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Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
Lync Mobility Architecture
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Lync Mobility Architecture

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Presented by Adam Jacobs at MUCUGL January 2012

Presented by Adam Jacobs at MUCUGL January 2012

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  • 1. Lync Mobility Architecture Adam Jacobs Lync MVP @adamjacobs http://imaucblog.com adam@imaucblog.com
  • 2. Agenda• Lync MCX Deployment Checklist• Lync MCX Capability – By platform – Call-via-work explained• Screens• Demo• Questions19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 2
  • 3. MCX Deployment Checklist• Introduced via CU4 and mobility web service (MCXStandalone.msi) – both components are deployed on Lync Front End(s)• Mobile clients require new Autodiscover URLs (lyncdiscoverinternal.<SIPFQDN> and lyncdiscover.<SIPFQDN>)• Client connection can be made over HTTP or HTTPS (HTTPS is recommended but additional PKI costs may apply)• Reverse Proxy rule is also required for redirection to the Lync External Web Service• Edge Server Federation with push.lync.com is required for push notifications (iOS and WP7 devices only)19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 3
  • 4. Lync Mobile Feature Overview• IM/Presence - incl. Push Notifications (also for OCS 2007 R2)• Meeting Join – conference bridge call back via work• Visual Voicemail – via Exchange Web Services (only iOS)• Call-via-work – Lync calls your mobile whilst routing the dialled number, subsequently transfers the call to the original mobile call-back• Single Number Reach – Simultaneously ring all clients + Call-via-work• Lync Contacts/Address Book• Send location - (iOS only)19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 4
  • 5. Lync MCX- Features by Platform Features Windows Phone 7 iPhone/iPad Android Join Meeting Calendar Application Meetings Tab Calendar Application Push Notifications Available Available N/A Visual Voice Mail N/A Voice Mail Tab N/A Call via Work Available Available N/A Single Number Reach Available Available N/A iPhone - Phone Tab Dial Pad My info and Contacts N/A iPad - N/A Contact List - Only published numbers from contact card are Merged contacts from Merged contacts from displayed multiple sources, all multiple sources, all Contact Information Contact Search - Only available numbers are available numbers are numbers within the displayed displayed Lync Address Book is displayed Send Location/Map N/A Chats Tab N/A19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 5
  • 6. Show of Hands?• Heard of ?• Made a call over 3G? – Was it a good experience?• Made a call over Wi-Fi? – Was it a good experience?20/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 6
  • 7. Why Call-via-work is good for you! • Lync is enterprise technology (not Skype) and the expectation is for a VoIP? PSTN? consistent good quality experience – Private Wi-Fi or WAPs that support VoIP QoS are often cost prohibitive and potentially outweigh the benefit of PSTN – public Wi-Fi is often unavailable and over-subscribed – 3G is equally, if not more so, unreliable and often more expressive than PSTN• Voice (and video) over IP for mobile will undoubtedly become a standard in the near future, but not without improvements to public network infrastructure 19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 7
  • 8. Lync Mobile Screens (WP7)19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 8
  • 9. Lync Mobile Screens (WP7)19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 9
  • 10. Lync Mobile Screens (WP7)19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 10
  • 11. Demo Time!19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 11
  • 12. Questions?19/01/2012 Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) 12

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