The ever-evolving communication demands of modern companies require coexistence between devices and integration of new devices. Therefore, it is imperative that today’s enterprises lead the way rather than lag behind. Microsoft Lync/Skype for Business has broken new ground in unified communications technology by enabling users to incorporate instant messaging, VoIP and video conferencing.
Additional Lync/Skype for Business features include:
• Lync Meetings, which allows users to switch between IM, group video and content views with a single click.
• Access to shared screens, apps, or PowerPoint decks in Lync Meetings.
• Connected standby connectivity with resource consumption to ensure you never miss a message or meeting.
• Interoperability with other apps or websites, which enables simultaneous multitasking with both apps.
Lync/Skype for Business unified communication software allows company IT departments to manage user accounts and deployments to ensure safe navigation. Moreover the software can interoperate with PBX systems or legacy video teleconferencing systems. By allowing enterprises to communicate with other Skype users, Lync grants easy client access.
With the ability to broadcast meetings to up to 10,000 people in real time, Lync makes it possible for enterprises to launch products or host international meetings via Internet, thereby simplifying and accelerating the process. Moreover, Lync has integrated Microsoft Office 365, which includes PowerPoint and Excel, allowing co-workers to share their work effortlessly along with their screen without exiting the program.
Microsoft has stated that 38 percent of US enterprises prefer Lync for voice and 79 percent are considering Lync implementation. In Asia alone there has been 200 percent yearly increase of Office 365 integration and existing users will receive a Lync/Skype for Business free upgrade.
The trend in unified communications is greater serviceability. Enterprises are clamoring to use new and familiar communication tools jointly, and having systems that support software such as Lync is vital to company operations. The Yealink UC Edition of its IP phones tailored for Lync increases communications and support collaboration, guaranteeing enterprise expansion and progress.