360 degree camera view 360 degree camera is a portable device that when combined with Live Meeting provides a complete video experience. For example, for a conference room with several participants who are participating in a Live Meeting session, it captures not only the active speaker but also provides a panorama of the conference room.
Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Windows® 7 integrate with Microsoft Lync. Microsoft® Lync automatically sets your presence based on your activity or Microsoft® Outlook calendar. It is tightly integrated with Outlook. Not only can you manage your IM conversations through Lync, you can also send e-mail and Outlook meeting requests to contacts. Both Lync and Outlook also let you know when you’ve missed conversations. Your Outlook and Lync contact lists are unified. You can see your contacts’ status and communicate with them from your Office program without switching away.
Attendant console A call management application that helps administrative assistants, receptionists, and front-line business professionals handle and manage large numbers of simultaneous calls. Users manage multiple calls and calls on behalf of others, use a contact list and monitor the availability of other users. Transfer calls, take notes and initiate conference calls.
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Audio conferencing bridge Audio conferencing bridge creates a conference call for participants inside and outside Marquette. Set up a conference invitation in Outlook and participants receive information about the scheduled time, a phone number to dial, the conference ID and a password. Bluetooth headset Bluetooth headset is a wireless device for Microsoft Lync users, enabling users to make or receive calls on their PCs without speakerphones. They are able to quickly switch calls between the PC and headset offering the user more mobility. Call center The call center interfaces provide methods that queue and distribute calls within a call center.
Cisco voice phone IP phones with color liquid crystal display (LCD), including dynamic soft keys for call features and functions and a built in speakerphone. Conferencing Start a conference call in Lync by simply selecting multiple contacts from the Global Address List, your Outlook Contacts, or enter a phone number. One can also invite other users to join an ongoing phone call. See Audio conferencing bridge (above) and Video conferencing (below). Delegates Team members are designated to answer, route, or make calls for managers. The team-member delegates use Lync to perform their delegate tasks. Desktop sharing Remote Desktop Sharing allows a user to obtain access from a local computer to a remote computer if both parties have Microsoft Lync installed. There are two participants in Windows Desktop Sharing: the sharer and the viewer. The sharer is the system whose screen is being shared out, while the viewer is the system that can view the sharer's screen. Invitations enable a person or group of persons to connect to a session. When an attendee connects to a session, the client sends a ticket and a password. These two pieces of information are used to authenticate an attendee. Access the files on your work computer from home or on the road with remote desktop in Windows XP Professional. Handset The receiver or the part of the phone that you hold to talk and listen. Headset A headphone combined with a microphone. It allows users to talk and listen with hands-free operation. IM /Instant messaging Use Microsoft Lync to communicate with two or more people over the Internet using typed text. This technology, designed initially for conducting one-on-one personal chats, has permeated the workplace and is used by many business people over phone calls and e-mail. Lync Server Manages all real-time (synchronous) communications including: instant messaging, VoIP, audio and video conferencing, presence over IP telephony in a fully integrated unified communications solution. It unites all the contact information stored in Active Directory with the ways people communicate Microsoft Lync A unified communications application that helps end users be more productive by enabling them to communicate and collaborate easily with others in different locations or time zones using a range of different communication options, including presence information, instant messaging (IM), voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), desktop sharing and video. Integration with programs across the Microsoft Office system — including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and SharePoint — gives end users many different ways to communicate directly from the context of their task. Microsoft Lync resources online.
Online Meeting An online meeting space where you can meet with your colleagues online. It allows you to collaborate in real-time, even over long distances. Meeting attendees can deliver a presentation, kick off a project, brainstorm ideas, edit files, collaborate on whiteboards, and negotiate deals from their personal computer at a fraction of the cost and without the hassle of travel. The meeting organizer can publish an HTTP URL to give Non-Windows users access to the meeting, can mute or eject parties, etc. Meetings can include Live webcam video, "Panoramic video" with Microsoft RoundTable, Multi-party two-way VoIP audio and "Handout" distribution or File Transfer. Presence With presence, you can see at-a-glance if someone is available and contact them with a click using instant messaging, a phone call or a video conference. Presence gives a user who wants to communicate with someone options for contacting them and tells them beforehand about the availability of the other user. A person can customize and control access to their Presence information. UC / Unified Communications Microsoft’s Unified Communications (UC) solutions use the power of software to streamline communication. Lync is the platform for presence, instant messaging, conferencing, and enterprise voice.
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Video conferencing With a video camera and speakers, you can use Microsoft Lync to do live, real-time videoconferencing on your computer. You can talk to people anywhere in the world and see their faces and surroundings. VoIP A Voice over IP phone provides normal telephone functionality, like placing and receiving calls, but uses an IP network connection for connectivity rather than a traditional phone network. Wireless headset A battery operated headset that connects up to 30 feet away.
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