The UC Architects Podcast Ep52

iTunes-Podcast-logo[1]Episode 52 of The UC Architects podcast is now available. This episode is hosted by Pat Richard, who is joined by Dave Stork and Tim Harrington. Editing was done by Andrew Price.

Some of the topics discussed in this episode are:

  • Exchange 2013 Performance Health Check Script
  • Upgrade to Office Configuration Analyzer Tool (OffCAT) version 2
  • Apple releases iOS 8.3 which fixes additional Exchange related Issues
  • Must-knows for migrating Public Folders to Exchange 2013
  • Using the Hybrid Configuration Wizard in Exchange Server 2013 (Part 4)
  • IIS Exploit can reboot your Windows 2008 Server R2 and up; install patch KB3042553 ASAP
  • Exchange 2013 CPU Sizing Checker
  • Office 365 now supports larger email messages—up to 150 MB
  • Office 365 datacenter map
  • Announcing “Office 365 for Exchange Professionals”
  • Potential impact on Lync and Skype for Business meeting join experience when Google Chrome is the default browser
  • PBX Replacement secret sauce… How to do a Loud Ringer in Lync / Skype for Business
  • Skype for Business client awareness and readiness resources
  • Skype for Business Server 2015 documentation now Live on TechNet
  • Lync Meeting Update Tool (32 bit) (UPDATED)
  • Skype for Business 2015 Protocol Workloads Poster
  • Federation Call Flow Skype for Business and Lync clients
  • Client Tool Available to download
  • Microsoft Ignite 2015
  • EventZero/The UC Architects party at Ignite
  • LyncDay becomes SkypeDays
  • UCBUG meeting 05/13/2015
  • UCDAY UK meeting 09/28/2015

You can download the podcast here or you can subscribe to the podcasts using iTunes, Zune or use the RSS feed.

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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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