If you are working in the Microsoft Teams and Intelligent Communications space, this is the conference you should attend. Organized by the community and our own MVP Josh Blalock, with speakers from all around the world who are focusing on deep level knowledge on calling, meeting and automation stack in Microsoft Teams, you are guaranteed to learn a lot. CloudWay is really proud to have two speakers at this event. MVP Ståle Hansen will talk about his lessons learned when migrating to Teams Direct Routing. MVP Alexander Holmeset will talk about automating admin tasks in Teams. Read the article about CommsvNext with Josh and the organizer team
I had the pleasure of speaking at the Microsoft Lync Conference back in 2014. That was one of the best conferences I have attended because everyone who was there, was part of the same UC community. I get the same vibe from Comms vNext, and I know that the guys organizing the event want to recreate the value of having a conference tuned around UC and IC. This is going to be a blast, you MUST attend if you are working in this space. I am thrilled to be joined by Alexander and Josh over there as well – MVP Ståle Hansen
Learn about what worked and what didn’t work when I had to migrate a global customer with 700 users from Skype for Business Server without doing tech pilot or business pilot first. The migration was a success, but there were a lot of gotchas during the process. I will touch on Teams device enrollment, Surface Hubs, the devices portal, Teams telephony, Team call, Auto Attendant and Call Queues. I will also share my top 5 list of stuff I wish I did before migrating and stuff I want to do tuning the platform moving forward. Join this session to build your confidence for your Teams migration.
How can you automate the administration of Microsoft Teams? Do you use PowerShell or Graph API? I’ll show you how to automate your daily tasks, provisioning and archiving.
About Comms vNext
To understand what we envision for the Communications vNext Summit, we should start with where we began. Comms vNext, the adopted short-hand version of the conference name, came about shortly after Ignite 2017. Josh Blalock, who had never been to the legendary Lync Conference, began to observe a common theme in the #Skype4B Twitterverse: many colleagues where longing for the days of Lync Conference – a conference centered around only the applications and technologies that were common amongst the Lync and Skype for Business crowd. Read more