Yesterday #Microsoft had the pleasure of blogging about the final engineering milestone for Microsoft #Lync 2010 - the next release of Office Communications Server and Communicator - also known as Release to Manufacturing, or RTM.
“What's next for Lync? The final milestone is general availability (GA), which means making Lync 2010 available to customers and partners around the world. We're on track for GA and planning a worldwide launch event on Wednesday, November 17, 2010. We hope you'll tune in here: http://www.microsoft.com/lync to watch live demos of the final product, see examples from the more than 100 new Lync certified devices and hear from customers who have deployed early releases of Lync 2010. The launch event, to be broadcast live, will feature a keynote from Chris Capossela, senior vice president of the Microsoft Office Division, who will talk about how Lync fits into Microsoft's broader productivity platform, including SharePoint, Exchange and Office. Chris will be joined by a few special guests, including Gurdeep Singh Pall, corporate vice president of the Office Communications Group and Lync R&D team”by Kirk Gregersen, Senior Director at Microsoft. Source: (link)
We at e-office are very excited about this new version of Lync. We are ready to support our customers. On behalf of the team congrats to the Lync product team for this new platform.
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