The UC Architects Podcast Ep44

iTunes-Podcast-logo[1]Episode 44 of The UC Architects podcast is now available,which was recorded at the Norwegian Lync Day. This episode is hosted by Pat Richard, who joined by Ståle Hansen, Tom Arbuthnot and Steve Goodman. Special guests are Lasse Nordvik WedøAdam GentJohan Delimon, Tommy Clarke, and Martin Lidholm. Editing was done by Andrew Price.

Some of the topics discussed in this episode are:

  • Configuring QoS for Lync IP Phones
  • New version of Lync SDN interface
  • Lync Call Concurrency Calculator
  • Never be late for a meeting again
  • MS14-055 Broke My Edge Server
  • Norwegian Lync Day recap
  • Session recap: Lync Backup and Restore by Lasse Nordvik Wedø
  • Session recap: Lync Hybrid and Skype by Tommy Clarke
  • Session recap: Lync Mobile sign in process and media flow by Tom Arbuthnot
  • Session recap: SIP and media in Lync explained by Johan Delimon
  • Session recap: Lync voice explained by Adam Gent
  • Lessons learned about holding a conference by Ståle Hansen
  • Session recap: 5 Elements That Ensure a Successful Lync Deployment by Martin Lidholm
  • TechEd Europe events

More information on the podcast including references and a link to download the podcast here or you can subscribe to the podcasts using iTunes, Zune or use the RSS feed.

The UC Architects is a bi-weekly community podcast by people with a passion for Unified Communications; our main focus is on Exchange, Lync or related subjects.

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About Michel de Rooij

I'm a Microsoft 365 Apps & Services MVP, with focus on Exchange Server, AzureAD, Microsoft 365 and with a PowerShell affection. I'm a consultant, publisher of EighTwOne, published author, and speaker. You can find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook.

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