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Summerschool 2010 - Unified Now with Unified Communications. Presented by Joachim Farla (joachim.farla@e-office.com), UC Community Engineer

Summerschool 2010 - Unified Now with Unified Communications. Presented by Joachim Farla (joachim.farla@e-office.com), UC Community Engineer

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  • 1. Microsoft Communications Online – Present and Future<br />Jeroen Jansen<br />Microsoft<br />Required Slide<br />SESSION CODE: UNC206<br />
  • 2. Agenda<br />Cloud based communications solutions from Microsoft<br />Communications Online Today<br />Communications Online Futures<br />Cloud and On-Premises Deployment Options<br />Co-Existence Capabilities<br />Key Deployment Scenarios <br />
  • 3. Enterprise<br />Telephony<br />Bringing Together People and Information with Software<br />E-Mail and<br />Instant Messaging<br />Audio <br />Conference<br />Video <br />Conference<br /> Common Management<br />Unified Experience<br />Overall <br />Costs<br />Down<br />Enterprise<br />Telephony<br />E-Mail &amp;<br />Unified Messaging<br />Instant<br />Messaging<br />Conferencing<br />Web <br />Conference<br />Separate Management<br />Voice mail<br />Platform<br />Vertically integrated communication silo<br /><ul><li>Inefficient communications
  • 4. Communications overload
  • 5. Parallel infrastructures</li></ul>Horizontally integrated common platform<br /><ul><li>Standards-based distributed architecture
  • 6. Accessibility in the entire network
  • 7. One common database and directory</li></ul>Communications Turning 90 Degrees<br />
  • 8. Microsoft Online Services<br />Enterprise class software delivered via subscription services hosted by Microsoft and sold with partners<br />Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS)<br />This session<br />
  • 9. Unified Communications in the Cloud via BPOS Today<br />BPOS<br />Office <br />Communicator<br />Office Live <br />Meeting<br />Exchange<br />Online<br />SharePoint<br />Online<br />Communicate more effectively<br />Connect with the right person, at the right time, in the right way<br />Communications Online &amp; Office Live Meeting<br /><ul><li>Online Meetings
  • 10. PC-audio, video and data collaboration (app sharing, Power Point upload)
  • 11. Instant Messaging
  • 12. Rich Presence
  • 13. PC-to-PC calling</li></li></ul><li>Communications Online – Enterprise Instant Messaging &amp; PC-to-PC A/V<br />Current Capabilities in IM/Presence:<br /><ul><li>Office Communicator client
  • 14. Presence &amp; Instant Messaging (1:1 and multi-party)
  • 15. PC-to-PC audio and video calling*
  • 16. Click-to-communicate from Outlook and SharePoint
  • 17. File Transfer
  • 18. Calendar Integration with Exchange
  • 19. Address Book Search
  • 20. Distribution Lists in Communicator
  • 21. End-to-end encryption</li></ul>* Inside corporate network<br />
  • 22. Office Live Meeting – Online Meetings &amp; Web Conferencing<br />Current Capabilities in Web conferencing:<br /><ul><li>Multi-party PC-audio, video and web conferencing
  • 23. Up to 250 attendees
  • 24. Desktop sharing / application sharing / PPT upload
  • 25. Interactive whiteboard
  • 26. Integrated chat
  • 27. Integration with PSTN audio conferencing providers
  • 28. 360 degree panoramic video using Microsoft RoundTable
  • 29. Rich and web clients (Office Live Meeting)</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Cloud based communications solutions from Microsoft<br />Communications Online Today<br />Communications Online Futures<br />Cloud and On-Premises Deployment Options<br />Co-Existence Capabilities<br />Key Deployment Scenarios <br />
  • 30. Communications Online Futures – Unifying the User Experience<br /><ul><li>The next generation of online communications &amp; collaborative meetings
  • 31. Office Communicator as a single client and experience for:
  • 32. Instant Messaging &amp; PC-to-PC calling
  • 33. Online meetings (250 attendees)
  • 34. PC-audio, video and data collaboration
  • 35. Click-to-communicate from Office </li></ul>Communications Online<br />
  • 36. Key New Capabilities in Client &amp; IM/Presence<br />What’s new in IM/Presence? <br /><ul><li>Improved client experience (OC ‘14’)
  • 37. Federation for enhanced external communications capabilities
  • 38. Support for split domain scenarios</li></ul>* Current POR. Features and timelines are subject to change<br />
  • 39. Key New Capabilities in Online Meetings<br />What’s new in Online Meetings?<br /><ul><li>SIMPLE “It just makes sense”
