Persistent What: what is persistent chat & where does itcomefrom?
Talk about new contact card and social media integration (LinkedIn, Facebook, … ) through Outlook social connector
Start IM between presentersTalk about new notificationTalk about new conversation windowTalk about the new tabbed conversation viewPlugin for Lync 2010, now integrated into application=> Cleaner desktop experience, less windows, notifications
Upgrade to Video conversation (seemless)Talk about new High definition options (720p/1080HD), video preview, cropping, extending when 2 in front of HD cameraAdd third user through skill based search and explain the new conferencing experienceAdd program sharing (PowerPoint), explain why sharing app is better than sharing desktop
Add program sharing (PowerPoint), explain why sharing app is better than sharing desktop
These images are provided as examples, and do not represent the final UI, and are subject to change. SLIDE PURPOSE:Introduce Lync as a viable solution to meet the changing mobile productivity needs and expectations of information workers in the marketplace today. What is Microsoft Lync?Microsoft Lync meets the rapidly changing worker demands by ushering in a new connected user experience, transforming every communication into interaction that is more collaborative, engaging, and accessible from anywhere. For IT, the benefits are equally powerful, with a highly secure and reliable system that works with existing tools and systems for easier management, lower cost of ownership, smoother deployment and migration, and greater choice and flexibility. Microsoft Lync is compatible with a variety of devices and platformsThe breadth of platforms and devices that Lync enables allow enterprises and IT professionals to leverage and embrace the consumerization of IT and the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon by putting Lync on the devices and platforms that users are bringing to work.
This scenario highlights Lync mobile client/device/server support, using Windows Phone – though scenarios apply to other supported platforms as well. Lync 2010 mobile clients are forward compatible to Lync Server 2013Lync 2013 mobile clients require Lync Server 2013 updated with Cumulative Update “1”The next slide details the errors/alerts given when attempting to sign into varying client/server combinations
The storage and execution of a desktop workload (operating system, applications, data) is centralized on a virtual machine in the datacenter Remote Desktop Presentation of the UI is managed Servers via a remote desktop protocol (such as Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)Remote Desktop or Independent Computing Client Architecture (ICA)) to client devices
Client Device * Server ** Lync 2010 for Windows Phone Windows Lync Phone Server 7.5 2010 Lync 2013 for Windows Phone Windows Lync Phone 8 Server 2013 CU1* Note: This scenario highlights Windows Phone support, though the same scenarios apply to Android and iOS (Ex: iPad version 1 doesn’t support iOS6)** Or Lync Online / Office 365 service environment (Office 365 MT will be enabled for mobility at GA; Office 365 Dedicated support timing still TBD)