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  • More Open Session for TUCs and IT Pros in January

    With the implementation of UC Voice right around the corner, more open sessions have been scheduled for January.

  • Update on Exchange 2010

    On December 21, 2011, Josh Mickle, UC Email Service Manager, sent out an update about the Exchange 2010 System Performance through the CITES-TECHSUPPORT List Serv. See what he had to say below...

  • December UC Newsletter

    The December 2011 installment of the monthly UC at Illinois Newsletter is now available.

  • Important Unified Communications Update

    Dear Colleagues, CITES and ATAG (The Academic Telecommunications Advisory Group) would like to make an announcement regarding the UC Project.

  • Lync Mobile Examples

    Update on Lync Mobile

    On December 14, 2011, Tony Rimovsky, Executive Sponsor for UC at Illinois, sent out an update about Lync and mobile devices through the CCSP. See what he had to say below...

  • Lync Train the Trainer Class is Now FULL

    Recently, a letter about Lync training went out through the CITES-Techsupport List Serv. This training is for technical trainers, and it is intended to help them train others on the new UC Voice application, Microsoft Lync. This class is now FULL. Please keep checking back with the UC Blog for updates on training class like this and everything UC at Illinois.

  • Lync Train the Trainer Class is Now Available

    On December 9, 2011, a letter about Lync training went out through the CITES-Techsupport List Serv. This training is for technical trainers, and it is intended to help them train others on the new UC Voice application, Microsoft Lync. See the letter below from Kathy Lyons, CITES Help Desk Manager, for more information.

  • How Sprint is Leveraging Unified Communications

    Our campus has been well known for being on the cutting edge of many things such as research, teaching and technology. With the Unified Communications initiative, we are putting forward our efforts to provide more robust tools for the mission of our University. Other companies have made the same moves with UC, such as this article about Sprint and their usage of Unified Communications to achieve their greater mission and realize cost savings.

  • AHS Shares Their UC Device Research

    The AHS IST group has partnered with UC and shared some of their comments on UC devices as they've gone through and done their own internal research.

  • An Update From the UC Program Office

    Unified Communications Program Update

  • Find Out If You Are UC Voice Enabled...

    Some users across campus are wondering if they're enabled for Microsoft Lync. In order to start using your new UC Voice services, you have to be enabled with a Lync account. Some individual campus users are early adopters and already have Lync accounts set up; most other individual campus users will be provisioned with a Lync account starting January 9, 2012. Find out about your account status...