Lync- Audio and Video Conferencing
Service Type:Consulting, Professional Service
Business Need:UC, VoIP - Consulting & Deployment Services, VoIP/IP Telephony, Infrastructure, VoIP/IP Telephony Devices
Works With:Microsoft Certificate Services, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010, Microsoft Lync 2010, Microsoft Lync... (more)
Industry Focus:General - Applicable to All
Are you tired of trying to juggling multiple relationships with video conferencing, audio conferencing, IM, presence, and a desk phone?
PEI has helped several businesses create a unified approach to their communication strategy using Microsoft Lync 2010.
The conferencing function of Lync Server 2010 participants can collaborate and share information in real time. The audio and video capabilities with Lync can be used at any location with an internet connection. Users can also join a conference dialing in with a PSTN phone. Lync also seamlessly integrates with Outlook 2010 allowing organizers to schedule online meetings that can be joined with one click.
Lync incorporates the best of both worlds when it comes to the audio conferencing, video conferencing, and document sharing experience.
Not only does Lync Server provide a familiar feel of an audio bridge service, it encompasses scheduling, joining, and management features and tools. While on a conference call you can escalate to a video conference almost instantaneously. This allows you to add and remove video during the same audio conference you originally started with.
Taking collaboration and conferencing to the next level, Lync offers several document and application sharing options. While on a conference call you can share your desktop to broadcast websites, applications, documents, demonstrations, etc. Within the desktop sharing you can also give control to other participants.
Lync- Audio and Video Conferencing has not been reviewed by any customers.
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