Hi there, Lync users and fans! I have a special post coming up next week on Lync Server training. No post this week, as I’m waiting for a special demo meeting. Check back next week, either Tuesday or Wednesday, for
Hello Lync Insider fans! I’m posting early this week to let you know–we did a server move last week. Nothing huge, just putting in a new server for new site hosting. Some of the internal links on the Lync Insider
On to Step 8 – training your users on Lync. Now we're away from the server and over to the Lync 2010 client. Lync 2010 image courtesy of Wikipedia.org. Can't post screenshots of my own yet – darn client confidentiality!
Last week we discussed surveying your users to see what communication channels they use already. I suggested surveying them to see which of the standards – email, phone, IM, conferencing and document storage – most people prefer to communicate with.
Because Lync Server contains an assortment of communication channels, it's essential that you identify which will be the most used. Clarify how your office communicates NOW, so you can provide the same channels with Lync later. Why clarify communication needs
The other day I was reading J. Bruzzese's excellent piece on InfoWorld.com, Microsoft Lync 2010: Finally, a Communications Server Worth the Effort. I happen to agree, but one thing jumped out at me. The new Lync Server Roles were mentioned,
The OCS Insider will be back next week. I'm heading out for a business trip in just a few minutes. I'll be back in time for next week's post. Speaking of, which of these topics would you like to hear
Hi OCS fans! We have to skip this week”s post. Just too busy at the moment to put one together. Check back next week for a post on OCS 2010.
I'm still amazed at how many people use their phones for–well, everything! We've reached the point where almost anything you can do on a computer, you can do on a mobile phone. So it's no surprise that we've received requests