Are you considering implementation of Skype for Business (Lync)? If so, do you know the complexity and implementation risks involved? Lync is software. You will need hardware to complete the installation, multiple units such as servers, gateways, and a session border controller besides some IP phones. Putting this all together can takes days dealing with licensing, hardware and software installation, and networking the hardware components together. Besides the labor involved, most IT staff contemplating Lync have never done this before thereby introducing risk into the equation.
This EDUcast, recorded with Frederic Dickey VP of Product Management, Marketing, and Services for Sangoma and Gary Audin, takes you through the deployment issues and challenges of Lync. The EDUcast shows you what effort goes into a successful Lync deployment and how the implementation goals can be satified. You can purchase the technology featured in this Educast in the Sangoma Express for Lync Skype for Business Appliances section.
What you will learn in this EDUcast:
- Unified Communications Defined
- Skype for Business (Lync) as Software
- Server Roles in Lync Deployment
- Gateway Applications to the PSTN and Legacy Devices
- Session Border Controllers and SIP Trunking
- Express for Lync (Lync in a Box)
- Sangoma Solutions
- Resources for Further Study
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