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Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Unleashed (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. April 2013


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Alex Lewis, MCITP, CISSP, has a mixed background in telecommunications, IT, and consulting, with more than 15 years of experience. He has worked with the Lync family of products since the Exchange 2000 instant messaging service and a number of other solutions, including Cisco, Avaya, Nortel, Shoretel, and NEC. He has worked with a wide range of environments from small organizations to large enterprises requiring complex or custom communications solutions, and he is responsible for architecting and implementing some of the largest Lync deployments in the world. Alex is a strong believer in the power of business and technology alignment using technological solutions to reduce costs and drive revenue and leveraging Communications Enabled Business Processes (CEBP) to accelerate business success. Including titles on Active Directory and Exchange, and two on Lync, Alex has participated in writing eight books from 2004 to present. He is currently principal consultant at Modality Systems, a boutique international consulting firm focused on Microsoft unified communications. He loves a challenge and brings a wealth of experience to each new engagement. In his spare time Alex enjoys scuba diving with sharks and beach volleyball.
Tom Pacyk is one of only a few people worldwide to hold both the Microsoft Certified Master certification and the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for Lync Server. Tom works as a Principal Systems Architect at ExtraTeam and is currently based in Chicago, Illinois. He began his career as a systems administrator and has moved into working as a consultant for the past seven years, designing and implementing collaboration solutions for large and small customers. His Unified Communications work began with the original Exchange 2000 instant messaging service, and he has been involved with implementations of every version of the product up to Lync Server 2013. Outside of work Tom runs a blog related to Microsoft Lync and Exchange topics, and he enjoys writing thrilling nonfiction books such as this one.
David Ross, MCITP, VCP, CCEA, CCSP, has more than 14 years of experience in IT consulting, the majority of which has been spent playing the lead architect role on network design and implementation projects throughout the San Francisco Bay area. David is currently acting as a principal engineer for Convergent Computing, and he develops hybrid solutions involving multiple vendor technologies for organizations of all sizes. Specialties for David include Active Directory, Exchange, Lync, Citrix technologies, virtualization solutions using VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V, and Cisco routing, switching, and security technologies.
Randy Wintle is a Unified Communications Architect specializing in planning, architecture, and implementation of enterprise unified communications solutions. Randy has an exceptional track record for driving success on large enterprise deployments of Microsoft OCS and Lync Server 2010. He has successfully guided several large organizations in their development of strategies to enhance their business through Microsoft UC solutions. Randy is both a Microsoft Certified Master and a Microsoft MVP for Lync Server 2010, a rare combination and evidence of his technical prowess and recognition as an industry expert. Randy frequently participates in community and Microsoft-sponsored technical events. He helped develop the Microsoft training and certification programs for Lync and OCS. Randy has been previously published in the book" Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Resource Kit." He has also contributed to many online whitepapers and has a very successful UC blog.


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HASH(0x98dfd93c) von 5 Sternen First authoritative book on the subject 29. Juli 2013
Von Shahe Michael Momjian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Being the first book on the subject can have its drawbacks. The authors have done a commendable job of putting together enough detail about Lync 2013 to make the book worth the price. The authors cover the new or improved features of Lync 2013 such as Persistent Chat, Enterprise Voice, and Web/Video/Audio conferencing well and provide some historical perspective in the evolution of some of the features which helps the reader evaluate the benefits of upgrading to Lync 2013. Now for the drawbacks of being first - some things are missing, for example: 1) Prerequisites to install server roles are missing or not complete. 2) Lync 2013 depends on some sort of Firewall and Security layer to publish IM and Conferencing functions to users on the Internet. The authors have chosen to use Microsoft Threat management Gateway 2010 to discuss how to expose these functions to the Internet. Microsoft plans to discontinue TMG in favor of Application Request Routing, which the authors did not cover.

These shortcomings are minor considering the value, I give it 4 stars. Go through this book get an overall picture of the new technologies and functions in Lync 2013 and then hit Google / Bing to pick up what's missing. I consider this book a good companion to the material covered in the Lync blogosphere.

Update: September 2013
I reconsidered my earlier rating of 4 stars, and downgraded it to 2 stars now that "Mastering Lync Server 2013" is out. Of the two available publications, Mastering is far superior in content, organization, and useful detail. See my review of "Mastering".
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HASH(0x98dfdb88) von 5 Sternen Great book! 19. Mai 2013
Von Caryn Blanchard - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is packed with information about implementing and using Lync 2013. I found one of the early chapters on establishing a business case for Lync extremely helpful.
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HASH(0x98dfddc8) von 5 Sternen Very nicely put together. 20. Mai 2013
Von M.H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Easy to follow format and very nicely put together book. Since MSFT doesn't make a lot of changes between versions some of this is redundant if you've already read through the 2010 LYNC material, but there is a lot of new information in this book. Well worth the price paid!!
HASH(0x98dfe128) von 5 Sternen 4 Stars! 11. Oktober 2013
Von Chad Neuharth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I completely disagree with the previous comment that compares this book to Lync Server Unleashed. I got that book on pre-order and was actually a bit disappointed. I received the latest edition of "Unleashed" a couple weeks ago and I can already tell you it is superior in many ways. This book tackles a much wider breadth of issues and covers real world scenarios and best practices. I wish it covered IIS ARR but overall I am very happy with this book and recommend it the "one to get".
HASH(0x98dfe344) von 5 Sternen Love it!!! 12. März 2014
Von Ron G. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is well written and a must have for anyone looking to deploy or migrate to Lync Server 2013 in their environment.
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