The Irish Windows User Group
will be running a session focusing on OCS, aka Office Communications Server. The speaker is John McCabe, a senior engineer with CDSoft.
Mobile users and mobile computing have enabled a more flexible workforce but there is a challenge in enabling communications that are just as flexible and mobile. OCS can be used to resolve these issues. For most of us, this is an alien world and we just wouldn't know where to start. This session aims to show you how you can use OCS to resolve communications issues in your business.
- Discussion about UC and A Quick Open forum: This is to facilitate if people know what UC is to give them background information and concepts regarding it and then a quick open forum of topics/questions they would like emphasised in the run through
- Deployment Scenarios – Internal Deployments: A Discussion on the types of deployment you can have internally in your organisation
Duration: 30 Mins
- Deployment Scenarios – (Remote Access/Federation/Public IM): A discussion on the types of deployment you can have for external users and internal users to communicate outside the organisation
Duration: 30 Mins
- Planning For Unified Communications: Detail the process about planning for a deployment in your organisation and some of the factors you have to think about
- Duration: 1 Hour
About The Speaker
John McCabe works for CDSoft Limited
based in Celbridge, Kildare. He has worked for over 12 years in the IT industry in various different fields ranging from telecoms, security, deployment and design. Over the last 12 months he has focused his attention on pushing Unified Communications in the Irish market place. He has presented alongside Microsoft on “Tech Days” about Unified Communications and many times in Microsoft “Envision” Centre. John has attained the 088-924 and 074-924 Voice Specialization Exams from Microsoft further complementing his UC skillset
Where And When
Registration is mandatory for attending the in-person event at Microsoft.
Event: 09:00 until 12:00
Although the best experience is to be on site for the presentation, we will be live webcasting the event using Live Meeting. You should use the installed (not the web) client
There is no need to register for the live event if you only wish to tune into the webcast.