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Five tips to Integrating Videoconferencing Into Microsoft Lync

Microsoft Lync server 2010 is a placed to integrate with or replace legacy PBXs with all the obligatory features and functions. Lync provides full suite of communications capabilities in an individual unified platform to give instant messaging, conferencing, and voice and video. In this Article you will read five options for integrating Videoconferencing into Microsoft Lync.

Instant Messaging and Presence:

Presence combines information from cards, calendar, location setting, device capabilities and personal updates of status. In instant messaging color indicators are used. In Lync, if you can see an individual available there, then in outlook when a message is addressed to specific beneficiary, you will be able to see their presence as there will be a green dot in front of the contact. The share point also provides presence information and many actions can be done directly from share point like initialing a call and, an instant message.

Conferencing:

Microsoft Lync has enabled ad hoc conferencing like if you are user then you can start with an Instant message and you can upgrade to a video call. When you have established a video call then other individuals also can be added by easy dragging the available individual into the conference window. You can also simply downgrade form a video conference to audio by just selecting that option after clicking on the video tab in your window. You can also share your programs including the web pages. You can use schedule conferencing in Lync, scheduled conferencing is enabled by Microsoft Outlook and it provides ways to restrict users by using a lobby model where users cant gain access without the permission and it restrict broadcasters and those who can admit people from the lobby. Conferencing exterminating enables organizations to use existing infrastructure including the room systems and high end conferencing solutions.

Enterprise Voice:

In Microsoft Lync you can manage location that is for informing his/her colleagues of current geographic or you can manage physical location. It also supports emergency services. You can initiate test calls to check call quality at a particular place and time when you are online. You can control settings if you want to send a call to voice mail and if you want to forward a call, these settings are to configure groups for team call or to delegate calls to interchange or individuals with immediate ring.

Security:

If you want to test security for the Microsoft Lync server, you will get a Pass rating for reliability and security testing for Microsoft Lync. There were no inherent liability that were found in Microsoft Lync server outright using a battery of exposure and protocol analysis tools from Lxia, Touchstone and Mu Dynamics.

Performance testing:

Microsoft Lync successfully passed its voice and video quality of experience tests under the heavily loaded and disgraced network conditions. Even with substantial hustle and a packet loss percentage in excess of 5 percent of the quality of video and voice of the Lync server client with high definition video was superb and high definition video conferencing was conducted over T1 bandwidth with an average bandwidth of 142 kilobytes per second needed to maintain the connection.

Google Faces Patent Charges

It was only recently that Frontier Communications Corp. filed patent charges against the world’s biggest online search engine, Google, Inc. Frontier sued Google for infringing a certain new patent that is intended for telephone services. Some reports have stated that Google has violated existing patent rights with a list of products, namely, the famous Google Voice system.

Frontier contended in the Delaware federal court, as the company is based in Connecticut, particularly in Stamford. According to the statements made by the attorneys of the plaintiff, Google deliberately infringed the patent of Frontier’s technology and further reiterated that Google has largely inflicted irreparable damage to Frontier.

Google decided to purchase Global IP Solutions Holding AB, which happens to be the maker of videoconferencing, as well as voice, software for around sixty eight million. Working in collaboration, they were able to help the public expand Internet audio and video capabilities.

This is why Andre Pederson, Google’s assigned spokesperson has blatantly stated that the claims Frontier has been making are completely without merit. Hiring their own set of lawyers, Google plans to fight Frontier’s charges vigorously.

Ever since the court battle again, Google, despite being the largest search engine on the Internet today, as evidenced by having a total revenue of nearly twenty four billion dollars last year, experienced a fall of approximately three dollars to around four hundred eighty six dollars in the Nasdaq Stock Market trading. Basically, the search giant’s stocks declined twenty two percent in this year.

Moreover, Frontier, with last year’s total revenue of around two billion dollars fell seventeen cents, and is now only nearly eight dollars in the New York Stock Exchange. Conclusively, the company dropped nearly two percent this year.

The reason why both companies are risking it all with these suits is because of the technology involved. Reports say that Google has claimed patent rights for providing its users with only one phone number that connects their work, home, and cellular phones. This feature happens to be Google Voice’s core feature.

Actually, this one-number feature is not entirely new to both Frontier and Google. In fact, some phone companies have already offered relatively similar features to particular businesses through phone products such as Centrex, starting the 60’s era. And, today, Frontier Communications Corp. filed their lawsuit against Google merely hours after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office finally issued Frontier’s requested patent.

It seems that Frontier will be the one taking the risks in this uphill battle since the said company’s request for the patent from the year 2007 actually comes a couple of years after the predecessor of Google Voice, GrandCentral launched similar services in the year 2005. It was Google that acquired GrandCentral in 2007 and gave it a new brand name of Google Voice. This means that GrandCentral has initially offered the exact same one-number-for-all feature that Frontier is presently complaining about, two years before Frontier even applied for the said patent.

It looks like the attorneys hired by Frontier Communications Corp. need to acquaint themselves with the principles and concepts involved with first-to-invent as well as prior art.

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