Unify Square PowerMon Now Validates Microsoft Lync "Click To Join" Capabilities

Today we have updated Unify Square PowerMon to enhance early detection of another aspect of Microsoft Lync conferencing issues by providing validation of the meeting URL join behavior as part of our advanced conferencing scenarios.  In other words, PowerMon is now automatically checking that the “Join Lync Meeting” link found in the calendar invite is functioning properly.

Written by Unify Square, Posted in Product Updates


Keeping Lync on the Right Track: Understanding the Challenges Ahead

Most of us are aware that moving from the legacy voice infrastructure to a centralized Unified Communications infrastructure is a fundamental shift for the organization. No longer are phone systems isolated boxes managed in regional locations.  Companies gain tremendous benefits from the centralization of telecommunications technologies but they also have to accept the realities of this shift.  The path to success requires an understanding and the resources needed to handle the technology, operational and end-user challenges.

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Unify Square PowerView Improves Big Data Analytics Cube for Microsoft Lync Resulting in Increased Accuracy of Voice Quality, Utilization & User Adoption Insight

The Unify Square PowerView development team has released service pack 1 for version 5.0. Unify Square PowerView is a big data analytics solution for Microsoft Lync enabling companies to visualize their Lync data to make smarter strategic decisions and more effective tactical interventions. This maintenance release also includes important enhancements that improve accuracy of information and additional details on individual call records.

Written by Unify Square, Posted in Product Updates


5 Ways to Keep Your Lync Deployment on the Right Track Blog Series

Yesterday the team at Unify Square held a webinar on the 5 Ways to Keep Your Lync Deployment on Track. The audience really liked this presentation and we thought it would also make a great series of blog posts. So over the next few posts we will cover all five of the suggestions to keeping your Enterprise Lync Deployment on the Right Track. Let’s get started today with the first suggestion from our team…

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Getting on the Right Track with Your Lync Enterprise Voice Deployment

The numbers have it, Microsoft Lync and Enterprise Voice are storming their way through the Fortune 500 landscape. From the Gartner Magic Quadrant to the Forrester Wave report, Microsoft Lync is leading the pack in unified communications.  

Written by Unify Square, Posted in Events


Statistical Sampling Simplifies User Satisfaction Measurement

Here at Unify Square we firmly believe a truly successful Lync deployment lies in end-user satisfaction. When users are happy with Lync, they improve collaboration and reduce the cost of communications. The user-satisfaction mantra drives everything we do and we think it should drive you, too. Getting your users’ opinion is a good way to measure success and can help focus improvements and investments. But, as soon as you want to start listening to your users you will face the question of who to survey.

Written by Thomas Christmann, Software Engineer


The Key to a Great Monday; End-to-End Lync Monitoring

It’s 5pm on Friday and you are ready to head home.  You make one last check of the health of the Microsoft Lync environment. It’s all green lights on your dashboard and off you go to enjoy the summer weather. 

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CIOReview names Unify Square to the “100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers”

In a special July 2014 issue of CIOReview, the selection panel evaluated thousands of Microsoft Partners looking for companies that demonstrated the ability to provide in-depth expertise in delivering innovative technologies to streamline operations throughout the Microsoft landscape.

Written by Unify Square, Posted in Company News


The Importance of User Satisfaction in UC Adoption

You’re an IT Rock Star. You’ve built the UC architecture to spec. You had a great project plan and you met all the milestones. Now, you’ve deployed the technology to end users and it’s time to sit back and keep an eye on helpdesk tickets or perhaps wait for your comprehensive quarterly IT Survey to assess the health of the service. Meanwhile, a storm is brewing out there…

Written by Cari Dick, Director UC Adoption Practice


An Ounce of Planning Saves Pounds of Pain with Microsoft Lync Conferencing and Enterprise Voice

Getting started with Microsoft Lync is easy. As a matter of fact, it is too easy.  You simply install a Lync Server and your business can take advantage of productivity gains with instant messaging and presence (IM/P). To the IT team, Lync Server looks similar to an Exchange Server—so similar IT policies and procedures are applied making everyone happy.

Written by Unify Square

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