Planning and Deploying Your Enterprise Voice

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This session discusses the best practices for planning and implementing Microsoft Lync Server 2013 as the successor to your PBX. Topics presented include: Choosing your project sponsors and building your business case. Developing a migration approach. Conducting a network assessment. Implementing the Lync Server 2013 voice integration components. Selecting the right Lync device mix for your users. Completing a successful pilot. Engaging for ongoing Lync Voice support. One of the biggest tasks of deploying Enterprise Voice involves understanding how existing requirements in the enterprise are satisfied with features in Lync Server and how they need to be accounted for in the planning process.



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    Hope this session will give me some new ideas how to deal with the customers that have both "top" users who want all of the functionality and lot of people that say that analogue phone is good enough.

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    We're about to start a small POC to use our existing Lync installation as PBX for our company. In the end, we're talking about some 5000 Users, but we're starting small. Downside is that our integrator is not soooo fond of our idea and slows things a bit down. I'll hope that, after sessions like these, I'll be able to counter some of their arguments and speed things up a little!

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