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Lync User Group October Events

With over 10 groups across the US, things are really taking off with the Lync Users Group Organization.

 

Check out www.lyncug.com for more information and to join a city near you.

For folks in NYC- the next event is scheduled for October 23rd and will include presentations on HLB/Reverse Proxy and an Edge Deep Dive- http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Lync-User-Group/events/143804912/

 

 

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An afternoon in NYC with Lync 2013- NYC Lync User Group

Quick announcement here:

See http://www.lyncusergroup.com for more details!

Meeting Details

August 16th 2012 2PM-5PM, an Afternoon in NYC with Lync 2013

The NYC Lync User Group will be conducting its next meeting on August 16th, 2012 at the Microsoft Manhattan Office!   This meeting will introduce everyone to Lync Server 2013. With all of the new features coming in Lync 2013, we will have plenty to talk about at this meeting. Food and Drink will be provided as well!

In addition to discussing Lync 2013, we will also have a special presentation from the Unify2 UC Adoption Team. “The switch from legacy telephony to unified communications is a high hurdle for many enterprises, and changing the way workers conduct meetings from in physical locations to online is an even steeper learning curve. Unify2 Adoption Services are designed to lay groundwork for increased user satisfaction and improved productivity, and to help our customers realize their ROI in a shorter timeframe.”

Agenda

Item

Time

Intros and Welcome 2:00PM-2:30PM
Lync 2013 – What is New (Overview) Speaker TBD 2:30PM-3:30PM
Lync 2013 Functionality Demo – Randy Wintle 3:45PM-4:00PM
Break 3:45PM-4:00PM
Driving UC Adoption in Your Enterprise- Unify2 UC Adoption Specialist 4:00PM-4:45PM
Sponsor Presentation- Jabra 4:45PM-5:00PM
Evaluation Surveys and Giveaways 5:00PM
Networking/Social Hour 5:00PM-6:00PM

 

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NYC Lync User Group January Meeting: Mobility

I have decided to start up a User Group in New York for Lync! Our first meeting will be on Lync Mobility.

 

Check it out!

 

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About Us: The NYC Lync User Group is targeted at IT Pros and Developers interested in Microsoft Unified Communications. Our goal is to provide the NYC area with a vast amount of valuable information as it relates to all forms of Microsoft Unified Communications. Our meetings will include both Technical and Business information relating to Lync 2010, and other components of the Microsoft UC product suite.

The NYC Lync User Group will be conducting their first meeting January 19th, 2012! With the introduction of Microsoft Lync Mobile, businesses deploying Lync Mobility Features will need to understand the new architecture requirements, and the new features available to their users. This meeting will focus on Mobility in Lync Server 2010. Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Randy Wintle (Speaker Bio here) will present Lync Mobility including the following:

·         Lync Mobility Overview

·         Lync Mobility Platform and Features

·         Lync Mobility Architecture Overview

·         Important Lync Mobility Architecture Considerations for organizations

·         Live Demo (Windows Phone 7 and IOS)

Both Microsoft and Industry Lync Experts will be onsite to deliver this presentation, and help answer any questions related to Lync Server 2010.

For our first meeting, we will be raffling off an Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle in addition to other great Lync prizes!

Food and Drink will be provided free of charge by Plantronics.

Please see our website to register for this event and receive updates on all of our future events:

www.lyncusergroup.com

 

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Date: January 19th, 2012

Time: 7PM EST

Location:
Microsoft NYC Office
1290 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10104
Phone: 212-245-2100

 

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See you there!

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