Justin Morris with the blog “on UC” started a blog series a while ago with interviews of UC pros, this fast grew into a NextHop featured series and I’m honored to be featured in this months Interview with a Lync Pro series over at NextHop.
Surface has a 10.6″, 16:9 widescreen HD Display. Microsoft’s ClearType HD Display technology delivers a great picture for movies. An ultra-wide viewing angle makes it easy for your friends to share in the vibrant experience. The auto-adjusting screen intensity delivers great visual clarity, indoors and out. The addition of the Micro SD card slot means you can bring your entire movie and music collection with you on vacation.
Capture life from all sides
Surface has not just one, but two cameras. Use the front LifeCam to chat with the people that you care about. The rear-facing LifeCam is angled to 22 degrees so you can flip out the Kickstand and record meetings and events hands-free. Stereo speakers and dual microphones tuned for Skype (They meant to write Lync) help you sound like you are right next door.
The Meeting Content Viewer tool is an administrative tool you can use to convert Lync Server 2010 web conferencing (meeting) content, such as whiteboard and poll files saved in the file store by Lync Server 2010, from its binary format into a viewable format.
Microsoft just released a security update for the Lync PC client and Communicator 2007 R2 client, classified as important which means that you should roll it out ASAP.
It will be rolled out automatically via windows update if your clients are configured to recive updates automatically.
The most severe vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if a user views shared content that contains specially crafted TrueType fonts.