Microsoft Lync is an application that lets you communicate with others using instant messaging, audio and video chat, as well as collaborate by sharing documents and desktops.
It is possible to share data from an Easymeeting enabled endpoint or a virtual room sent to the Lync client, and from the Lync client to an endpoint or EasyConference
No,we currently only offer dial-in interoperability from Lync clients to Easymeeting.
Enterprise Voice provides enhanced calling options, such as call a contact, hold, forward, trfer, voice mail, conferencing, simultaneous rings, enhanced 9-1-1 calling, and calls to and from the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
Lync supports "federation" - enabling interoperability with other corporate IM networks. Federation can be configured either manually (where each partner manually configures the relevant edge servers in the other organization) or automatically (using the appropriate SRV records in the DNS).
Easymeeting does not offer any Lync clients or support for these clients or for the servers running Microsoft Lync. Please contact your Lync administrator for information about how to obtain and install your client.
Return on investment (ROI) is challenging to calculate accurately; see the ROI Myth in my recent UC Strategies article. Here is what I do know: