Chapter 6. Working Together in Lync


AS I MENTIONED IN THE EARLY CHAPTERS OF THIS BOOK, teams need both formal and informal communication tools, capabilities to access shared content when team members are working together and when they’re working on their own, and record-keeping tools to document their deliberations and decisions. In their everyday conversations, in meetings, and in sharing content of all kinds, teams can find support for these needs in Microsoft Lync.


Keep in mind that Lync isn’t a program that you can run on its own. The Lync client must be associated with an instance of Lync Server. Your organization ...

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