Welcome to the Lync Voice UC Resource Center

Many enterprises today stand at the crossroad of Unified Communications (UC) where communications and collaboration technologies are brought together under a single architecture – and where it is critical that the transition from the old to the new works with the right network infrastructure. Microsoft Lync is an enterprise-ready Unified Communications platform that connects people everywhere, on desktop and mobile devices, as part of their everyday productivity experience, and Lync continues to be one of the fastest growing UC solutions on the market. However, with the pervasiveness of anywhere, anytime collaboration, companies must ensure that corporate data is protected as it travels from location to location and that sophisticated voice, data and video services are delivered securely to enterprise users. Have you started your own UC journey? Odds are that you have – or at least thought about it. Wherever you are, we invite you to be an active part of the Lync Voice UC Community, powered by insight from industry experts and equipped with resources and tools to make your journey a little easier – and more collaborative.

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From the Lync Voice UC Industry Experts

  • SoundConnect Brings Hosted Voice to Microsoft Lync
    SoundConnect unified communications products target businesses that have a need for communications technologies, which can improve their existing software, including Microsoft Lync. SoundConnect's latest announcement addresses the company's ability to add enhanced conferencing and audio functionality and quality.
  • 10/30/2014
  • Lync, Skype Issue Support for Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite
    Apple continues to test software engineers' resiliency and perhaps patience, by updating its OS X operating system for Macs rather continuously. In the last two years Apple has released three significantly revamped versions: Mountain Lion, Mavericks and just last week, Yosemite. But Microsoft has been quick to support the latest upgrade; releasing Yosemite-friendly versions of both the Lync unified communications product, and Skype.
  • 10/30/2014
  • New Microsoft Lync Usage Tool Provides Valuable Insights
    Microsoft has been pretty brazen this year about the shift in its business focus. With the company going on record that it is moving away from operating systems and emphasizing cloud initiatives, including this week's slew of announcements surrounding Azure and the new Azure Marketplace, it's clear that Redmond is reassessing how to better serve its customers.
  • 10/24/2014

Lync Voice UC Featured News

Featured Whitepapers

3 STEPS to Maximizining ROI for Microsoft Lync Enterprise Voice
Many Enterprises stand at a cross roads - continue to use the communications network in which they have heavily invested, or add UC ...Read More ›

Creating the It Just Works Video Network
From the boardroom to the browser, video has become a valuable business tool. When video communications systems...Read More ›

Software-Based Session Border Controllers are Critical to the Evolution of Communications
The role of the CIO has changed more in the past five years than any other position in business. Historically, the CIO and IT leaders were responsible for managing the technology infrastructure...Read More ›

Featured Solutions Corner

Lync Enterprise Voice for Dummies
Lync Enterprise Voice for Dummies shows you can replace your current voice system with one that also enables video and collaboration. You can increase your productivity, while reducing...Read More ›