Consulting program on unified communication systems implementation is one of the main profiles of Clearway company. This service includes portfolio of works concerned with developing strategy and conceptions of applying UC technologies, designing, developing and deploying application systems of unified communications of any complexity based on using products Microsoft Exchange and Lync.
Services provided by Clearway company:
- Implementing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (2013). A range of works focused on analysis of existing systems of instant messaging, designing, training, deploying new architecture based on Exchange Server 2010 (2013) and developing efficient processes and tools of migration to Exchange system.
- Implementing Microsoft Lync Server 2010 (2013). A range of works focused on designing, testing and deploying all main Lync-based systems components providing instant messaging functionality, presence status indication, audio, video and web conferencing and integration with corporate telephony.
Implementing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (2013)
In present-day conditions organizations more than ever depend on digital communications and messaging systems become more and more popular. Complexity of such systems and customers’ reliability requirements are continuously growing. That’s why proper architecture planning and further implementation of new systems become critical. Many organizations having decided to implement or upgrade systems with a view to use Microsoft unified communications apprehend that their expertise could not be sufficient to design and implement the system based on Microsoft Exchange Server successfully. Clearway company specialists’ participation in such projects gives your organization a possibility to avoid a lot of problems especially in such fields as anti-spam and anti-virus protection, security, high availability and reliability.
Advantages of Exchange 2010 (2013) implementation gives
- Reduction of expenditures and complexity of messaging system. Extremely secure and reliable business-class e-mail and providing wide range of capabilities for users at the same time.
- Flexibility in deployment and availability of choice. Exchange Server offers new flexible features giving powerful tools to users for increasing their work efficiency in the way which meets demands of your business and technologies best of all.
- Control over business information exchange.
- Simplified providing high availability and disaster tolerance.
- Simplicity of management.
- More mobile and flexible access to data.
- Decreasing mailbox load and high efficiency.
- Features of voice mail.
- Achieving and maintaining conformance to normative requirements.
- Protection of sensitive information.
The results of implementing the system based on Microsoft Exchange are the following:
- Designed and deployed infrastructure based on Microsoft Exchange corresponding to customer’s requirements.
- Migrating pilot group of users to new infrastructure.
Implementing Microsoft Lync Server 2010 (2013)
In current context organizations more than ever depend on digital communications. And although many of them are ready to use new up-to-date tools for collaboration, changeover from customary e-mail to fully unified communications seems to be much complicated. Some organizations look for possibilities of stepped changeover and others do not know what to begin with. Clearway company specialists comprehend that expertise of the organizations, which are ready to implement Microsoft Lync and to begin using capabilities of Microsoft Unified communications, could not be sufficient to design and implement the system properly. Our specialists will help your organization to validate project solutions in test environment, will carry out pilot start or migration and train your specialists to finish the project successfully.
Advantages of implementing Microsoft Lync Server 2010 (2013)
- instant messaging among users and groups of users (IM);
- indicating current user presence status;
- real-time web conferencing;
- audio- and video-conferencing including multipoint access mode;
- Application Sharing – cooperative real-time work with applications (granting shared access to the desktop or specific application without remote management);
- Audio-calls and conferences with the participation of corporate phone network users.
The result of implementing the system based on Microsoft Lync is the following:
Designed and deployed system of Unified communications based on Microsoft Lync Server integrated with existing telephone network and messaging system (Unified Messaging) Exchange 2010 (2013) corresponding to the customer’s requirements.