Thursday, March 4, 2010

The train is going on…. UCVUG Q2 session 2010

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Yes! After a great Q1 meeting with interesting speakers like Matthijs Hoekstra (Microsoft) and John de Breij (Mitel) we continue our journey with a new scheduled session UCVUG Q2 #ucvug_nl ! It’s all about Wave 14 and the new version of Office Communications Server (W14) #ocs. Still one month remaining and TechDays will start! More information can be found here. If you can’t make it to TechDays we will have a great offering for you at UCVUG! This time we only have English speakers so everybody is welcome to join. Joachim Farla (founder and owner of


So I’m proudly to present the upcoming speakers on UCVUG:

Session 1: Ilse Van Criekinge Presented in English. More information see link session (Francois Doremieux)

image Ilse Van Criekinge has recently joined Microsoft as a Technology Advisor – Microsoft Unified Communications. Before that she worked as an ICT Trainer and Consultant for Global Knowledge. Being an MCT, she has offered several companies guidance in their Exchange and MOM deployments, as well as auditing the disaster recovery capabilities in their mail environment. Ilse has held the Exchange MVP award for three years since April 2007. You can follow her experiences at

Session 2: Mike Stacy (OCS MVP) talking about Polycom and their UC offering. Presented in English.

  • Quick overview on the products involved in the Microsoft solution
  • Review of the current and near term (April release) Microsoft integration
  • Demo

image Mike Stacy is a Microsoft Solutions Architect for Polycom and Microsoft OCS MVP.  Before joining Polycom in January, Mike was responsible for designing and deploying Microsoft-based unified communications solutions for enterprise customers as large as 160,000 users.  Mike is also a former Microsoft employee, where he worked as a Premier Field Engineer and later as a Unified Communications TSP out of the New York City office.

We are still looking for a sponsor for this event. Any suggestions are welcome. Please contact me directly if you have suggestions. The event is hosted by e-office ( / on twitter).

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