Online Meeting Roadmap Live Meeting to Lync OnlineSpeaker: Brad Mason Brad@ZAGTech.com
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This year… than By 2013…. … which is morethe world’s mobileworker willthe world’s third of grow athis population workforce 1.2 to nearlywill reach the one billionbillion people mark
Communications Are Being TransformedConvergence of Voice, Text and Data▪ Communications are evolving from phone calls to include text, data and multimedia▪ PC incorporates voice: Skype is the largest single international ‘carrier’ with over 50B minutes per yearChanging work and life style of people▪ Work from home: 63 million will telecommute in U.S. by 2016▪ Virtual meetings on the rise: Videoconferencing technology could replace 20% of business travel WW▪ SMB customers adopt conferencing rapidly (already 50% of market and growing faster than Enterprise)Shift from Wired to Wireless▪ Number of long distance calls made over wireless network exceed those made via wireline in U.S▪ Mobile devices are pervasive and becoming smarter: 4.8B WW subscribers, smartphones growing rapidly
The Microsoft Approach Best Productivity Experience The Cloud On Your Terms Across PC, Phone, and Browser Online On-premises Enterprise Unified Business Enterprise Content Collaboration Communications Intelligence Search Management Unified Business Platform
Web Conferencing: Strong Growth in Online Live Meeting 2003 Live Meeting 2007 (today) Conference Centers 4,000 conference centers 21,000 conference centers and growing Served Minutes 300 million mins/year 6.4 billion mins/year for over 16 million meetings per year. Storage 1TB of storage Over 520TB of storage CAGR for usage is over 50% year over year since acquisition. Faster than most online businesses. 83% of Microsoft’s Largest Unified Communications Customers have both OOS and Live Meeting For FY’10 Live Meeting achieved 109% of budget Recent History of Microsoft Web Conferencing: Continued Commitment Lync Server 2010 Lync Server ‘15’ Office Communications Server 2007 Lync Online ‘15’PlaceWare acquisition Live Meeting 2003 Live Meeting 2005 Live Meeting 2007 Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Lync Online 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Quarterly Updates for the Live Meeting Service
Lync Online Investments: Focusing on the Information Worker Lync Online focuses on high use/high impact scenarios for the Information Worker: 1) empowering ad hoc collaboration. 2) simplifying meetings. Audio Video Web 3) Ensuring reliability. Conferencing Conferencing Conferencing LargeManaged Events and Events Partner Value Added Online Conferencing 0.06% Webinars Corporate Town Halls Services High value capabilities for specific use cases and Web Training business scenarios Webinars Customer Calls Microsoft’s Online Conferencing PlatformCollaborative meetings Scheduled Meetings 99.94% Core real-time collaboration capabilities designed for broad usage and Ad hoc Collaboration adoption by all Information Workers
Microsoft LyncConnecting people in new ways, anytime, anywhere Reduce cost through converged communications Adopt quickly through ease of use and Microsoft Office Ease deployment through interoperability and extensibility
Lync Online – Key Features & Benefits1. Connect with others through Lync contact photos, activity feed and interactive contact card in Office2. Move easily from instant messaging into ad-hoc online meetings, including audio, video and screen sharing3. Conduct online presentations including audio, video, app sharing and a virtual whiteboard4. Invite external contacts to easily join ad- hoc or scheduled meetings via a PC or web based client5. Connect with customers and partners through IM, audio and video federation
Basics – What Just happened?There are a few steps that happened to get toan Online-Conference and sharing adocument.Lync is easy, intuitive, and quick to beaccepted into the company culture.
Basics - How to find & communicate Find people by: • Searching • Frequent Contacts • Current Contact List • Custom groups you define Notice “Presence” status for your contacts
Basics - Toast & Jelly Beans“Toast”, or Pop-Ups are inbound notifications thatsomeone is trying to communicate with you.Jelly Beans are the status indicatorsnext to your contacts:- Available - Busy- Away - Not Signed In- Do Not Disturb
Just double-click on your contact…to sendIM’s By default, IM is your default communication method. Just start typing your “Instant Message”
Change your IM session to a Call Select the Call Drop-down to place a PC-to-PC call to someone using Lync, not your phone, to call. You can even give the Pop-Up “Toast” that Jim receives a subject so call screening can be used.
Change your IM/Call to Video Call Select the Video Drop-down to place a PC-to-PC Video call to someone using Lync, not your phone, to call. Again, you can give the Pop-Up “Toast” that Jim receives a subject so call screening can be used.
Microsoft Lync Online Available At Office 365 launch Enterprise IM Conferencing Voice PBX Replace (Dial Tone) Lync Online (Cloud) √ √ Late CY2012 N/A Lync Server (On-premises) √ √ √ √
Lync Online – Enterprise IM & PC-to-PC Audio/Video Enterprise IM & PC-to-PC Audio/Video • Rich Presence • Instant Messaging Voice Enterprise IM • PC-to-PC audio/video calling Conferencing (Dial Tone) PBX Replace • GAL/skill search in SharePoint • Activity Feeds Lync Online √ • Click-to-communicate in Office √ Late CY2011 N/A (Cloud) • Federation with Lync Server/Lync Online Lync Server √ • Federation with Windows √ √ Live Messenger √ (On-premises)• ‘Lync for Mac’ available for Office 365 at launch
Lync Online – Conferencing Conferencing • Multiparty (3+) PC-Audio/Video • Ad hoc collaboration Voice Enterprise IM Conferencing • Desktop Sharing PBX Replace (Dial Tone) • Application Sharing • Online meetings Lync Online (Cloud) √ √ • Rich and web clients Late CY2011 N/A • Integrated PSTN audio Lync Server (On-premises) √ √ conferencing via partners√ √• Lync Online replaces Live Meeting as the conferencing solution in Office 365• Live Meeting Service available for existing customers during transition to Lync
Lync Online – Voice (Dial Tone in Lync) Voice (Dial Tone) • Call landline phones and mobiles (PC-to-PSTN) • Forward, transfer Voice Enterprise IM Conferencing PBX Replace • Simultaneous ring another number (Dial Tone) • Exchange Voice Mail Integration Lync Online (Cloud) √ √ Late CY2012 N/A Lync Server (On-premises) √ √ √ √• Voice becomes available in Lync Online post Office 365• Requires separate service from a Telco partner to connect to the public phone network (Phone numbers, PSTN termination)
PBX Replace Available in Lync Server PBX Replace • Automatic E911 • Call Admission Control • Enterprise IM appliance Branch office Conferencing Voice PBX Replace • Existing telephony integration (Dial Tone) • Fax and analog devices • Call Park, Hunt Groups Lync Online (Cloud) √ √ Late CY2011 N/A Lync Server (On-premises) √ √ √ √• Cloud/on-premises co-existence options: • Lync Server works seamlessly with Exchange Online (W14) for voice mail in the cloud • Splitting groups of Lync users between Lync Server and Lync Online available late CY11