The First of June Marks Father’s Day Early and The Beginning of Summer Days

The first day of June reminds me of the coming Summer and Sunny Days. June 1st is already here and the thought of Father’s Day on June 15th comes to mind early for the third Sunday of the month. In the 21st century, special days come up faster than we remember them while we are living here and now. During 2014, all days come up sooner than before and the weeks fly on the time machine for the rest of the year. We are already living through the sixth month of the year 2014. It is a coincidence when family members share the same month for their birthday anniversaries. In our family, there is a June Family Birthday celebration for all family relatives who have been born during this month.

The first Father’s Day was celebrated in Spokane, Washington on June 19, 1910 by Mrs. Sonora Smart in honor of her father, William Jackson Smart who had been a Civil War veteran and a single parent of six children—since her Father’s birthday was on June 5, the daughter wanted to make a special birthday party for the occasion which was held on the third Sunday for the first Father’s Day in June 1910. For more than a century, the United States of America celebrates Father’s Day on the third Sunday in June.

My Father’s 83rd Memorial Birthday is on the first week on June 7th since he was born in the year 1931 and lived during the 20th century.

The third week in June, I always remember when I got married for Father’s Day weekend in June.

Summer Solstice arrives on June 21 for all sun-worshippers on the official first day of summer for the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth.

The fourth week in June leads into the Enterprise Connect Lync Tour 2014 for New York and the East Coast Microsoft ‘s Lync: Making the Choice, Making it Work.

Microsoft Lync continues to grow in the market as a UC/IM/presence client, and its PBX feature set has now been on the market long enough for users to evaluate Lync as a voice solution as well. Over the last year, Microsoft has announced other Lync enhancements, including: Skype interoperability; clients for the major mobile OSs; and compatibility with room video systems.

While there is momentum behind Lync, there are also challenges. Lync requires a new approach to enterprise communications architecture and new ways of analyzing total cost of ownership (TCO). In addition, most enterprises operate their communications in a multivendor environment, and fitting Lync in can be complicated.

The program will feature an intensive day-long series of sessions designed to help you develop strategies for successful Lync adoption and implementation.

In addition to information-packed sessions, you’ll bolster your understanding of Lync adoption through networking breaks, lunch and an end-of-day cocktail reception with colleagues and leading vendor companies who help make Lync adoption possible.

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