  • 40. RELIABLE “It works all the time”
  • 41. ESSENTIAL “It increases my productivity” </li></ul>* Current POR. Features and timelines are subject to change<br />
  • 42. Agenda<br />Cloud based communications solutions from Microsoft<br />Communications Online Today<br />Communications Online Futures<br />Cloud and On-Premises Deployment Options<br />Co-Existence Capabilities<br />Key Deployment Scenarios <br />
  • 43. Online<br />On-prem<br />On-Prem/Cloud Co-Existence Capabilities<br />Federation or split domain <br />Communications <br />Server ‘14’ <br />Communications <br />Online<br />IM/Presence &amp; UM<br />IM/Presence<br />&amp; UM<br />IM/Presence<br />IM/Presence <br />Exchange/<br />SharePoint<br />Exchange/<br />SharePoint Online<br />
  • 44. Split Domain – Splitting Users Between On-prem and Online<br />Key use scenarios:<br />Location based: HQ on-premise, branch office online<br />User based: Segment users based on productivity needs <br />Enable pilots or gradual migration to the cloud<br />Technical prerequisites:<br />Communications Server ‘14’ Edge server on-premise<br />Communications Online Vnext<br />BPOS DirSync&amp; Live ID Connector (ADFS/Geneva)<br />Key considerations:<br />Online and on-premise deployments are separate (e.g. management console, user data)<br />Feature disparity between on-prem and online users <br />
  • 45. Agenda<br />Cloud based communications solutions from Microsoft<br />Communications Online Today<br />Communications Online Futures<br />Cloud and On-Premises Deployment Options<br />Co-Existence Capabilities<br />Key Deployment Scenarios <br />
  • 46. Scenario 1: Cloud-based Business Productivity (BPOS)<br />Online<br />On-prem<br />Communications Online<br />Exchange/<br />SharePoint Online<br /><ul><li>Messaging
  • 47. Collaboration</li></ul>Communications<br /><ul><li>IM/Presence
  • 48. PC-to-PC audio/video calling
  • 49. Online meetings (LMOCO)</li></ul>IM/Presence:<br /><ul><li>Instant Messaging
  • 50. PC-to-PC audio and video calling
  • 51. Click-to-communicate from Office
  • 52. Federation with OCO/OCS/Windows Live</li></ul>Online Meetings:<br /><ul><li>PC-audio, video and web conferencing
  • 53. Up to 250 attendees
  • 54. Desktop &amp; application sharing
  • 55. PPT upload &amp; whiteboard
  • 56. Rich and web clients</li></ul>Enterprise Voice (PSTN calling):<br />Becoming available in the future – specific features TBD<br />
  • 57. Scenario 2: Communications Server &apos;14&apos; On-Premise with Complete Voice Functionality<br />Online<br />On-prem<br />Communication Server ‘14’<br />Exchange/<br />SharePoint Online<br />Full integration (Presence &amp; UM)<br /><ul><li>Messaging
  • 58. Collaboration</li></ul>Communications<br /><ul><li>IM/Presence &amp; PC-to-PC audio/video calling
  • 59. Online Meetings
  • 60. Enterprise Voice (PBX parity)</li></ul>IM/Presence:<br /><ul><li>Instant Messaging
  • 61. PC-to-PC audio and video calling
  • 62. Click-to-communicate from Office
  • 63. Federation with OCO/OCS/Windows Live</li></ul>Online Meetings:<br /><ul><li>PC-audio, video and web conferencing
  • 64. Up to 250 attendees
  • 65. Desktop &amp; application sharing
  • 66. PPT upload &amp; whiteboard
  • 67. Rich and web clients
  • 68. PSTN audio conferencing</li></ul>Enterprise Voice:<br /><ul><li>PSTN IN/OUT using OC
  • 69. Support for OC-based IP phones
  • 70. Voicemail access and setup
  • 71. Call routing controls
  • 72. E-911, CAC, Telephony features
  • 73. Survivable branch appliance</li></li></ul><li>Key Takeaways<br />The next version of Communications Online introduces a unified experience for IM, PC-to-PC calling &amp; online meetings<br />Customers can choose the right deployment model:<br />Cloud IM &amp; Online meetings in BPOS<br />CS14 on-premise &amp; Exchange Online hybrid model for full Enterprise Voice functionality <br />
  • 74. Related Content<br />Required Slide<br />Speakers, <br />please list the Breakout Sessions, TLC Interactive Theaters , Labs and Demo Stationsthat are related to your session.<br />Breakout Sessions<br />UNC 320: Microsoft Communications Server “14”: What&apos;s New in Microsoft Communicator “14” Experience and Backend<br />UNC 311: Microsoft Communications Server “14”: Architecture<br />UNC 318: Microsoft Communications Server “14”: What&apos;s New in Conferencing Experience and Backend<br />Interactive Theater Sessions<br />UNC07-INT: Microsoft Office Live Meeting and Cloud Conferencing Roadmap<br />
  • 75. © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.<br />

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