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.
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 …
Microsoft & Polycom sign Strategic Partnership on MCS2010 / Wave14 Good news item to share is the Microsoft & Polycom partnership around MCS2010 (wave14) and Polycom’s integration on voice & video hardware on top of Micrsofts platform. It’s is a movie as well, however unable to embed the video. So you find the link here …
Microsoft a known player in the UC space for a while, started in the consumer area with MSN messenger, which they turned into a corporate product with LCS 2005 (Live Communications Server), which later involved into Office Communications Server. OCS had a couple of benefits, one of them being voice (well-known) but video is also …