Tag Archive: interoperability

Feb 05

Lync 2013 and Skype4Business End-user Devices Selection for Enterprise Voice

Choosing the right end-user devices (EUD)¬†for your Lync solution is crucial for the adoption of your unified communications solution and thus for realizing your business case of lowering telecom cost and greater agility in doing business internally and with your partners and customers. When you have setup your on premise or partner hosted Lync 2013 …

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Dec 14

Lync 2013 – compelling reasons to upgrade

This blog contains description of new Microsoft Lync 2013 feature and resources. It will go into the new video capabilities like h.264.svc, Gallery View and the Lync Room System, Skype interoperability and Lync 2013 mobile clients.

Dec 09

Martini Video: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Place and Any Device

Using video conferencing on the mobile devices is creating a wide adoption and is already seeing a big market growth. How do you navigate yourself between the proper technologies and build yourself a roadmap for the coming next years.

Mar 02

iPad 2 released today by Apple

iPad 2 & Facetime

iPad 2 released today by Apple. An evolution of the revolution. Where other vendors are still playing catch-up with the iPad 2, Apple sets a new mark on the horizon again.

Feb 19

Challenges in your Cloud Roadmap and how to overcome!

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The multiple buzzwords for cloud computing makes understanding it confusing. Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds are explained.

Oct 06

The Phone is dead. Even consumers will use Videoconferencing. Cisco Umi breakthrough or not?

Consumer video now made easy via Cisco Umi, your home telepresence solution

Sep 13

Microsoft to change OCS name in to Lync. Will Lync unite UC?

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Today Microsoft has revealed the name of their latest release of their Office Communication Server, formerly known as OCS. The new name is Lync. Many names were already floating around in the marketplace and the new release was already known under Wave 14 and Microsoft Communication Server 2010 (MCS2010). So now finally Microsoft has chosen …

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Sep 05

Apple Facetime – Open Standard?!

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With the release of the iPhone4, Apple is trying to move boundaries yet again. This time with the use of Facetime, a video application current only available for iPhone4 users, soon also for the new release of iPod Touch users. It is currently only supported over a Wifi connection and not 3G/EDGE or LTE. Apple …

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