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Columbus Exchange and Windows User Group (CEWUG): Unified Communications

One solution from Microsoft I've always been curious about but never had the time to dedicate to, Office Communication Server or OCS. Presence with instant messaging, VOIP, video conferencing...all kinds of neat stuff. The next meeting of will provide a full demo. Might want to check that out.

What: Columbus Exchange and Windows User Group (CEWUG)

Join Microsoft and BT to learn how Microsoft Unified Communications solutions help streamline communications between people and organizations, bringing together e-mail, calendaring, voice mail, IM/ presence, VoIP, audio, video, and Web conferencing. This interactive session will include a live demonstration of the Microsoft Unified Communications Solutions.

CEWUG Registration Link

Agenda:
  • 5:30 to 6:05: Welcome time; meet the MS steering committee, pizza and beverages
  • 6:05 to 7:05: Microsoft Unified Communications overview and demonstration
  • 5 minute break
  • 7:10 to 8:15: BT INS discusses how they saved money using Microsoft Unified Communications

Where: 8800 Lyra Dr, Suite 400 Columbus, OH 43240

When: Wednesday: March 25, 2009 5:30 to 8:15 PM

Presenters:
  • Michael Austin , Microsoft Unified Communications Group
  • Joan Windsor, BT INS

The goal of the CEWUG is to build relationships with peers, share expertise and involvement with the central Ohio IT community.

We will meet the 4th Wednesday of the month at the MS Columbus Office: 8800 Lyra Dr, Suite 400, Columbus, OH 43240

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