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Slides from Unified Communications Launch

Slides from Unified Communications Launch

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Many of you have been attending the Unified Communication Launch events I have been doing around the country.  And I continue to get request for the slide decks I used during the presentations.  I haven't had a chance to put them up here on the blog yet.  But I did find a public location you can go get them  HERE:

 

 

Attendees at the nationwide launch events saw presentations on how Microsoft unified communications could benefit their companies and help streamline communication between people and organizations. Now you can review those materials or see what you missed.


Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates delivers his keynote address at the Microsoft Unified Communication Launch in San Francisco on October 16, 2007. Gates focused on how companies can raise employee impact by streamlining communications and increase profitability with cost-effective unified communications solutions.
View the keynote address.

Learn more about Microsoft solutions that can unify your communications infrastructure.
VoIP Topologies and Interoperability (PPT, 14.2 MB; PPTX, 4.2 MB)
Learn how Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 integrates with any PBX system with different deployment scenarios.
Security and Organizational Governance (PPT, 10.8MB; PPTX, 2.41MB)
Understand many of the security and organizational governance features in the next wave of Microsoft UC products and services.
UC Administration Experience (PPT, 4.31 MB; PPTX 0.99 MB)
This overview covers managing a unified communications environment from a central console, using the Microsoft Operations Monitor, and troubleshooting problems with a rich set of tools.
Office Communications 2007 Deployment (PPT 10.9 MB; PPTX 1.82 MB)
Learn how to plan, manage, and finalize an enterprise deployment of Office Communications Server 2007.

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  • Thanks John

    We appriciate this very much.

    Blips

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