UC Birmingham User Group – 10th February www.ucbug.co.uk/ucbugev7

Section 1. Come and Join us on the 10th February and grab your ticket from the UCBUG Website www.ucbug.co.uk/ucbugev7

10th of February 2016 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Birmingham, United Kingdom

6:00 – Networking

6:30 – Jason Wynn – Voice of Skype for Business – Hybrid and Cloud’

Jason Wynn will cover the two new option added as part of the E5 Suite – Voice as part of an online or hybrid configuration. This will include PSTN Conferencing, PSTN Calling, and PSTN Calling with Cloud PBX.

7:30 – Break
Enjoy the Free Tea / Coffee and Snacks provided

7:45 – Brian Reid – Protecting your users from Malware
Brian Reid from NBConsult will look at how to protect your users from malware in their email. In this session we will look at the configuration options available in Exchange Server and in Microsoft’s Cloud (EOP and ATP. We will do a Q&A on other vendors cloud offerings as well.

8:45 – Wrap Up, News, Raffle and Networking at Square Peg

This event is sponsored by KEMP Technologies and IR

PLEASE NOTE: Currently on Bull Street there is a lot of road works to expansion the Midland Metro Line. You might not be able to see the venue clearly but its located opposite all the shops and set back into a court yard.

1) Londonderry House NCP Discounted Rate

Visitors to The Priory Rooms have the discounted rate of only £5.10 for 24 hours parking at The Londonderry House NCP on Dalton Street, B4 7LX.

The NCP provides secure parking and is only a short walk from our conference centre. Visitors just need to collect their discounted ticket from The Priory Rooms reception at the end of their meeting. Then when you wish to leave the car park enter your original ticket, followed by our ticket for the discount to apply.

It would mean that 8 hours parking which would normally cost £20.00, would be only £5.10!

For directions to The Londonderry House NCP click here.

Please note that only pre-booked organiser and disabled parking is available on site. Delegates should make their way to one of the local public car parks.

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