Exchange (1 of 103 worldwide). Lives in Zurich and works at Swisscom as System Specialist Messaging.