Unified Blog: Microsoft Lync 2010 Resources

I’m  reading blogs and twitter feeds on Lync 2010 and Unified Communications on regular basis. This blog post is a collection of all the good Lync resources I’ve stumbled across so far. At this moment, it’s a simple (almost) uncategorized list.

Henry Dewing (Forrester) on Microsoft Lync 2010 http://bit.ly/ckpUPi

Microsoft Lync 2010 resources – MS download Center

Lync 2010 videos from TechEd 2010 http://bit.ly/cxTLCC

Lync 2010 Server Resources

TechNet page – http://technet.com/lync

Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Release Candidate. Download, planning resources and system requirements – MS Download Center

On the #Lync #PowerShell blog, article written by @CoperniX: Creating Response Groups with Lync PowerShell http://bit.ly/9kgmZg

Step-by-step MSFT Lync 2010 Consolidated Std Server Install Guide http://bit.ly/bLomy3

Unplug the PBX: Adding Domain or Enterprise Admins to #Lync Server 2010 http://bit.ly/abhBqj

What’s new in CS14 / Lync Enterprise Voice? (Technet Video)

What’s new in CS14  /Lync Platform Extensibility? (Technet Video)

Lync 2010 Client Resources

Lync 2010 Help and How-to – office.com

Application Sharing in #Lync http://bit.ly/aDb86N

How to allow domain users to connect to #Lync 2010 or #OCS 2007 from Clients running non-domain computers http://bit.ly/bh7rKK

What’s new in CS14 / Lync Client Extensibility? (Technet Video)

What’s new in CS14 / Lync High Definition? (Technet Video)

What’s new in CS14 / Lync IM and Presence? (Technet Video)

What’s new in CS14 / Lync Conferencing? (Technet Video)

“Microsoft Lync Server 2010 provides complete presence, instant messaging, conferencing and enterprise voice capabilities through a single, easy-to-use interface that is consistent across PC, browser, and mobile device. You can Architect your deployment for high availability using data center resiliency and survivable branch appliances. Administrators benefit from a single, consistent management infrastructure, new capabilities to increase availability, and interoperability with existing systems. Administrators also use a new PowerShell-based foundation for administration consistent with Exchange Server, Active Directory, and other Microsoft server products”


2 responses to “Unified Blog: Microsoft Lync 2010 Resources

  1. Pingback: Lync « JC’s Blog-O-Gibberish

  2. wow thanks for this post 😉 Thanks Admin i like you 😉

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