Welcome to the Microsoft Lync Migration Resource Center
These days, companies of all sizes are implementing unified communications solutions in order to provide constant connectivity, improve collaboration and increase worker productivity. Many businesses are turning to Microsoft Lync as their UC solution of choice because of its integration with existing business tools such as Microsoft Office, as well as its robust capabilities in the areas of instant messaging, VoIP, video conferencing and more. For companies interested in migrating to Microsoft Lync, this site will serve as a comprehensive resource, complete with white papers, videos, case studies, industry news, webinars, blog posts and more.
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Delivering innovative solutions and seeing future developments requires hiring the right talent to keep service providers ahead of the game. Whitlock, a global audiovisual (AV) and UC solutions provider, specializing in collaborative technology design, integration and managed services, has announced the hiring of Patrick (Pat) Borka to lead the company's Microsoft UC delivery teams as well as expanding its portfolio in cloud and mobility with next-generation solutions.
Pexip has enhanced its distributed video conferencing platform with support for Microsoft Lync in addition to legacy video users. The company has rolled out Infinity 7, the latest release of its offering, to help users connect easily no matter which device, technology or videoconferencing environment they are using.
Taking its second major step down the software-defined networking path, Meru Networks today unveiled an application provisioning and management dashboard called Meru Center, and the Meru App Store, along with the first two apps available from it. All of the above will be generally available starting later this quarter.
LINN Energy, a top 15 publicly traded energy production company, is among the latest companies in its sector to embrace Microsoft Lync-an enterprise unified communications platform with a single experience for IM, presence, video, and voice. The organization called on AudioCodes to secure, support, and get this implementation up and running.
There is a common strand running through Lync news this week: the hybrid cloud. Microsoft is working with several computer manufacturers to expand its Azure cloud experience and therefore help its own clients become more flexible by providing them with options concerning where to store data.
It was right around 10 years ago when Asterisk first rolled out its 1.0 stable release and offered a major change to communications as such were known back then. Asterisk 1.0 offered access to an Internet protocol private branch exchange (IP PBX) platform, packed with a wide array of features. As is commonly the case with software releases, very little stays static for long, and the new release of Asterisk 13 shows us just how far this service has come, and how far it's likely to go in the futur…