Enable your applications to communicate with Lync 2013
Microsoft Lync 2013 integrates with Microsoft Office and other existing tools and systems, and provides a scalable, shared infrastructure with a single data store to help you deliver enterprise communication services.
To fully evaluate the new features in Lync Server 2013, you need the Lync 2013 client application which is available in Office Professional Plus 2013.
Learn about the new Quick Lync menu, the Favorites group, tabbed conversations, video features, meeting controls, and much more.
This article illustrates the major feature sets, or workloads, that Lync Server provides for your users.
Lync 2013 has a variety of benefits that businesses can take advantage of to make internal and external communications more effective and efficient.
Lync Online is a cloud-based communications service that is available as part of Microsoft Office 365. Lync Online provides presence capabilities, instant messaging, audio/video calling, and rich online meeting experiences.
The topics in this section describe how to plan for a successful Lync Server deployment.
The topics in this section help you determine what environment you want to deploy and guide you through the deployment process.
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