Displaying items by tag: Lync

Friday, 21 July 2017 12:02

Are your work chats private?

A new report from Reportlinker Insights has found that 57% of respondents to a survey believe there is no guarantee that workplace conversations on things like Slack, HipChat, Campfire, Facebook, Lync, or Skype will remain private.

Published in Business Software

Microsoft's security update process appears to be back on track, with 18 updates released overnight, nine of which are classified as critical.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 20 April 2016 16:47

Intel promotes Intel Authenticate and Intel Unite

Intel used its sponsorship of this week's Connect Expo and the associated Next Big Thing conference to promote the benefits of the sixth-generation Core and Core vPro CPUs.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 13:59

Skype is now for serious business too

Microsoft has launched of Skype for Business in Australia. Its message - to several hundred enthusiasts - was communicate and collaborate.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

When Microsoft bought Skype in 2011 for US$8.5 billion many puzzled analysts were scratching their heads because the company already had Windows Live Messenger and its enterprise version Lync, which together had a much larger user base than Skype. However, one key thing the Microsoft messaging products did not have was traditional telephony integration. Enter Skype and, this week, Skype for Business Online.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015 16:25

Empired snares Toyota contract

Western Australia-based listed IT services provider Empired has secured a contract with Toyota in Australia to provide Managed Services across the Microsoft Stack.

Published in Deals

If you need audio and video collaboration for small groups in any workspace, Logitech is courting you with its new ConferenceCam Connect

Ruckus Wireless is promoting its new products with patented advancements in Wi-Fi quality of Service, delivering ‘crystal clear’ Wi-Fi calling and picture perfect, flicker free videoconferencing.

Published in Wi-Fi

After Microsoft purchased Skype for US $8.5 billion back in 2011, many wondered when Microsoft’s Lync software would be folded in to Skype, or a separate business version of Skype. The date has been announced, and its in the ‘first half of 2015’.

Published in Business Software

Enterprises and Government departments with Microsoft voice products - ie Lync - will find GST is now payable from 1 December 2014.

Published in The Wired CIO
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 18:38

Interactive Intelligence partners R-Group in WA

Global software and IT services company Interactive Intelligence has appointed Perth-headquartered R-Group to provide sales, service and support in the Western Australian market for its suite of communications solutions.

Published in Market
Thursday, 28 August 2014 16:47

iiNet's Lync service uses Parallels Automation

iiNet's new hosted Lync service relies on Parallels Automation for provisioning.

Published in Cloud
Thursday, 28 August 2014 14:20

iiNet launches locally hosted Lync subscriptions

ISP iiNet has begun offering a hosted Lync service as an add-on to its business plans.

Published in Cloud
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 16:14

UNE Lyncs staff and students

The University of New England has adopted Microsoft Lync 2013 to connect its 23,000 staff and students.

Software that fosters open communication throughout organisations may revamp working life, an industry executive has told iTWire.

Infosys and Gen-i have announced an Australian-based hosted service offering a range of Microsoft products from the cloud.

Published in Cloud Services

Accellion's Mobile Apps are positioned as an enterprise alternative to Dropbox and similar services. The latest update supports iPhone 5, adds functionality to Outlook and Lync.

Published in Mobility
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