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Microsoft Lync stories
Kiwi company chooses Dimension Data to boost productivity
Hawkins Group has chosen Dimension Data as its ICT services and solutions provider throughout ongoing upgrades to its communications technology.
Keeping pace with the rapid change in UC
VoIP is driving companies to unified communications platforms, says Richard Paul, Snapper Network Distributors managing director.
Thinking Lync? Think hybrid
Thinking hybrid can pay off when it comes to contact centre solutions, says Zeacom’s Dean Hodgson.
Kiwi businesses can now use Lync and Skype for video calling
Microsoft and Skype have announced Skype users can now video call their contacts on Lync and vice versa.
What is Lync’s role in corporate telephony?
What does Lync have to offer for a company striving for an effective corporate telephony strategy?
UC and the intelligent contact centre
It may not be designed for contact centres, but Zeacom's John Cray says well-integrated Lync contact centres are disruptive for the industry.
Lync subscriptions game changer for SMBs
Changes to licensing for Lync have made it more financially viable for smaller businesses, says Acronym's Dave Allum.
Exploit tech… don’t miss the World Cup because of work
As the world counts down the days to football’s largest event, companies across New Zealand may well worry about the impact and loss of productivity brought about by the greatest tournament on planet earth.
Group conferencing with Microsoft Lync room systems
Deane Jessep, UCFX director of business development outlines the options for group conferencing when using Microsoft Lync.
Helpouts… a killer app for Video Collaboration?
A seasoned collaboration pro, it is pretty rare that I see something with a hook that stands above the amazing futuristic world that I live within every day; the unusual has become usual and not a lot surprises me now.
Juniper Networks receives double Microsoft Lync qualification
Juniper Networks has received Microsoft Lync qualification for both its wired and wireless campus portfolio.