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.
From the Lync Voice UC Industry Experts
Microsoft Releases New Update for Lync on iOS
It's always kind of hard to imagine Apple and Microsoft playing nice on just about any point, but the two companies have been known to work together, sometimes, especially as far as software and hardware go. For those Apple users who turn to Microsoft Lync, there's a particular new point of playing nice to consider as a few new additions to Lync apps on iPad and iPhone boost the capability, and make it a little easier to run virtual meetings through Lync.
iiNet Turns to Lync Subscriptions to Add Value to Business Plans
Though sometimes it may not seem that way, there's quite a bit of competition out there when it comes to the Internet service provider (ISP) market. Or at least, there can be, based on the market in question. When there is competition, companies start looking to find competitive advantages, things that that particular firm can offer that others don't, can't, or won't. For one ISP, iiNet, adding value to the business-tier plans led the company in one direction: Microsoft Lync.
Study: Cloud Adoption Growing, Many Executives Consider Themselves 'Cloud Believers'
A recent study shows that cloud-based applications are making their way into all types of businesses. Even those businesses that claim to be non-believers in the technology are often recipients of the cloud in one way or another.
Lync Voice UC Featured News
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 ›
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 ›
Lync Voice UC Blog
- Securing Voice Communications Against...Cap'n Crunch?
- (Taming) the Wild West of Collaboration
- Convenience with Compliance
- The Future of Unified Communications is Here
- Sonus and Broadsoft - Securing the Cloud