Five reasons Microsoft Lync 2013 matters

Five reasons Microsoft Lync 2013 matters

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New Lync 2013 has a variety of benefits that businesses can take advantage of to make internal and external communications more effective and efficient. Lync, which comes bundled with Office 365 business subscriptions, is Microsoft's server platform for unified communications. In a former life, it went by the longer, but more...
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