Lync 2010 Self Study Guide: Videos and Webcasts

  •  Designing Lync Jump Start

Designing Lync Jump Start (01): Overview of the Lync Server 2010 Design Process

Designing Lync Jump Start (02a): Designing a Lync Server 2010 Topology | Part 1

Designing Lync Jump Start (02b): Designing a Lync Server 2010 Topology | Part 2

Designing Lync Jump Start (03a): Designing for Conferencing and External Scenarios | Part 1

Designing Lync Jump Start (03b): Designing for Conferencing and External Scenarios | Part 2

Designing Lync Jump Start (04): Planning and Designing Load Balancing

Designing Lync Jump Start (05): Designing a Mediation Server Topology

Designing Lync Jump Start (06a): Designing Voice Infrastructure | Part 1

Designing Lync Jump Start (06b): Designing Voice Infrastructure | Part 2

Designing Lync Jump Start (07): Designing Exchange Server Unified Messaging Integration with Lync Server 2010

Designing Lync Jump Start (08a): Creating a Network Design for Lync Server 2010 – Part 1

Designing Lync Jump Start (08b): Creating a Network Design for Lync Server 2010 – Part 2

Designing Lync Jump Start (09): Designing Location Services in Lync Server 2010

Designing Lync Jump Start (10): Designing Response Group Services

Designing Lync Jump Start (11): Designing Resiliency

Designing Lync Jump Start (12): Designing for Backup and Disaster Recovery

Designing Lync Jump Start (13): Designing Monitoring and Archiving Server

Designing Lync Jump Start (14): Planning a Migration to Lync Server 2010

  • Deploying Lync Jump Start

Deploying Lync Jump Start (01): Features and Architecture of Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (02a): Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 1

Deploying Lync Jump Start (02b): Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 2

Deploying Lync Jump Start (03): Configuring Users and Rights for Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (04a): External User Access Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 1

Deploying Lync Jump Start (04b): External User Access Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 2

Deploying Lync Jump Start (05a): Configuring Basic Enterprise Voice Functionality Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 1

Deploying Lync Jump Start (05b): Configuring Basic Enterprise Voice Functionality Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 2

Deploying Lync Jump Start (6a): Extending Enterprise Voice Functionality Microsoft Lync Server 2010 | Part 1

Deploying Lync Jump Start (6b): Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1/Unified Messaging Integration | Part 2

Deploying Lync Jump Start (7a): Implementing Response Groups in Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (7b): Real-world IVR Scenarios with Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (8): Conferencing with Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (9): Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (10): Compliance and Archiving with Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (11): High Availability and Disaster Recovery in Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (12): Call Admission Control with Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Deploying Lync Jump Start (13): Deploying and Configuring Enhanced 9-1-1 with Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Lync Server Planning Tool: Part 1 – Design a Site and Create a Topology

Lync Server Planning Tool: Part 2 – Prepare Data for Import into Topology Builder

Topology Builder: Create Your First Pool

Topology Builder: Add an Edge Server

Topology Builder: Deploy a Standalone A/V Conferencing Server

Deploy Enterprise Voice (Part 1)

Deploy Enterprise Voice (Part 2)

Migrating from Office Communications Server 2007 to Lync Server 2010

Migrating from Office Communications Server 2007 R2 to Lync Server 2010

System-Wide Troubleshooting: Lync Call Issues

Monitoring and Managing Jitter for VoIP

Lync Server Notes from the Field: Options for Deployment

Discover how Lync works on your iPhone, Android & other smartphones/tablets

Unified Communications in 2010 and beyond – Interview | TechNet Edge

What’s new in deployment in Lync 2010

What new with voice in Lync 2010

What’s new in Lync 2010 Server

What’s new in Clients, Devices, Architecture & Interoperability in Lync 2010

What’s new in Microsoft Lync IM and Presence

What’s new in OCS 14 High Definition

What’s new in OCS 14 Client Extensibility

What’s new in OCS 14 Enterprise Voice

Session 1 – Getting Started with Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2010 Development

Session 2 – Integrating Microsoft Lync 2010 Features with the Lync Controls

Session 3 – Part 1 – Building Contextual Conversation Applications with the Microsoft Lync 2010 Managed API

Session 3 – Part 2 – Extending the Lync 2010 Conversation Window with the Microsoft Lync 2010 Managed API

Session 4 – Part 1 – Introducing the Lync 2010 Managed API

Session 4 – Part 2 – Starting Microsoft Lync 2010 Conversations Using the Microsoft Lync 2010 Managed API

Session 4 – Part 3 – Using the Microsoft Lync 2010 Object Model

Session 5 – Part 1 – Getting Started with the Exchange Web Services Managed API 1.0

Session 5 – Part 2 – Working with Extended Properties Using the Exchange 2010 Managed API 1.0

Session 5 – Part 3 – Working with the Exchange Free/Busy Service Using the Exchange Web Services Managed API 1.0

Session 5 – Part 4 – Exchange Notifications Using the Exchange Web Services Managed API 1.0

Session 6 – Part 1 – Introduction to the UCMA 3.0 SDK

Session 6 – Part 2 – Anatomy of a UCMA 3.0 Application

Session 6 – Part 3 – Call Control and Presence Events Using UCMA 3.0

Session 7 – Part 1 – Introduction to the UCMA 3.0 Workflow SDK

Session 7 – Part 2 – Anatomy of a UCMA 3.0 Workflow

Session 7 – Part 3 – UCMA 3.0 Workflow SDK Speech and DTMF Grammars

Session 7 – Part 4 – UCMA 3.0 Workflow Prompts, Events and Commands

Session 8 – Part 1 – Building Advanced Communications Solutions with UCMA 3.0

Session 8 – Part 2 – UCMA 3.0 Advanced Communications with Conference Services and Audio Routes

Session 8 – Part 3 – UCMA 3.0 Advanced Communications Using Application Endpoint Draining

Session 9 – Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2010: Architecture and Deployment

Business Insights Webcast: Introduction to Microsoft Lync 2010

Business Insights Webcast: Making the Switchto Software-Based VoIP

Business Insights: Voice, Video, and Data Conferencing with Microsoft Lync

Deep Dive: Lync Server 2010 Conferencing

Microsoft Lync 2010 High Availability and Resiliency

Microsoft Lync 2010 Voice Deployment

Lync Server 2010: Implementing Call-Admission Control

Lync Server 2010 Architecture Topologies

Lync Server 2010: Migration and Coexistence

Lync Server 2010: Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Interoperability: Voice, Video, Conferencing, IM, and Presence

Microsoft Lync Server 2010: Transforming the Way People Communicate

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