Coming Soon: GET:IT Endpoint Management 1-Day Conference on September 28th at 9:30 AM ET Coming Soon: GET:IT Endpoint Management 1-Day Conference on September 28th at 9:30 AM ET

Lync 2013 Cloud services limitations

Home Forums Messaging Software Skype for Business Server Lync 2013 Cloud services limitations

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #163030

    Can anyone point me to some references on the limitations with Lync 2013 in the cloud? What are some pros and cons about cloud services with voice and video?

    How much of this list is still true to the limitations of current Lync Online services?

    The features not available are:
    ◾Searching for employees by their skillset in an on-premise SharePoint Server and SharePoint Online
    ◾Persistent group chat
    ◾Connect (federate) to IBM Sametime unified communications platform
    ◾IM/presence federation with XMPP networks such as Jabber and Google Talk
    ◾IM/presence with AOL and Yahoo
    ◾Authenticated experience in Lync Web App
    ◾Outlook delegation for scheduling online meetings
    ◾Generate a link to schedule a meeting via web page
    ◾Schedule an online meeting in Outlook Web App
    ◾Dial-in audio conferencing on Lync Server
    ◾Multimedia content upload
    ◾Screen shot capture (including annotation)
    ◾Interoperability with on-premise video conferencing systems
    ◾Make incoming/outgoing calls over the phone network (PSTN dialling)
    ◾Call hold/retrieve
    ◾Dial-out over the phone network (PSTN) for meetings
    ◾Advanced call controls including transfer, forward and simultaneous ring
    ◾Access to Exchange Online voice mail
    ◾Team calling
    ◾Delegation for voice, for example, boss delegates to secretary
    ◾Call park
    ◾Outgoing Direct Inward Dialing (DID) manipulation
    ◾Enhanced 9-1-1 for location by emergency services
    ◾Dial plans and policies
    ◾IP desk phone support
    ◾Survivable Branch Appliances for branch office resiliency
    ◾Call admissions control
    ◾Support for analog devices such as a fax
    ◾Response groups
    ◾Private line (secondary DID for executives)
    ◾Interoperation with third-party private branch exchange (PBX)
    ◾Presence interoperation with third-party PBX
    ◾Remote call control (RCC) (also known as “click-to-call”) with on-premises PBX
    ◾Malicious call trace
    ◾Unassigned number
    ◾Network Quality of Service (QoS) and Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP)
    ◾Media path optimisation
    ◾Phone number management
    ◾Call detail recording (CDR) and billing reporting
    ◾Integration with call centre solutions (Aspect)
    ◾Connect to IP phones (Lync 2010 Phone Edition)
    ◾Advanced interface for receptionists (Lync 2010 Attendant client)
    ◾Legacy clients (eg. Office Communication for Mac, 2007 R2, Mobile for Windows Mobile 6.x)
    ◾Anti-malware scanning for meeting content and file transfers
    ◾Instant message archiving (server-side only)
    ◾Exchange Unified Messaging (UM) interoperation with Exchange Online
    ◾Exchange UM interoperation with Exchange on-premise
    ◾Use the same domain for Lync on-premise and Lync Online users
    ◾Splitting workloads (for example, running IM/presence/voice on-premises, and conferencing in the cloud)
    ◾Attendee/user reporting
    ◾Reporting (using call recording and Quality of Experience)
    ◾Server side APIs to connect to other programs

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Live Webinar: Active Directory Security: What Needs Immediate Priority!Live on Tuesday, October 12th at 1 PM ET

Attacks on Active Directory are at an all-time high. Companies that are not taking heed are being punished, both monetarily and with loss of production.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to prioritize vulnerability management
  • What attackers are leveraging to breach organizations
  • Where Active Directory security needs immediate attention
  • Overall strategy to secure your environment and keep it secured

Sponsored by: