Getting on the Right Track with Your Lync Enterprise Voice Deployment

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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.

TracksAs a proof point, back in June Microsoft re-published primary research by InfoTrack titled “Impact of Microsoft Lync on the Enterprise Voice Market – 2014.” Inside this report are some interesting data points on the adoption and growth of Lync in the enterprise voice market. One of the points calls out that 49% of the surveyed enterprise reported they were currently deploying enterprise voice beyond trial while another 33% were planning to deploy. This is a tremendous change over last year’s numbers and shows how the tide has really turned in Microsoft’s favor.

Our consulting team has been extremely busy this year helping plan, deploy and operationalize Lync Enterprise Voice in the largest companies in the world. We thought it would be a great time to share some of our learnings with you and guide you onto the right track for a successful Lync Enterprise Voice initiative.

We will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday, August 27th that will discuss five ways that we have helped companies get their enterprise voice deployment on the right track and keep it there. As a sneak peek we’ll be talking about UC strategy pitfalls we’ve seen, reviewing challenges you might face, defining key metrics as you operationalize, uncovering some Lync best practices and finally sharing real world examples of how feedback from users drives success. It will be an information packed session you won’t want to miss.

WHAT:  Webinar: 5 Ways to Keep Your Microsoft Lync Deployment on the Right Track
WHERE:  Watch On Demand Now

Our speakers include Kevin Peters, Managing Architect – UC (Microsoft Certified Solutions Master: Communications, Microsoft Certified Master – Lync Server 2010) and David Abramowski, Director of Product Marketing, both from Unify Square.

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