This fall I had the honour of talking at TechEd Barcelona and TechDays Sweden about how to Succeed with Lync, BYOD and WiFi. This is a topic I am quite passionate about since it affects end-user experience. I believe that this is THE key focus areas for a successful Lync deployment. There is a saying that we as consultant, technicians and System Integrators always succeed with implementing the technology, but that does not mean the business are succeeding. Continue reading
I am proud to announce that I am speaking at TechEd Europe 2014 in Barcelona! This is the third international talk I am doing this year and my previous talks where in Las Vegas at the Lync Conference 2014 and in Houston at TechEd North America.
This time I am talking about a very interesting topic around how to succeed with mobile devices and enterprise voice. As more and more organizations move to Lync and voice and adopting BYOD and mobile devices call quality may get a hit. I will talk about what you need to focus on and how to actually implement it. See you in one of Europe’s finest cities :)
Title: Five Best Practices to Consider When Deploying Microsoft Lync 2013 for Mobile Clients with Enterprise Voice
Url (public): http://teeu2014.eventpoint.com/topic/list?keyword=hansen
Url (login): http://teeu2014.eventpoint.com/topic/details/OFC-B344
Session Code: OFC-B344
Time Slot: Thursday, October 30. 5:00 PM-6:15 PM
Room: Hall 8.0 Room F7
Abstract: When deploying Lync Mobile with Enterprise Voice, users expect to be able to complete calls as expected, roam around the building as they do when using cellular roaming, and have pristine quality to their calls as they do from their wired computer. Anything below those expectations would be a letdown, a failure, and Lync is always to blame, right? This session touches upon five best practices to consider when you want to reach those expectations and have a successful Enterprise Voice rollout with mobile Lync users in mind.
HashTags: #Lync #LyncMobile #BYOD #Productivity #GenMobile #GoodTimes #QoS #SDN
Friday april 11th I did a talk over a Lync Cast arranged by Microsoft Norway about Lync and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in a wireless infrastructure in Norwegian.
Abstract: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) er en trend IT avdelingen ikke alltid kan kontrollere. Tar man Lync med telefoni med i bildet så er det en del momenter man må tenke på, som hvilket nett skal «unmanaged devices» koble til, hvordan kan vi sikre tale kvaliteten og hvor enkelt er det å komme i gang for brukeren. Hvis du ønsker å lykkes med Lync i et trådløs nettverk, da er denne webcast for deg og din bedrift
View the video here: