Microsoft’s Cloud PBX is here. It is a simpler, license based delivery model for Skype for Business. Because of its simplicity there is a perception that this means choice of implementation partner is now less important...
Skype for Business 2015 is certainly generating a lot of interest in the market place. What does it do that Lync 2013 did not do or did not do well? Is it an improvement, what does it do for me and should we upgrade now?
This blog takes a looks at our nine key steps and considerations for migrating successfully to Microsoft SQL Server 2014 from a legacy platform.
It’s a bold attempt to help us to be more productive at work (and at play). It’s on a unified platform of applications. It’s cloud based. It’s neatly wrapped up with a monthly price tag, and an a la carte menu of options. But just reeling off the obvious benefits to Office 365 doesn’t do justice to Microsoft’s fastest ever growing product or give any insight into the deeper undercurrents in the tech sector that are leading to our organisational, and productive, Salvation
So the word’s on every Australian IT Manager’s lips, and to be honest every Australian IT Provider, after the WPC 2015 wrapped up will be “so what’s the deal with the new E5 Office 365?!?”
Fifteen years ago, Microsoft launched MSN Messenger. Check out how this software has evolved to become today's Microsoft Lync in this informative infographic.
Undoubtedly, 2014 has proved that combining solid telecommunications expertise, hard work and innovation pays off, as Nexon is named a finalist for not one, but four renowned industry awards!
A few days ago, Gartner released their 2014 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications (UC). This Magic Quadrant highlights the trends and changes in the UC landscape and identifies the key vendors that are situated in the leaders, visionaries, challengers and niche players’ corners as well as their strengths and cautions. Below are some of the highlights.