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    Johann recently did a short interview with Colin Lee who is a speaker at TechEd 2008 about the Unified Communications track. Have a watch below.  
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    To support the Unified Communications Launch events in Sydney and Melbourne (more details to follow about these events), TechNet will be running a series of Technical Readiness events across the country for IT Professionals wanting to learn more about the technology. What will be covered? Office Communications...
  • Blog Post: Free E-Learning Offer - Office Communications Server 2007

    This collection of 2-hour clinics explains the enterprise capabilities provided by Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007. These clinics are for infrastructure specialists working within organisations that are looking to deploy Office Communications Server within their solutions. Topics covered...
  • Blog Post: My new phone - The Tanjay

    Thanks to Jonathan Lewis and our IT Team here at Microsoft I am lucky to be on the pilot program for Unified Communications.  This phone is a little beauty, it looks like something from the USS Enterprise with its touch screen interface.  It even has a Fingerprint reader which makes you feel...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Australia Unified Comms Tech Specialist - Johann Kruse

    You may have seen Johann at some of our recent Microsoft events. He is a keen advocate around our Unified Communications Technology. He is a National Technology Specialist in the Unified Communications Group at Microsoft Australia. Johann's areas of speciality include Exchange Server, Office Communications...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Roundtable

    At our company kickoff today the Unified Communications team had some devices on display which integrate with our Unified Communications Technology . The most exciting device was the Microsoft Office Roundtable . The Office Roundtable device Office Roundtable integrated with Live Meeting and yes that...
  • Blog Post: Help us decide the content at the upcoming Unified Communications Launch

    Its poll time again, this time we need your help in deciding what content you would like to see at our upcoming Unified Communications Launch TechNet Updates.
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    Johann has all the goodness about Office Communications Server being released to manufacturing
  • Blog Post: TechNet VODcast - Unified Communications

    Johann Kruse is the National Technology Specialist for Unified Communications at Microsoft Australia. Johann shows a great hands on demonstration of what Microsoft Unified Communications is like in the day of an information worker. The demos of the Touch screen Tanjay and Office Communicator Mobile 2007...
  • Blog Post: Jumpstart Sessions for IT Professionals

    Our training team have set up the following 1 day jumpstart sessions in November in addition to the Sharepoint Sessions . Unified Communications (Exchange 2007 and Office Communication Server) The Jump-start is an interactive training session which provides you with the technical introduction and understanding...
  • Blog Post: technet vodcast Microsoft Roundtable

    For those who havent seen the Microsoft Roundtable device , its a collaboration and conferencing device which works with Office Communications Server 2007 or Office Live Meeting. Johann Kruse is the National Technology Specialist for Unified Communications at Microsoft Australia and he kindly spent some...
  • Blog Post: Office Communicator Beta 3 and the "Catalina" Device

    I got an email from our IT department informing me that Im on the Office Communications Server Unified Communications telephony platform (try saying that 5 times in a row). I picked up my device and noticed two things, no RJ11 and no keypad! After plugging it in via USB and installing Office Communicator...