My codeveloped lab that I´we written with fellow Lync MVP – Ståle Hansen is almost full but there are still some seats left, this will probably be one of the last chances to attend this training so if you are in Sweden make sure to book it now
Together with Ståle Hansen we are developing a new version of the Mastering Microsoft Unified Communications lab that will be held at LabCenter the 20th of September and 29th of November, there are still some seats available for the September lab and some more for the November edition.
And here is a short intro video to the lab
Anew Webcast Series are coming in the September / October timeframe and its being presented by Byron Spurlock.
9/16/2011 10:00:00 AM – Deep Dive: Lync Server 2010 Edge Servers
9/23/2011 10:00:00 AM – Microsoft Lync 2010 High Availability and Resiliency
10/7/2011 10:00:00 AM – Microsoft Lync 2010 Voice Deployment
10/14/2011 10:00:00 AM – Deep Dive: Lync Server 2010 Conferencing
Before Twitter/Facebook/Google+, your instant messenger status had to not just tell people whether or not you were free to chat, but serve as a rudimentary thought dump of quotes and witty sayings. Now social networks actually exist, your status can finally just be your status. But even then, what are the dos and don’ts of IM status?
What might not be obvious is that while you use your IM status in one way, it might not come off the same way to others. Here are some major use cases of IM status and how it’s perceived.
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Just a quick post to inform you all that I now have a new section in the blog dedicated to Lync Training. It can be found in the top menu or by clicking this link.