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Hack to Force new Skype for Business UI over Lync

Microsoft recently released an update that rebrands Lync as Skype for Business. Many got the update automatically through Windows Update, but not everyone gets the new user interface (UI). 470 more words

Microsoft Exhange

End User Experience Testing Made Easier with NMSaaS

End user experience & QoS are consistently ranked at the top of priorities for Network Management teams today. According to research over 60% of companies today say that VoIP is present in a significant amount of their networks, this is the same case with streaming media within the organization. 257 more words

Telnet Networks

A Deep Dive into Logging Out a SIP Client

It’s said that all good things come to an end. At the same time, I’ve heard that there are no ends — just new beginnings. No matter how you see it, life is full of changes and very few things last forever. 848 more words

Unified Communications

Microsoft UC lead SME - NYC or New Jersey location preferred- 100K+ seats - 300+ global locations

Responsible for service and technical architect, including design, strategy, implementation and support, of Unified Communications technologies that include:

·   Build and implement the best in class experience for Lync users globally… 242 more words

At&t Jobs

The Future is Now — How Science Fiction Predicted Business Communications

At what point can we say we are living in the future dreamed of in science fiction? Though 2001 may not have been a space odyssey imagined in the older book and film, the years since have seen growth in communication and technology that fiction only dreamed of, and… 17 more words


UC&C Depends on Network Infrastructure - No Jitter

For a UC&C system to be useful, it must be reliable. Why must this point be made? Isn’t it obvious? Of course, the UC&C system hardware itself must be properly configured and functioning. 46 more words


From Boxes to Solutions

“Intelligence is based on how efficient a species became at doing the things they need to survive.”

Charles Darwin

Back in the day, it was extremely common for a company to standardize their communications infrastructure on a single vendor. 174 more words

Unified Communications