Two Certified Lync Masters Recap Lync Conference 2014

Not everyone is planning to attend the Lync Conference this month.  So to recap and review what was presented, you will able to hear two Certified Lync Masters present the highlights, trends and latest developments discussed at Lync Con 2014 for this user group session. 



• Welcome, Introductions and Networking

• Lync Conference 2014 Recap presented by Jason Warkentine and Randy Wintle

• Ask the Experts panel- Jason Warkentine and Randy Wintle

• Group discussion- Next meetings topics and venues

• MeadHall for Drinks and Appetizers after meeting concludes

Speaker BIO:  Jason Warkentine

He is the UC Technical Consulting Manager at Integration Partners. Jason is a Microsoft Certified Master in Lync 2010 (MCM) and holds a Charter Master Certification in Communication (MCSM). He has been participating in the Microsoft Telecommunications field since its relevant inception with the Introduction of OCS 2007. Jason is a UC and Lync Expert who has worked directly for Global Telecommunications Companies and has been instrumental in the products adoption as a single voice platform and communications hub.

Speaker Bio: Randy Wintle

He is a Senior UC Architect and Lead Consultant at Modality Systems. Randy is a Microsoft Certified Master in Lync 2010, Microsoft MVP, UC and Lync Expert, Author and cofounder of the New York and New England Lync Users Groups. Randy is a published author featured in the Lync Server 2010 Resource Kit Book, and Lync Server 2013 Unleashed. He has also contributed to many online white papers and has a very successful UC related blog. He has a business development background suited for working with large enterprise accounts.

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  • David P.

    Good meeting, I liked being able to ask questions to gain understanding of how some things work. I saw several new faces in terms of customers, which is a good thing in my mind. Spread the word!!!

    In regards to the question; What time should be meetings be held?
    I'm open, whether the majority wants "after work" or "during work", either way. But I will say this, if it's after work (6-8pm) then I think someone should provide food. Waiting until 9pm to eat the evening meal is not fun.

    March 6, 2014

  • Dan G.

    Sorry I missed it. Got stuck in traffic when the PD closed roads and by the time I got there, the meeting was over half over. Looking forward to the next!

    March 6, 2014

  • Rick G.

    Really enjoyed this meetup. Gained a lot of information and enjoyed the open forum concept of this meetup.

    March 6, 2014

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