Intro and Scenario As many of you know, one of the annoying things about co-existence of Skype for Business (S4B) / Lync and other enterprise voice solutions is the lack of a unified management of presence. This is something typical in side-by-side deployments for migration or where enterprise voice stays on legacy solutions […]
Tag: Lync Server 2013
This is the spanish translation of Microsoft Lync Server 2013: Basic Administration – Release 2.1: Servidor Microsoft Lync 2013 Administración Básica Versión 2.1 http://bit.ly/1it09Tq There is a Spanish version of the book because two people did an outstanding job. Lync MVP Peter Frank Rosales Diaz gave his expertise to the technical review. Mr. Eneas Cuesta did the translation, […]
IP Telephony and VOIP Regulations From Around The World. 19 nations in the world prevent use of VOIP. 69 nations have specific regulations to voice over IP. Here is a document to
A list of the reviews of the Getting Started with Microsoft Lync Server 2013 book.
Chapter 6, Deploying Persistent Chat Server, introduces Persistent Chat, which is a new
feature of Lync 2013, that enables the creation of a knowledge base for your users and
the construction of “private” spaces, where a selected groups of our users are able to
communicate. Here we will see how it works and how it is implemented.
In the hybrid voice scenario our domain users are enabled to register with Lync Online while all the telephony services are granted by the Enterprise Voice of Lync on-premises. Such a design is made possible by the new Cloud offers from Microsoft (Office 365)