The UC Architects Podcast Ep48

iTunes-Podcast-logo[1]Episode 48 of The UC Architects podcast is now available. This episode is hosted by Pat Richard, who is joined by John A Cook, Johan Veldhuis, Justin Morris and Tom Arbuthnot. Editing was done by Andrew Price.

Some of the topics discussed in this episode are:

  • Exam ref 70-342 – Advanced Solutions of Exchange 2013 MCSE is available
  • Download An End-to-end Experience with Groups
  • Considering updating your Domain functional level from Windows 2003?
  • Single-Click Mailbox Conversion
  • Access Exchange 2013 public folders in a hybrid setup
  • Some things to do after leaving Windows Server 2003 (from an Exchange perspective)
  • Multiple OWA Virtual Directories in Exchange 2013
  • Office 365 – Two Azure AD Premium Features Coming To All Subscribers
  • What’s new in Office 365: January 2015
  • February 10, 2015 update for #Lync 2013 (KB2920744)
  • Leveraging SEFAUtil for #Lync Shared Line Appearance (Boss-Admin) Delegate Configuration
  • What to do when you can only hear yourself think while using Jabra Evolve 80
  • What’s New in LyncValidator
  • Introducing #Lync #Skype4B User Manager
  • Automatic Fortune Cookie Utility/ Local & Site-tosite dial plan GUI script
  • Lync Server Cookbook | PACKT Books
  • Skype for Business Notes from Microsoft Office365 Summit | The Lync Dude
  • Connecting IFTTT to Lync – getting IMs when stuff happens
  • Lync Server 2010 CU15 Link 1 Link 2
  • Lync Regions and assigning Dial-In Conference Number
  • Ignite and Enterprise Connect 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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