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Today’s information workers want familiar technology that enables them to work fluidly and productively across devices and contexts.
Lync has been built from the ground up as an enterprise platform for unified communications, and with that comes the richness of capabilities such as administration with Active Directory, archiving and compliance tools, integration with Microsoft Office, extensibility from public APIs based on industry-standard technology, and interoperability with other systems and devices.This has resulted in more than 90 of the Fortune Global 100 having Lync and over five million enterprise users relying on our platform for voice features and functionality instead of a traditional PBX.In parallel, Skype has grown tremendously and now helps more than 300 million people each month stay close whenever they’re apart.By enabling Lync and Skype to connect to one another, enterprise IT can continue to manage a unified communications infrastructure without constraining the reach of end users.We welcome you to take this first step with us and deploy Lync-Skype connectivity as part of Lync.What do Lync administrators need to do to get started?
To connect their Lync users with the Skype community, Lync administrators first need to enable Lync-Skype connectivity.
Information on how to do this can be found here for Lync Server.
We are thrilled to announce the availability of Lync-Skype connectivity for Lync customers around the world.
This marks our first important step in extending Lync’s unified communications capabilities to the hundreds of millions of people who use Skype.
This combination enables Lync customers to take advantage of the global reach of Skype to connect and collaborate with suppliers, customers, and partners while relying on the enterprise richness of Lync.
This initial set of features includes: The enterprise richness of Lync, now with the global reach of Skype As Microsoft continues towards the goal of rehumanizing communications from the living room to the boardroom, our approach requires two separate perspectives: end users’ and IT’s.