Hi OCS fans! We have to skip this week”s post. Just too busy at the moment to put one together. Check back next week for a post on OCS 2010.
I'm still amazed at how many people use their phones for–well, everything! We've reached the point where almost anything you can do on a computer, you can do on a mobile phone. So it's no surprise that we've received requests
We use Polycom phones for OCS. And we recommend them to clients. They're great when you want an external phone for using VoIP, just like a regular phone. (Well, a bit better, since Polycom phones also have a screen displaying
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,
In most IM clients you have to add new contacts one by one. It”s annoying, it”s piecemealâ€¦and if you”re in a big office with lots of people, skipping it altogether starts to appeal after about 5 seconds. Avoiding this is
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
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Exchange 2010 released worldwide on November 9th. The Microsoft Exchange Team Blog has the announcement. There”s a lot of blogging out there about Exchange”s capabilities (the Exchange Team Blog announcement, especially). We beta-tested it, so I could give my opinion
The Unified Communications Strategies Blog makes a great point in its “OCS: The Tech is the Easy Part” post from last week: “OCS is not simply a phone system replacement, it”s more accurately a phone system alternative made possible by