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Why It’s Riskier NOT to Migrate to Lync Enterprise Voice

Donna Mills

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Jan 27

Migrate-to-Lync_660In 2015, Microsoft Lync will become Skype for Business, giving your organization a more seamless communication experience, with added power and cost savings over old PBX systems.

Making a major change in your telecom infrastructure like a Lync migration is a huge undertaking – but “It’s more risky to stay with the status quo,” says Zeus Kerravala of ZK Research. Kerravala tells you why in Beyond IM and Presence: Best Practices for Deploying Microsoft Lync, his 5-part series of white papers outlining the steps to a successful deployment of Lync Enterprise Voice.

Download the series to begin planning your own upgrade to a state-of-the-art UC&C system.


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