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The Skype For Business Client Has Arrived!

Today is the day that the official Skype For Business Client gets released! I have been using the Technical Preview for about a week now and can honestly say that I like the new Skype-influenced interface. I have a couple customers that have been waiting for this new UI to come out before they begin their client rollout, because they […]

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Lync Server 2013 Virtualization Whitepaper Goes Public

Virtualization of Lync Server 2013 is both supported and very common, yet understanding the proper way to virtualize the system becomes a complicated conversation. The gap between high level virtualization requirements outlined by Microsoft and the more specific details virtualization experts are requiring is quite large. The conversation normally goes like this in its simplest […]

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Lync Server 2013 Contributes to Perficient’s FlexJobs Award

Just recently, Perficient was named as a top 100 company for a remote job by FlexJobs. (Read About It) Being I work from home (as most people do in my field), I definitely felt Perficient was well deserving of this award. Although the FlexJobs criteria didn’t ask “what kind of tools do Perficient employees use […]

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Upcoming Webinar: Planning for a Lync 2013 on a Global Scale

At Perficient, we communicate via Lync 2013. As an end user, I can’t say enough about the ability to use it from anywhere I have internet access to take calls, instant message colleagues, customers and partners, and to hold meetings with content sharing and video. Using Lync 2013 is a simple, easy process for me, […]

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Webinar Recap: Lync Online – Changing the Way We Communicate

This Wednesday, we held a webinar, “Lync Online: How the Cloud Is Changing the Way We Communicate.” During the session, Keenan Crockett, Perficient Lync Team Lead & Sr. Solution Architect, and Trevor Miller, Senior Technical Consultant here at Perficient, teamed up to show us the functionality, requirements, and best practices of Lync Online and Lync […]

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Webinar: Lync Online – How the Cloud Is Changing Communication

Companies now have several options when it comes to Microsoft’s enterprise-ready unified communications platform, Lync – from Lync on-premises, hosted Lync, to Lync Online with Office 365, or even Lync in a hybrid environment. I’ve been using Lync for over three years, and can attest to its ability to provide a more connected experience, enabling […]

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Perficient’s Matt McGillen on Lync with Redmond Channel Partner

Yesterday, over at Redmond Channel Partner, Scott Bekker wrote about the recent upswing in business around Microsoft Lync. You can read the full article here. Bekker talks about the recent Lync Conference, and a major takeaway being that Lync is really taking off as customers move past the initial voice pilots to full implementations, where […]

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Lync Server – Install-CSDatabase error

With Lync Server 2013, the recommendation is to keep the OS on the C: drive and deploy Lync to a secondary drive running Raid 10.  When you ask for server provisioning with the requested drive layout you’ll receive your server with a second drive such as a D: or E: drive, or whatever your standard build calls for.  […]

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Lync Server 2013 – Annoying LS DATA MCU 41029 Error

Starting with Lync Server 2010 and now with Lync Server 2013, Certificate management was much improved over previous OCS platforms with the ability to itemize certificates across the environment.  More specifically, on the Lync Server Front ends you can now apply up to 3 unique certificates to each server.  A description is provided for each certificate below: […]

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Using Fiddler to troubleshoot Lync Mobile Client

Troubleshooting and reading the logs on the Lync Mobile client is in my opinion, very cumbersome.   I find myself staring at the logs trying to decipher the cryptic messages, reformatting the text in notepad, scrolling to left and right repeatedly,…  well, you get the idea, it simply isn’t any fun.    I was recently challenged with […]

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Lync Server and Shoretel Integration? – Absolutely

My intention of this post is to reach organizations whom currently leverage Shoretel and would like a high level understanding of integrating Lync Server 2010/2013 with their current Shoretel investment.  In this series of Q&A, it is assumed Lync will sit behind the Shoretel system.  In other words, the Shoretel PBX will be the gatekeeper […]

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