Microsoft Lync is not only changing the cost structure of enterprise telephony, but also ushering in a new user experience in which every communication is transformed into a more collaborative, engaging interaction.
But it’s impossible to achieve the promises of Lync if you haven’t fully considered the underlying infrastructure. And with laptops, smartphones and tablets on track to outnumber desktops, that means wireless infrastructure. Fortunately, with a little upfront planning, you can dramatically increase the quality and reliability of multimedia over enterprise Wi-Fi. Here are 10 tips for ensuring that Lync runs well on mobile devices in your network.
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