Get Ready to Lync Up Your Kinect to the Office

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    Thats cool.  I've been looking at Video Kinect as a way to potential bring video conferencing to the big screen at my parents house.  You know, see the grandchildren from out of state.  And having an XBox at the grandparents house would be welcomed news too.  I'm still investigating this.  I use Live Messenger for my small business as well.  However, Lync and Office 365 are potentially very interesting for my business.  I'm particularly interested in the VOIP capabilities.  Until now, Live Messenger has suited my business partners and I perfectly for IM/Video. The challenge I see is balancing business/personal communications.  Do I just run Lync and Live Messenger as needed or do I run both Lync and Live Messenger?

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    I’m really excited to test out Microsoft Lync. I think this will be a great way to take part in conferences and work meetings from home. What are your thoughts on smaller businesses using this—do you think it has the same benefits for companies of all sizes?

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