New Capabilities in Lync 2013
Watch & Discover new features in Lync 2013.
Microsoft® Lync® 2013 is an enterprise-ready unified communications platform. Lync connects hundreds of millions of people everywhere, on Windows 8 and other devices, as part of their everyday productivity experience.
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Communications-enable your applications
Unified communications as software. That summarizes the philosophy of Microsoft. Empowering developers to enable every application they build to become a communications endpoint that cannot only communicate with Lync, but also with networks like Skype, Live Messenger and others..
The upcoming release of the developer platform for Microsoft Lync Server 2013 and the Microsoft Lync 2013 client support that value proposition, strengthening the Microsoft Lync 2013 Managed API and the Unified Communications Managed API 4.0. Both APIs enable developers to use their .NET skills and the Visual Studio developer environment to easily build complex communications experiences in a minimal amount of time, without having to know complex protocols.
With Lync 2013, Persistent Chat has been added as an integrated capability of Lync, and the developer platform has been enhanced with these capabilities both on the client-side as well as on the server-side, so developers can integrate and enhance group chat easily in applications.
How to use the Lync Developer Platform?
The power of the Microsoft Unified Communications developer platform is typically used in the following ways:
To customize and extend Lync
At times Lync does not work the way customers are accustomed to compared to legacy systems, or require additional functionality that needs an extension. Being built on a software platform, often such functionality can be added on top of Lync’s APIs.
To empower customer care
Lync offers a powerful multichannel communications platform that can be used to empower unique customer care scenarios. Dozens of ISVs offer great solutions, like web chat, IVR, or contact center to extend the reach of Lync beyond the enterprise.
Communications-enabled business processes
The pinnacle of using Lync’s software platform is to deeply embed communications inside applications and business processes. Building on familiar paradigms like .NET and REST-ful APIs, developers can easily add such functionality to their applications and business processes.
Multiparty HD video and content sharing
A modern communication experience accessible from almost any device
Federation with Skype
Ağustos 21, 2012 tarihinde Makaleler | Yazılar, Unified Communication | Lync - OCS içinde yayınlandı ve audience size, communication experience, Lync 2013, lync new features, Lync Server, Microsoft Lync, Skype Federation, video conferencing olarak etiketlendi. Kalıcı bağlantıyı yer imlerinize ekleyin. Yorum yapın.