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So what exactly is Microsoft Lync? Telephone Wreckers explain how Lync works, who's using it and what products are compatible with this new unified communications technology.

So what exactly is Microsoft Lync? Telephone Wreckers explain how Lync works, who's using it and what products are compatible with this new unified communications technology.

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    • PRODUCT AND BRAND PRESENTATION &
    • What is Microsoft Lync? • A software that allows your PC, smartphone or tablet to be used as a communications server to enable you to communicate in a variety of methods. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ET8wnasqj4
    • Forum Article: What is Lync? • whitireia 2 months ago • Lync essentially is software, like Skype or MSN. You can also buy phones that connect by USB to your computer so you can use Lync in a more conventional way. So you can use it normally as you would a phone, but it also allows you to chat and video phone and multi-video conference or multi audio. If you have Lync running from a computer you can also enable screensharing so the other caller(s) can view what you are doing on your computer. We have it installed at my workplace. It's great • fukkisi 7 months ago • social media mixed with skype and remote desktop. • freakstate 8 months ago • You ever used MSN Messenger?Its basically that for businesses.
    • Operating Platforms for Lync Lync 2013 is available only for Windows. However, Lync Server 2013 supports the following clients on computers that are running Mac OS 10.5.8 or latest service pack or release (Intel-based) operating systems. • Desktop PC • Laptop • Smartphone • Tablet
    • Operating Devices for Lync • Headset • Desk phone • Speaker phone • Conference phone NOTE: THE FOLLOWING DEVICES HAVE TO BE LYNC COMPATIBLE
    • Communication Methods of Lync • Voice call • Video phone • Type & chat • Multi video conference • Multi audio conference • Screen sharing
    • Brands selling Lync Devices • Plantronics • Jabra • Sennheiser • Polycom • HP • Snom • ClearOne
    • Majority of Headsets Sold Before & Now CONVENTIONAL UC HEADSETS CONVENTIONAL UC HEADSETS BEFORE 2012 AFTER 2012
    • Who’s using Lync & Why? • Government • Business • Social • Cost effective • Diverse means to distribute communication • Socially interactive Who? Why?
    • NEXT IS A LOOK INTO A FEW BRANDS & THE WAY THOSE MODELS ARE USED
    • Plantronics Devices for Lync • Plantronics Optimized for Microsoft Lync 2013 portfolio includes the Voyager Legend™ UC headset and the Blackwire® 700 series headsets • Plantronics Voyager Legend UC: USB Bluetooth® Headset System • The Voyager Legend UC is a CES award-winning product which connects to a PC, mobile phone or tablet. This headset understands how and when you want to talk, with Smart Sensor™ technology that reacts when you put the headset on, letting you quickly take a call without a click. Tapping the voice command button provides battery level, connection status, and more. A portable charging case and a desktop charging stand mean that it’s always ready, while precision-tuned triple mics cancel noise and wind. • Plantronics Blackwire: USB Corded Headsets • The Blackwire family includes the CES award-winning Blackwire 700 series, a versatile headset that goes beyond providing outstanding audio quality by also connecting to a Bluetooth enabled phone or tablet. A detachable cable and integrated clothing clip allow you to take your mobile call to-go with up to 10 hours of talk time. • Plantronics Calisto®: USB Phones & Speakerphones • The Calisto family includes the CES award winning Calisto 620, a multi-device speakerphone that connects to a PC and a mobile phone. The speakerphone is portable, sounds great and sets up easily. It provides up to seven hours of talk time, has its own high-quality travel case, and is an ideal size to throw in a laptop bag. • Plantronics Savi®: DECT™/Bluetooth Wireless Headset Systems • The headset line features wideband audio support through DECT wireless technology, providing lifelike voice fidelity and the ability to roam up to 350 feet from the base. The Savi 700 series connects to PC, mobile and desk phone and allows you to manage all calls from a single wireless headset. The Savi 400 series delivers high sound quality for PC communications and the convenience of portability. • Savi 710 and Savi 720 – over-the-head headset, available in mono and binaural wearing options, using both DECT and Bluetooth wireless technologies. The Savi 700 Series allows users to easily manage and switch between PC, mobile and desk phone calls from a single wireless headset. • Savi 410 and Savi 420 – over-the-head headset, available in both mono and binaural wearing options. The Savi 400 Series is the only PC-based wireless headset system with DECT technology that provides the portability, range and audio quality needed for today’s flexible work-styles.
    • Plantronics Voyager Legend UC Bluetooth Headset with Dongle in Action
    • Jabra Models for Lync • Choose from a range of Optimized for Microsoft Lync devices from Jabra to ensure you get the maximum benefit of your Lync experience. Jabra’s Optimized devices deliver plug and play registration with the Lync/OCS server, automatic device detection, remote call control from the device, and superior wideband audio quality. • JABRA SUPREME UC MOBILE AND INTERNET CALLS - WITH ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION THE PERFECT COMPANION FOR YOUR MOBILE AND UC CALLS • JABRA SPEAK™ 510 YOUR PORTABLE UC CONFERENCE ROOM A personal Bluetooth® and USB speakerphone to call and multitask on your terms – at the office, at home, or on the go. • JABRA UC VOICE™ 550 THE ULTIMATE CORDED USER EXPERIENCE A classic corded headset series for Unified Communications environments, representing a comfortable option for offices with a number of desk-bound professionals. • JABRA PRO™ 900 SERIES WIRELESS COMMUNICATION STARTS HERE A professional, wireless headset compatible with all leading Unified Communications systems. • JABRA UC VOICE™ 750 SERIES A corded Unified Communications headset series intended for heavy UC voice users and featuring a lightweight design, so employees can wear it all day and still be comfortable.
    • Jabra Models in Action
    • http://www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com/unified_communic ations/microsoft-lyncs-its-future • By Carl Weinschenk | Sep 14, 2010 • The rebranding of Microsoft's unified communications suite is important as a milestone for the company. The idea that the company aims to support enterprise communications and collaboration without a PBX is not new, but the move to Lync and the release candidate signals that the company's resolve is not flagging • In March, Pall also predicted that over the next three years, unified communications technology like Lync will overtake legacy PBX- style voice communications, with over 50 percent of business VoIP calls including more media than simply voice. The Future of Microsoft Lync
    • Microsoft Lyncs up with Skype Skype and Lync users can swap instant messages and start voice calls By Kane Fulton May 30 th , 2011 • Microsoft has completed its integration of unified communications platform Lync with video conferencing tool Skype. • The move allows more than 5 million Lync enterprise users to connect with over 300 million Skype accounts and vice versa. • Microsoft made its biggest acquisition to date with Skype, which had a total of 663 million users globally, when it bought the company for $8.5 billion (£5.2 billion) in May 2011.
    • Presentation by www.telephonewreckers.com.au