Lync from Applicable gives you a dedicated Lync solution with access to all the features of Microsoft Lync 2010/2013 to enable you to unlock the full potential of Unified communications (UC).
- Find and communicate with the right person with online presence.
- Create a better work environment by building social connections across geographies.
- Transform any conversation to include video-application and desktop sharing and be fully present in meetings without traveling.
- Connect over the internet to access from anywhere.
Hosted in dedicated environments in Applicable’s world class data centres, Applicable’s Hosted Lync gives you an enterprise class Unified Communications solution. With full integration into your existing VOIP and legacy PBX infrastructure, Applicable will deliver an Enterprise Voice service to get you communicating. Applicable will deploy the full range of SIP connectivity to enable voice conferencing to replace expensive Webex type services. All this for a fixed monthly fee.
With the support and management you would expect from a service provider with 12 years of heritage in delivering business critical private clouds, you can be assured your business will always be connected.
Our consultants can advise how to get the best from Lync and how to get started quickly to realise benefits immediately. With our heritage in delivering solutions with BT, you can be assured you get a robust ‘always on’ service backed by our premier support agreement with Microsoft.
How It Works:
Applicable will provide hosted and managed Microsoft Lync services based on Microsoft Lync Server, hosted in either one or two Applicable data centres. Users will have access to all functionality of Lync integrated into their own Active Directory (AD). Access is offered via VPN and private connectivity through any supported WAN technology. Applicable will also provide SIP access to the customers chosen SIP trunk provider.
Applicable hosted Lync 2013 has not been reviewed by any customers.
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