Posts from ‘vSeminars’

Dec
13

Just wanted to throw out a quick reminder to all of you involved day-to-day with Cisco Unified Communications in some fashion. Tomorrow I will host a free vSeminar on configuring and utilizing Active Directory as a source of LDAP user synchronization and authentication with the Cisco UC architecture servers.

If you still haven’t registered, you can do so right up until the webinar begins. To do so, simply click here and fill in your requested information at the bottom of the page.

In case you missed any previous vSeminars, be sure to check out the recent updates here.

Hope to see you tomorrow!

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Oct
21

Join me tomorrow, October 22nd at 12:00 PM PST / 3:00 PM EST, for the free vSeminar: Unified Mobility Interactions with Local Route Group and Globalization.

To attend this free vSeminar, use the following URL tomorrow at 12:00 PM PST / 3:00 PM EST: Unified Mobility Interactions with Local Route Group and Globalization

In case you missed any previous vSeminars, be sure to check out the recent updates here.

If you are interested in learning more about technologies covered by the CCIE Voice Lab Exam, check out INE’s Voice Deep Dive. The CCIE Voice Deep Dive is the ideal way to gain in-depth knowledge about specific topics and technologies. We’ve now just completed 17 modules, and unlike other Class on Demand’s that only go to 20 or possibly 25 hours, ours now span over 95 hours of training, and we still have more to go. It truly doesn’t get any “deeper” than this. We will post an update with the complete new table of contents to these 3 newly released Deep Dive modules on CUCME, next week.

Hope to see you tomorrow!

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Apr
13

We had a great response in turnout to Josh’s vSeminar yesterday. Thanks to everyone who made it out, we certainly hope it was beneficial for you!

A few comments from attendees in the ET helped us realize that the next Voice vSeminar, this Friday covering Simplifying Globalization and Localization, might be best held at 4pET/1pPT, rather than the 6pET/3pPT that it was originally scheduled for. So we changed it.

So why a lecture on this topic? Well, every class that I have taught over the last few months has invariably had most students walking in with a printout of the 40+ page, 3-part series on Globalization, Localization, and Mapping the Global to Local Variant blogs that I posted here on this blog a bit back. They all seem to have the same thing to say: “Excellent post, now can you simplify it just a bit for me and can you also explain why we would want to do any of this?”. So to that end – I decided to take on the task of helping you understand not only how in a much simpler way, but possibly more importantly, the why of it all. Continue Reading

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