Tony Redmond has been working with Exchange Server since Digital and Microsoft concluded the Alliance for Enterprise Computing in August 1995 and he found out that the OpenVMS-based email server that he was working on had just been superseded. He’s written ten books on Exchange to date, including his latest “Office 365 for Exchange Professionals” that appeared in May 2015. In addition, he has written literally hundreds of articles about different aspects of Exchange and has spoken at conferences such as TechEd, MEC, Exchange Connections, and HP’s Technology Forum. Tony blogs regularly about Exchange and Office 365 at http://windowsitpro.com/blog/tony-redmonds-exchange-unwashed-blog
Ståle Hansen is an Office Server and Services MVP and CEO at Advania Norway. He regularly speaks at industry events such as Lync Conference, Nordic Infrastructure Conference, TechEd and Ignite. He blogs at msunified.net, is part of the UC Architects podcast group and is a highly rated trainer. Since 2006 he has been implementing OCS, Lync and Skype for Business in diverse and challenging environments across verticals, mostly including Enterprise Voice. His core competence is to explain complex scenarios and make them understandable by combining technical insight and business value.
Martin Lidholm has had a long career in consulting with a focus on communication solutions for large Swedish and international organizations.
|Steven Van Houttum
Steven van Houttum is an independent consultant specialized in Microsoft Unified Communications. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and has been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) from 2006-2010 for Exchange and since 2011 for Lync. Steven has a background in telephony and is a Lync (Voice) Ignite trainer. He was a technical reviewer for the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Resource Kit and OCS R2 Ignite training, and a contributing writer for the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Resource Kit. He is a frequent speaker on Exchange Server and Lync Server, at Microsoft events and for the Dutch Unified Communications User Group (ucug.nl) events.
Tommy Clarke is a market leader in unified communications and a Microsoft Most Valued Professional and Microsoft Certified Systems Master in Lync Server. He has deep experience in Office 365, Skype for Business, Lync, SharePoint, Exchange, Office Communications Server, Active Directory.
He is one of the founders and a managing partner at Altitude 365 in Stockholm, Sweden and also has a role as a Microsoft P-SSP. Tommy´s focus now is to help Enterprise customers move to the cloud. He also delivers trainings, manages three of Scandinavia’s largest user groups with focus on Office 365, Skype for Business and Azure.
His primary work is centered around Skype for Business, Enterprise Architecture, Business Development, Delivering Training and Technical Leadership.
Johan joined the Be-Com (formerly known as “Pro-Exchange”, “Pro-Lync” & “Pro-Office365”) community in 2006 and is one of the User Group Leads. Next to his work in the User Group, Johan writes articles for our blog blogs and several other tech websites and tries to help as many people as possible in the Unified Communications Forums on TechNet.
Johan has been talking passionately about Lync and Skype for Business at Community Events such as TechDays, LyncDay, TechED Europe, TechED US, Lync Conference and Microsoft Ignite.
In oktober 2008 Johan was awarded as an MVP for Exchange Server and moved on to become an MVP for Office Communications Server in 2009, Lync Server in 2010 and he has been re-awarded every year since — most recently in 2015 as an MVP for Skype for Business.
As one of the few people, world-wide, Johan achieved the Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) Certification for Lync 2010
You can follow him on Twitter @jdelimon
Jaap Wesselius is an independent consultant based in The Netherland. His main focus has always been Exchange server, but over time this has shifted to Lync server a couple of years ago and now Office 365 from Microsoft.
|Michel de Rooij
Michel de Rooij is a consultant and Office Servers and Services MVP from The Netherlands. Besides Exchange, Michel’s other areas of interest are PowerShell, Office 365 and messaging in general. Michel is the author of “Pro Exchange 2013 SP1 PowerShell Administration: For Exchange On-Premises and Office 365”, contributor to The UC Architects podcasttheucarchitects.com, and blogs about Exchange and related subjects at eightwone.com.
Dave has been active in IT for over 14 years. He originally started as a helpdesk member, but has been working as a consultant for OGD for the better part of the past years. Dave specializes in Exchange Server and Office 365 and was awarded as an MVP for Office Server and Services (formerly known as Exchange MVP) in 2014. He is a member of “The UC Architects” podcast and blogs on dirteam.com
|Michael Van Horenbeeck
Michael is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Master (MCSM) and Exchange Server MVP from Belgium and works as an independent consultant for various customers around the world. He is a dynamic and highly skilled IT professional, focusing on everything Cloud, Identity Management, Messaging and Collaboration. Michael specializes in a variety of Microsoft technologies like Office 365, Exchange and (Azure) Active Directory and has a proven track record in all things “hybrid” –that is how he got his nickname “Van Hybrid”.
You can follow him via Twitter (@vanhybrid) or his blog vanhybrid.com.