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The UC Architects is online #mvpbuzz


It’s my pleasure to let you know thatlast week, the UC architects community is launches, we will do regular Podcasts, you can download the first regular instalment of The UC Architects, a regular bi-weekly podcast focusing on Exchange and Lync including:

  • Exchange and Lync tips and tricks
  • Deep dives into new features and products
  • Round ups of the Exchange and Lync news so you don’t miss an interesting new tool made available by the community.

In this week’s episode, I talk to Dave Stork, John A Cook, Michael Van Horenbeek andSerkan Varoglu about Exchange 2010 SP2 Update Rollup 3 and why you should take notice, we chat about Exchange 15 (or is it 2013?) rumours and then chat about TechEd, MEC and what’s new this week around Lync and Exchange.

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In future episodes you’ll also get to hear from the rest of the team, including Exchange and Lync MVPs Pat Richard,Mahmoud Magdy, Johan Veldhuis, Tom Arbuthnot and Ståle Hansen – along with Exchange and Lync bloggers Michel De Rooij, Paul Cunningham and Andrew Price. As you can see we’ve got quite a line-up – and we also hope to have some other guests in from the community and Exchange and Lync product teams too.

The UC Architects is available as an RSS feed you can subscribe to, and over the next couple of days will be available in the iTunes and Zune stores for free download too. Find out more by clicking the link below!

Download the podcast!

By the way – if you’re interested in getting involved or have any feedback, as well as our website we’ve got Facebook andLinkedIn groups along with our Twitter account, @TheUCArchitects

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