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Tag: Microsoft Lync

Its now 2015 and we can send video snippets to millions via Vine, Instagram and snapchat and the like. That stuff is personal. Some of it is REALLY personal!) Facetime, Hangouts and Lync (Skype for Business) are hot

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Skype for Business is a communications and collaboration platform that is based on the familiar Skype experience while also offering enterprise-grade security, compliance and controls that were part of the Lync client.

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The Microsoft Experience Center (MEC) is a hands-on facilitator led session that allows organizations to experience what is possible using Microsoft technology.

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Tools such as Microsoft Lync make communication possible through multiple channels.

Businesses no longer have to operate disparate systems to promote employee collaboration by implementing Microsoft Lync.

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Microsoft Lync enables employees to communicate regardless of location.

Microsoft Lync is gaining significant traction in both the enterprise space and small and medium-sized businesses market.

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When it comes to using productivity software, a new delivery model could change the paradigm.

Adding professional Microsoft Office functionality doesn’t require the same level of financial commitment it did in the past.

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Cloud computing is ingrained into the very fabric of the IT industry, no longer considered just a technology that may deliver results some day, but a service that will define the marketplace for years to come.

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Microsoft Lync helps organizations collaborate more effectively than older communication tools.

The days of forcing employees to travel into the office or commute to another location to attend a meeting are fading as newer communication solutions are making collaboration possible anywhere at any time.

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Microsoft Lync is becoming a more popular unified communications tool.

The unified communications market has experienced healthy growth over the years, as more businesses have opted to replace a disparate approach to collaboration to an integrated one where workers, regardless of channels, can converse with colleagues, clients and customers.

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