We've heard loud and clear that many people want a better connection with the RTC product team. We're excited to do something about it. The primary goal of this blog is to establish two way communication between the product team and our customers and partners. We will also use this blog as an educational channel to provide additional product information.
We'll do our best to make this blog useful, enjoyable and up-to-date. Please feel free to tell us how we are doing.
Thank you.KintanProgram Manager, RTC
So what products make apart of the RTC team?
Sounds great, there really aren't a lot of resources out there for LCS and RTC in general and I look forward to hearing from the team that makes the products.
This is a great idea. There are many good Exchange blog spots, but only a few LCS ones. I would really appreciate seeing feedback from the product team on common problems, new features and bug fixes.
Good idea. Looking forward to some content...
Looking forward to keeping in touch with the product team and LCS...hope to see many gems of information here! :)
Great, looking forward to reading about LCS nad LiveMeeting!
It will be great to see what you fine folks post!
I haven't seen many conversations but can you have two different webcams open from the same machine in the same SIP session. Meaning I would like to write one client that sends a stream from both cameras and a client on another computer that receive both streams. Possible?
The RTC group includes technologies such as Live Communications Server, Live Meeting, Office Communicator and Office Communicator all of which enable you to so realtime communication i.e. not delayed like email, from no matter where you are in the world.
As well as signing up for feeds from this blog let me also make a shameless plug for my blog over on http://blogs.technet.com/rtcnews :-)
Happy holidays all !
Speaking of Exchange and Auto Update, there is another group of Microsofties who should be posting to...
Are you subtily trying to say that the LCS product group should be posting to here?
Until that happens, feel free to pop over to http://blogs.technet.com/markdea (shameless plug) where I talk about Mobility, Exchange and Live Communication Server under the banner of 'Unified Communications and Mobility'.