MUCUGL July 2013: Lync Call Recording, Hybrid Options and Skype Federation

After a great event in April, we’re already lining up for the July event. This time on a Monday evening at the Polycom EEC, near Liverpool Street station.

First up, after experience on a customer project, Tom is going to go over the Call Recording Options for Lync. Deep diving into the different technical models and products and pro’s and cons of each.

Next up, hot on the heals of the announcement that “Hybrid Voice” is no longer available, Adam Jacobs goes over what your hybrid options are for mixing Lync on-prem with Lync on Office 365, including how split domain is architected.

Finally, Justin Morris, back from Teched NA and Europe, goes over exactly how Lync-Skype federation works and some of the gotchas.

Should be lots of good technical information. Actiance have kindly offered two copies of Mastering Lync Server 2013 to give away on the night.

We’ll then wrap up for the usual beers around 8pm. Hope to see you there.

Meeting is from 6pm on Monday 15th July at Polycom EEC, near London Liverpool street station

Polycom Executive Experience Center

69 Old Broad St

16th Floor – Dashwood House

Broadgate, London EC2

Great Britain

Register Here: http://mucugljuly2013.evenbrite.com/

Full agenda below

Date: July 15th 2013 Title: Lync Call Recording, Hybrid Options and Skype Federation
Times Topics
18.00-18.30 – Lync Call Recording Understanding the Products and Options Tom Arbuthnot gives an overview of the various third party voice recording product models and his experience with them.
18.30-19.00 – Understandings your Lync Server and Lync Online Hybrid Options Adam Jacobs deep dives into your hybrid options between Lync Server on-prem and Lync on Office 365
19.00-19.20 – (Networking) N/A
19.20-19.50 – Everything you need to know about Lync and Skype integration Justin Morris goes over the details of Skype federation with Lync, how to set it up and some of the gotchas
19.50-20.00 – Wrap Up and Close Close and head to the pub

 

 

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