Lync MVPs are a fountain of deep knowledge on Lync Server. But keeping up with the dozens of great articles they create each month can be a challenge. That’s where this monthly roundup comes in. From one easy place, you can now scan all Lync MVP articles published in English over the previous month and jump to those that interest you most.

Author: Susan S. Bradley, Microsoft Senior Content Project Manager

Publication date: January 4, 2012

Product version: Lync Server 2010, Lync Server 2013

In my role as NextHop project manager, I read a lot of great Lync blog articles each month, many of them written by our Lync MVPs. To help the Lync community keep up with the excellent content being written by Lync MVPs, we compiled their blogs on the NextHop Blog Roll page, under Lync MVP Blog Roll. Check it out.

Our plan with this new series is to compile the links to these articles in a monthly NextHop post, so that you have one easy place to get them all.

NOTE: If you are a Lync MVP and we missed you or one of your December articles in this roundup, please let us know in the Comments below.

Here are this month’s articles (sorry, English only):

BCUC – BriComp Unified Communications by Brian Ricks

Confused Amused by Tom Pacyk

David’s UC Space by David Lim

Ehlo World by Pat Richard

I’m a UC Blog by Adam Jacobs

Inside Lync by Curtis Johnstone

Jeff Schertz's Blog by Jeff Schertz

Ken’s Unified Communications Blog by Ken Lasko

Justin Morris on UC by Justin Morris

leedesmond’s blog by Desmond Lee

Lync Development by Michael Greenlee

Lync’d Up by Tom Arbuthnot

Matt Landis Windows PBX & UC Report by Matt Landis

Microsoft UC and Other Stuff by Tim Harrington

Microsoft UC Made Easy by Randy Wintle

Msunified.net by Stale Hansen

Pro-Exchange, Lync & Office 365 by Johan Delimon

Thomas@UC (Microsoft Lync) by Thomas Poett

TsooRaD by John Weber

Ultimate Communications by Tommy Clarke

UnifiedCommunications.nl by Steven van Houttum

Unified Communications with Microsoft by Drago Tovec

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