Speaking at Nordic Infrastructure Conference january 2014

For the third time I have been invited to speak at the Nordic Infrastructure Conference in Oslo january 2014. It is a huge honor to speak at such a premiere event with keynote by Andy Malone and speakers that are known for their technical knowledge and being good techtalkers. This year the focus is cloud and I will talk about Lync 2013 video interoperability and Lync Exchange integrations scenarios.

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Fellow Lync MVP Justin Morris will also be presenting Lync sessions on rollout success factors and how Lync Server 2013 leverages the complete Microsoft infrastructure ecosystem.

Here’s the two sessions I’ll be delivering:

Understand how video works in Lync and how video interoperability can be utilized Lync 2013 introduced a new video codec, multiview and mobile clients that can do video. This session talks about how it works, Lync Room System and how you can use third party solutions to interact with all other video solution out there.

Understand how Lync integrates with Exchange The Microsoft Exchange integration is core functionality in Lync. This session will go through how the different clients access exchange calendar information and we will take a look at UCS, High-res photos, Lync in OWA and Exchange Unified Messaging as well as take a look at how Lync on-premises can integrate with Exchange Online

NIC Cloud Edition is on January 16th-17th at Oslo Spektrum and offers not just UC topics but sessions on System Management, Virtualisation, Cloud Services, client management and loads more. For more info check out the agenda here.

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