The Map of Lync MVPs #Lyncmvpsmap January 2015

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On January 1, 2015 over one thousand people around the world were notified that they have received (or that they have been renewed) the Microsoft MVP Award. Being and MVP has a huge impact on the life of technical experts, both from a personal and from a professional point of view. I’m flattered to say […]

How the Lync Server Cookbook Was Born

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As some of you know, today the Lync Server Cookbook has been published and it is available on the publisher’s (Packt) website https://www.packtpub.com/networking-and-servers/lync-server-2013-cookbook In the next few days it will be available also via Amazon, Safari and so on. What I would like to share, right now, is the story behind the text and (also) […]

Unified Communication day in Moscow

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BELTEL (@BELTELinc) with Aruba Networks (@ArubaNetworks), Plantronics (@Plantronics), Microsoft (Russia) (@RusMicrosoft) and AudioCodes (@AudioCodes) have organized a great Unified Communication day in Moscow (27 November, at the Microsoft Technology Center). http://www.beltel.ru/press-center/events/1381 It required a lot of work and coordination and I have to say thank you to all the aforementioned companies (expecially to BELTEL) for […]

Lync MVPs on Twitter: Lists by Continent and “Phone Book”

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Following updates on Twitter is extremely important to stay in touch with latest news. I think it is also necessary to create lists, in order to filter the content and make them easier to use. For my convenience I have created five public lists (which you can subscribe on my Twitter handle @fabriziovlp) containing Lync MVPs […]

The Map of Lync MVPs #Lyncmvpsmap October 2014

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On October 1, 2014 over one thousand people around the world were notified that they have received (or that they have been renewed) the Microsoft MVP Award. Being and MVP has a huge impact on the life of technical experts, both from a personal and from a professional point of view. As usual, I have […]

A Timeline of Windows Server Products, Starting with Windows NT 3.5

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The announcement of the release of Windows Server preview (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn765472.aspx) made me think about the many Server Operating Systems Microsoft has published in the past nineteen – twenty years. I thought a timeline would be a good idea to have a quick overview of the story so far. Needless to say, you will see that the rate of new […]

Lync Passive Authentication: Getting Your Hands Dirty

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Disclaimer: I always “eat my own dog food”. Right now I am working on a Packt book and one of the topics is Lync Passive Authentication. Before writing about this topic I have built a complete lab (honestly, more similar to a scaled down production environment) to test it. The following are my finding about […]

The Big Map of Lync MVPs #Lyncmvpsmap July 2014

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On the 1st of July 2014 over one thousand people around the world were notified that they have received (or that they have been renewed) for the Microsoft MVP Award. Being and MVP has an huge impact on the life of technical experts, both from a personal and from a professional point of view. As usual, […]

Published on LinkedIn: Kerberos and Windows 2012: Our Favorite Monster Is Changed (Again)

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I have just published an Active Directory / Kerberos dedicated post on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140704091030-1393501-kerberos-and-windows-2012-our-favorite-monster-is-changed-again Here you can read the introductive paragraph Kerberos and Windows 2012: Our Favorite Monster Is Changed (Again) Since Windows Server 2000, Kerberos protocol has been part of our day-to-day job. Its three heads (Key Distribution Center, the client user and the server hosting […]

Hybrid Clouds “Silver Bullet” of the Cloud Computing?

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Cloud Security Alliance has organized a beautiful event for Central and Eastern Europe, in Ljubljana. https://csa-cee-summit.eu/ I have received the honor to take part to the event, with speakers like  James Snow from Google, Michele Bezzi from SAP, Kai Roer form the Roer Group and Jesus Luna from CSA EMEA. My speech has been about Hybrid […]

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