Pro Office Communications Server 2007 (Pro)
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:3/16/2009 - Apress
By: Brian Ricks
Communications and collaboration within teams and companies is ever more important, and Microsoft offers tools and technologies to enable people to work together efficiently and productively. The new Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 platform brings together Live Communications Server, Speech Server, and other communication server products under one umbrella. Pro Office Communications Server 2007 is the complete reference to its administration. Learn from author Brian Ricks, an acknowledged expert in the OCS space, and find out how to implement, configure, and deploy OCS in your enterprise. What you?ll learn Implement OCS for the first time. Migrate from the Live Communications Server platform. Configure OCS for daily use, including instant messaging, audio/video transmission, and conferencing. Offer remote access to OCS services for your telecommuting user population. Integrate OCS with Exchange 2007 and unified messaging, Office, SharePoint, and your custom business applications. Who is this book for? Individuals wanting to know how the next release of Microsoft?s real-time communication technology will provide simplified global communication, as well as those looking to migrate from Live Communication Server 2005 (LCS 2005) to OCS 2007 About the Apress Pro Series The Apress Pro series books are practical, professional tutorials to keep you on and moving up the professional ladder. You have gotten the job, now you need to hone your skills in these tough competitive times. The Apress Pro series expands your skills and expertise in exactly the areas you need. Master the content of a Pro book, and you will always be able to get the job done in a professional development project. Written by experts in their field, Pro series books from Apress give you the hard-won solutions to problems you will face in your professional programming career.