“One of the more promising aspects of Microsoft’s new Lync unified communications server and client product is the growing number of options to use it as a platform for video conferencing. Out of the box Lync, like its predecessor Office Communications Server (OCS), supports simple one-to-one standard definition desktop video chat,” writes Network World’s Irwin Lazar.
“Few of the companies we’ve researched that have deployed OCS have exploited this capability, primarily due to the limitations of one-to-one chat. However, as Microsoft rapidly grows its Lync partner ecosystem, video options are exploding,” Lazar writes.
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Uniting Microsoft Lync and Video Conferencing