Welcome to 2018! We’ll have a full post up soon. Before that though, I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge a milestone coming very soon. OCS 2007. Office Communications Server. The first iteration of what has now become the
Apologies for the late post this week, readers! We’re engaged in some server moves & updating. I don’t have a whole lot of time available. But the blog must go on! We’re continuing our “Examining Lync’s Connection Tools” series this
You”re about to have your first full-on Live Meeting conference with a client! OCS is all set up; you”ve got the cameras ready in case they want to jump to video. VoIP is set up, Mediation server is a go,
Here”s a list (Microsoft Technet) of Direct SIP Gateway and IP-PBXs approved for use with Office Communications Server. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/ocs/bb735838.aspx#direct Obviously, we haven”t tested them all. I can only give you what we”ve learned on our own install (and subsequent client
The client app that ships with OCS 2007 is called Office Communicator. When you ask the average user what OCS is, they”ll point to their Communicator window (which looks like this) and call that OCS. Communicator does its job very
When you”re experts in something, people ask you questions. The same questions. Over & over again. I”ve blogged about many of the things our customer ask us in the past. Still, a recap now and then doesn”t hurt. And since
I”m writing a short holiday greeting for today. And a thank you for your attention. Checking our stats, I see the OCS Insider”s traffic is up to over 2,000 visits per month now! Thanks very much, to all of you.
The main difference between Voice over IP and POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service; your typical desk phones) is the fact that Voice over IP runs all of its connections through Internet lines. NOT phone lines. Sometimes people forget this. So