Lync Protocols Workload Poster

This poster shows each workload in Microsoft Lync Server 2010 communications software, describing relationships, dependencies, flow of information, and certificate requirements http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=ad8ff3fb-014e-4fd7-8003-436d896ab0c6&displaylang=en

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Bill Gates talks about Lync, using Lync

Great to see a familiar face..! http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/office/servers/videogallery.aspx

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Microsoft Lync is launched

The next generation of communication has landed Take a look: http://lync.microsoft.com/en-us/launch/Pages/launch.aspx

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Are you virtualising Exchange 2010..?

If you are, or at least thinking about it, then please make sure you digest the following article recently published on the Exchange Team blog http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2010/11/09/456851.aspx

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Green Cloud Computing

Reducing carbon emissions is on most businesses agenda, the following article posted on the Microsoft Online Team Blog discusses this in detail. The results: for large deployments, Microsoft’s cloud solutions can reduce energy use and carbon emissions by more than 30 percent when compared to their corresponding Microsoft business applications installed on-premise. The benefits are…

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Why can’t I in-place upgrade Exchange 2010..?

You may have seen the “Geek Out with Perry” series already, but he’s back with his latest instalment. Here are the main reason’s as to why a mailbox move is required, to hear it from the man himself, go here Surprise! It’s not about the laziness of the Exchange Devs In major releases we tend…

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Binary Tree alliance for Office 365 Migrations

I had a conversation with a friend of mine on Friday stating I had been a bit shy recently in publishing on my blog. I took this as a well deserved kick and will address accordingly. “Binary Tree today announced a strategic alliance to deploy its software for Microsoft led migrations for IBM/Lotus Notes customers…

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