Unified communication news roundup, March 09 edition

I’ve been collecting bits and pieces of information that were too short to make meaningful posts on their own– now I’ve mashed them together to make a semi-meaningful post.

First, OCS/LCS guru Joe Schurman has a new book out: Microsoft Voice and Unified Communications. As soon as I got Dustin Hannifin’s mail announcing it, I ordered it.

Second, I found that Microsoft has an extensive listing of products that have been certified as supported with OCS 2007 R2 under the Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program. There’s a lot of interesting stuff there (including the fact that I’m a revision behind on my 3300 firmware).

Third, OCS and Speech Server MVP Marshall Harrison launched a new site, GotUC.net. It’s a portal dedicated to the OCS development community. It’s still fairly new, so there isn’t much there, but I expect that to change over time– drop by and say hi.

I also need to write a summary of my MVP Summit experiences, but that will have to wait until later.

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