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  • Blog Post: Lync 2013 Delivers Business Value

    Author: Paul Cannon, Sr. Product Marketing Manager Introduction I started in the computer industry on a helpdesk team managing projects. My first “fly solo” project was evaluating the roll-out of ISDN video conferencing between 3 sites in San Francisco, Chicago, and London. When I went...
  • Blog Post: Joining Meeting Audio From Lync Web App

    Microsoft Lync Web App can be used to join Lync meetings from a web browser on Windows and Mac operating systems. One of the first steps most users would perform after joining a meeting is to connect to meeting audio. Lync Web App supports users joining meeting audio via a PSTN phone, or via a previous...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Microsoft Lync Web App

    With the release of Microsoft Lync 2010, we are introducing Lync Web App, a new Silverlight based web browser client that allows participants without Lync 2010 account or Lync 2010 client to participate in meetings using Windows or Mac operating system and present and view PowerPoint slides, share desktop...
  • Blog Post: Preparing your System for a Lync Web App Meeting

    So you received your first invite to attend a meeting hosted on Lync 2010 and you do not have Lync client installed on your machine? Not to worry, as Lync 2010 meetings support the Lync Web App browser client that allows you to attend meetings from any supported browser on Windows or Mac without installing...