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Lync Conference 2014 – Las Vegas

For everyone interested in Microsoft Lync and what the future holds for it should be attending the Las Vegas Lync conference in February.  From February 18th through the 20th, Microsoft will be hosting a technical Lync Conference for anyone who is interested in learning more about the product stack.  Partners, customers, competitors, and fans will all be in attendance to discuss benefits, features, its future, and even drawbacks.  However, keep in mind that this event is not for your sales or marketing managers.  This event will be a deep dive into Lync and what it can and cannot do.  A few of the sessions that attendees can participate in are:

  • Bandwidth and Security implications of Deploying Lync Online
  • Bringing Lync Enterprise Voice to your Branch Users
  • Aruba Networks: Can Your Network Walk The Walk And Talk The Talk
  • Deploying and Configuring Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Persistence Chat
  • Advanced UCMA Concepts
  • Data Doesn’t Lie: How to investigate and troubleshoot call quality due to network issues
  • Apps for Lync: Telephony Controls

Microsoft describes this event in the following paragraph:

“For the vast majority of enterprises today, Lync is that gathering place. Lync connects people everywhere and when we come together, we are capable of great things! On February 18th, 2014, the global Lync community will come together for the highly anticipated, second annual Lync Conference. Don’t miss your chance to attend this incredible event!”  Microsoft’s words describing this event show the pride they take in this event every year.

As a Microsoft Partner, PEI suggests IT Managers hop a plane and learn more about the Unified Communication stack that will soon take over the world!  Lync is gaining new customers faster then any of its competitors – and there is a reason for that – IT’S AWESOME!  As a leading Lync partner, PEI has deployed over 25,000 seats of Microsoft Lync and believes in the solution over all others.  However, there is only one real way to truly believe in Microsoft Lync – try it out!

Whether you use it as part of the Office 365 stack, have a licensing as an EA customer, or separately wish to see it in action – Microsoft wants to show you what Lync’s got!

To learn more go to

Adam Lee, PEI

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