Get linked with Microsoft Lync, Unified Communications (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator)

What is MS Lync UC communicator? How and why I would like to use it within my dream business system (a platform to support the free online HD video conferencing)?

Microsoft Lync (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator) is the enterprise-voice ready UC (unified communications) solution, it helps to connects and communicates everywhere and also on the Go using its mobile phone apps for various mobile OS (Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows Phone).


IMPORTANT: Microsoft Lync 2010 for iPad requires a Lync Server or Office365/Lync Online account and will not work without it. If you are unsure about your account status, please contact your IT department. 

Complete Office in the Cloud / Virtual Office:

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Lync also offers a nice and single client experience for IM, VoIP, video or voice calling, presence, or tele-conferencing etc.,

Using Lync 2013, the MS Lync users can also connect to the world over Skype, the VoIP’s unmatched citadel, this way it ensures a rich and a wider arena of disruptive internet communication on the Go, and everywhere,

Get linked with Microsoft Lync, Unified Communicator (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator)
Get linked with Microsoft Lync, Unified Communicator (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator)
They say:

“Lync Meetings bring together traditionally separate components of desktop video, audio and web conferencing, content sharing and room-based video conferencing solutions into a single, unified experience.”

... “Microsoft Lync is a single, unified communications platform that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Office and other existing tools and systems, and can enhance or replace your existing IP PBX system. This can lead to improved productivity, increased mobility, and faster responses for customers, partners, and employees. Other benefits may include smoother deployment, easier management, and lower cost of ownership.

Background of MS Lync:

This is a HD communication platform, which provides unified communications; enterprise voice and all users' vast experience across multiple platforms into one which could be get transition among a tablet, PC, smart cell phones, phones, room system etc. very easily.

The Lync was introduced to the world at large on January 25, 2011, just for the purposes of remote communication and conferencing to make the things workable with an ease of access,

Some features of MS Lync:

Get linked with Microsoft Lync, Unified Communicator (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator)
Get linked with Microsoft Lync, A Unified Communicator (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator)
- Lync uses a SIP (session initiation protocol) while in a communication, and this ensures the users’ audio-video call management, scheduling, controlling etc. easily,

- Lync goes with a secure communication which uses TLS and SRTP encryption, and also no VPN connection is needed,

- Lync provides for HD video call conferencing.

PC World reveals:

"Small and medium businesses—or even larger businesses for that matter—can take advantage of Lync 2013 as a function of the new Office 365 offering. Lync is not part of the standard Office 365 Home Premium service, but for $150 per user per year theOffice 365 Small Business Premium offering includes Lync, as well as Exchange and SharePoint hosted and supported by Microsoft so you don’t have to invest in or manage the back-end server infrastructure yourself."


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