Step-By-Step: Intégrer la messagerie unifiée Exchange 2013 avec un environnement Cisco Call Manager

L’intégration de la dernière version de la messagerie unifiée embarqué maintenant directement dans Exchange 2013 avec un système de téléphonie Cisco est un sujet d’actualité dans le cadre de nos projets de communications unifiées. En terme d’architecture, l’approche avec Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 est totalement différente de ces prédécesseurs Exchange Server 2007 et Exchange Server…


Step-By-Step: Integration between Exchange 2013 UM and Cisco Unified Communication Manager

Integrating the latest version of the UM board now directly in Exchange 2013 with Cisco telephony system is a hot topic in our projects. In terms of architecture, the approach with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is completely different from the Exchange Server predecessors 2007 and Exchange Server 2010. In previous versions , UM was a…


Summer is approaching, don't just plan to work on your tan.

I love this time of year. The days are getting longer, warmer and the deck is calling my name. (these are my feet….) At my house, summer months are very busy.  The kids are home, my wife is at home (she’s a teacher) so I tend to hide in my office with the door shut…

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Office 2013 Quick Start Guides

In my last role as a Technical Account Manager supporting large corporate and public sector customers, I often had discussions regarding moving to the latest versions of Office. Funny enough, the answer in a lot of cases was not the ones I expected (licensing and/or cost). But the fact the training budgets were cut and…

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System Center 2012 SP1– Overview

System Center 2012 SP1 has been on most of our radars since Windows Server 2012 was released.  as you know, when release in Q2 of 2012, System Center 2012 didn’t support the unreleased Windows Server 2012 operation system. The original System Center 2012 release was designed for Windows Server 2008 R2. The new System Center…

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4 New Technical Training Sessions - Get a "Jump Start" in the New Year

We love travelling this great country of ours, especially when we get to connect with the IT Professional Community and to deliver in person events.    If IT Camps have taught us anything, it’s that there’s an huge appetite out there for deeply technical, hands on training.  And rest assured, before you start asking about it in the comments…

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Windows Server 2012 IT Camp – Lab #3 - Thin vs. Fixed provisioning… That is the storage management question.

Since the last few Windows Server 2012 IT camps a few discussions have sprouted regarding “Thin provisioning” in Storage Spaces. a new feature of Windows Server 20912.  Those discussions mainly revolved around 3 things: What is Thin provisioning? How will that bring me value? And, Why should I care? Thin Provisioning and Storage Spaces? Thin…

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Windows Server 2012 IT Camp – Lab #2

In November I posted the first of several post that covered building a lab at home.  Then I followed up with Windows Server 2012 IT Camp – Lab #1 . This is third one in this series and it will cover the following: Details of the import virtual machines process in Hyper-v Virtual Machines Dynamic…

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7 new Microsoft Virtual Academy courses covering Private Cloud technologies

It’s never easy keeping up with all the latest technologies but at least the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) helps. If you haven’t checked it out already, it’s a free training portal which allows you to get up to speed on the latest Microsoft technologies all at your own pace. And great news…here are 7 new…

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Become a Licensing Expert

Licensing.  It’s the topic that we all love to hate, or to ignore at any rate.  Based on the feedback we get through GRS (the Global Relationship Study) Survey that we send out twice a year, Licensing is a major pain point for many of you.  We hear you loud and clear and we’re doing more…

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