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  • May 23, 2013
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    UC Architects make a splash with their new Windows Phone App 2

    It's nice to have some help to filter the mass of information that we have to cope with on a daily basis. The fine people known as "the UC Architects" have made a Windows Phone app available. Those of you who insist on using i* devices or Android can use their podcast feed. And there's more because Microsoft has updated its RSS feed for Exchange. All good stuff!...More
  • Feb 14, 2012
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    Lync 2010, Load Balancing, & Bandwidth 1

    How is your Microsoft Lync 2010 deployment going? Are you even looking at Lync? I recently ran a poll about Lync adoption on the Exchange & Outlook page of WindowsITPro.com, and I was surprised by how many responders said they were already using or were planning a move to Lync 2010. Pleasantly surprised, I should say. The poll results indicated that 45 percent of respondents were already running Lync 2010, and another 8 percent were using Lync 2010 through Microsoft Office 365. Further, another 24 percent said they were currently planning to upgrade to Lync 2010. That leaves less than a quarter of respondents who were sticking with their current unified communications (UC) provider, whether that was a previous version of Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) or a competing UC platform....More
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