Workplaces are changing. Teams are more distributed. People need productivity tools that enable them to work from virtually anywhere. Yet, despite organisations' technology investments, users struggle to stay connected. Users must choose other modes for collaboration and communication, making it challenging for IT professionals to deliver integrated capabilities, cost-effectively and securely.
Microsoft Lync connects users regardless of their location and delivers an intuitive user experience that is directly accessible from Microsoft Office applications. Lync brings together the different ways people communicate into a single interface, is deployed as a unified platform, and is administered through a single management infrastructure. The unified nature of the system helps reduce costs and facilitates rapid user adoption. And, because Lync is broadly interoperable, it fits into existing IT infrastructure for easier deployment and migration.
Microsoft Lync delivers a wide range of user benefits that enable improved productivity and efficiency to both desk based and mobile workers.
How do you implement Lync with Microsoft? There are a number of vendors that enable the end to end Lync solution. Some of those vendors are:
This Westcon Convergence Tell Me About... UC solutions guide is a consolidated, simplified and relevant overview of unified communications, presented in an easy to read and understand format. This guide is intended to be used as a sales tool to help you familiarise yourself with the features and benefits associated with UC Solutions. The areas that this guide details include: