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Why Lync?

The concept of unified communications, delivered in Lync Server 2010, enables workers to use the same communications platform, regardless of device or location, while presence and coauthoring capabilities facilitate collaboration.

Editor's Note: The Business Case for Lync is Clear on All Fronts

You want to do WHAT with my phone? The cost/benefit analysis might be a slam dunk, but smoothing user adoption is where Lync Server 2010 really shines.

TechNet Magazine: Complete Communication Anywhere

Microsoft Lync Server 2010 eliminates geographic restrictions and works across multiple computing devices—both of which translate into significant savings.

TechNet Magazine: Speak to Your Branch Offices

Some of the topology changes in Microsoft Lync Server 2010 make it easier to deploy the full range of unified communication technologies.

Introduction to Lync Server 2010

This table and the following sections illustrate the major feature sets, or workloads, that Lync 2010 provides for your users.

Forrester: The Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Lync Server 2010

To understand the financial impact of investing in Lync Server 2010, Forrester interviewed 12 Microsoft customers that have started using the product and compiled their results and expectations into a composite case study.

Voice Quality Improvements in Lync Server 2010

Microsoft Lync Server 2010 made significant enhancements to the Enterprise Voice workload. This includes improving voice quality in Microsoft Lync Server and its clients. This article briefly discusses these improvements.

TechNet ON: Tracks

Making the Lync

Planning for and deploying the unified communications platform is made easier with the wealth of documentation and tools. Lean how to get started with Lync Server 2010.

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