Microsoft Lync: What’s Included—and What’s Not

    Since its initial introduction to the technology landscape, Microsoft Lync has seriously shaken things up. The enterprise software enables seamless integration of an organization’s existing offerings and equipment with Microsoft Office. This integration has enhanced workforce productivity—including support for mobile and traveling employees—by creating a more unified and consistent communications experience. You may have been hearing about Microsoft Lync for some time now, but do you know exactly what it entails? Let’s explore the ins and outs of Lync in more detail.

    Microsoft Lync encompasses everything from the most basic unified communications features—like instant messaging, VoIP and video conferencing—to more advanced collaborative capabilities like real-time, multi-client document sharing.

    Voice Not Included. This enterprise software is well-known for its unified communications and collaboration features, yet it often leaves companies on the hunt for a compliant solution that offers reliable, mission-critical voice. Efficient communications make up the foundation of any thriving organization. This has left companies with the need for a solution that meets their demand for reliable voice, while at the same time, easily fits the competitive Lync environment without adding unnecessary complexities.

    The solution that will fit the bill should include: proven and reliable voice and mobility; seamless experience within Lync environment (whether in-office or on-the-go); immediate cloud utilization; no third-party components; transparent and flexible integration with all frameworks (including those outside of Microsoft). Click here to start exploring your voice-compliant Lync options.


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