Five Best Practices to Consider When Deploying Microsoft Lync 2013 for Mobile Clients Using the Feature Enterprise Voice

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When deploying Lync Mobile with Enterprise Voice, users expect to be able to complete calls as expected, roam around the building as they do when using cellular roaming, and have pristine quality to their calls as they do from their wired computer. Anything below those expectations would be a letdown, a failure, and Lync is always to blame, right? This session touches upon five best practices to consider when you want to reach those expectations and have a successful Enterprise Voice rollout with mobile Lync users in mind. HashTags: #Lync #LyncMobile #BYOD #Productivity #GenMobile #GoodTimes #QoS #SDN

Day:

3

Track:

Office 365

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

OFC-B344

Room:

Hall 8.0 Room F7

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    shawn harry

    One tiny correction in the presentation @ 38:41. Passive Authentication is native to Lync and will break Lync EWS integration as Exchange doesn't support pAuth, but 2FA is not native to Lync. 2FA requires a 3rd party. Small subtly. But an important distinction.

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