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  • Blog Post: Unified Communications and the Cloud

    When you think about how the traditional phone system (PSTN) or public switched telephone network really relied upon hardware to work, and now you think about merging the Internet and Phone networks, things get interesting. Major parts of the Internet are software based, think about Virtualization, how...
  • Blog Post: Part 2 of 5 - Keith Kabza, MVP, and Blain Barton discuss OCS 2007/Exchange 2010

    Part-2 - is posted below! The rest of the series is being delivered every week for 5 weeks! Part 1 – Learn about Exchange 2010/OCS Integration features – http://dpeeast.hosted.panopto.com/CourseCast/Viewer/Default.aspx?id=97439256-efc4-48a0-863b-8e69ffbefe13 Part 2 – Learn about Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Lync 2010 worth the effort

    Today I was reading an article by J. Peter Bruzzese at Infoworld. The title of his article: Microsoft Lync 2010:Finally, a commnications server worth the effort. Here is a link to the article http://infoworld.com/d/windows/microsoft-lync-2010-finally-communications-server-worth-the-effort-515 In this...
  • Blog Post: Lync Server 2010 Pricing and Licensing announced

    We recently announced pricing for Lync Server 2010 which is the new name for our next Office Communication Server. You can find all the details at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/lync/pricing-licensing.aspx Pricing and Licensing Lync Server 2010 follows the Server/Client Access License (CAL)...
  • Blog Post: Part 5 of 5 - Check out http://www.GOTUC.net With Blain Barton

    Sorry for the very long delay, finally, the last part (Part 5 of 5) was to provide knowledge on the http://www.GOTUC.net website and how it can help you get started with Microsoft Exchange 2010 and Unified Communications, please check out: http://gotuc.net/blogs/gotuc/archive/2009/03/26/office-communications...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Polycom teams up for Unified Communications

    On August 9, 2010, Stuart Johnston wrote a nice article for Enterprise Networking Planet about the multi-year deal between Microsoft and Polycom. There are quite a few customers who have been using Polycom technologies and solutions for many years for video and teleconferencing needs. I have had many...
  • Blog Post: It Is the Mindset, Not the Skill Set...

    In the last post, I had mentioned my research whitepaper titled " Preparing for Innovation: Understanding How IT Organizational Change Can Help Drive Success with Unified Communications ". If you lead or manage a technology team and haven't read this paper yet, I'd encourage you to read it. ...
  • Blog Post: VoiceCon This Year

    My colleague BJ Haberkorn wrote a really nice blog post about looking forward to VoiceCon Orlando 2010. I wanted to share it with you all since it captures all the things that has kept our team busy from keynotes - event - case studies - virtual launches - strategic initiatives - and all the news...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communications: Is it real and is it for me?

    About a month or so ago, I saw the following post on Information Week: http://www.informationweek.com/news/telecom/unified_communications/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=225700490 . I found the article to be enlightening and thought I would post my thoughts regarding some of the items brought out by...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communications going beyond the trial

    I was reading this article today on WindowsITPro site by B.K. Winstead. He talks about people that claim to be doing Unified Communications are most just piloting it, and most of the deployments are only using a very small percentage of the features of Unifed Communications(UC). His organization is using...
  • Blog Post: Part 1 of 5 - Keith Kabza - MVP and Blain Barton discuss OCS 2007/Exchange 2010

    I've been chatting with Keith Kabza Microsoft Partner and MVP at some of the local Florida events. I met up with him at the Microsoft Tampa Office to put together some videos on OCS 2007 R2 and Exchange 2010 and some of the benefits and features around the products. Take a look and tell us what you...