Authored on: Jan 13, 2012
Download Does Microsoft Office Communications Server Release 2 represent a major step forward for Microsoft in terms of supporting voice functionality that approaches the level we expect from legacy PBXes? Does OCS R2 perform up to enterprise levels of expectations? And how do other vendors� UC capabilities stack up to OCSes? Rob Smithers, from Miercom, a leading test lab, will let you in on their latest findings, including: Does OCS Release 2 support a critical mass of traditional telephony features, and does it do so as well as legacy platforms? Can OCS support mission-critical telephony needs at scale? How do competing vendors� UC interfaces and applications compare with those of desktop vendors like Microsoft? What areas of performance and feature/functionality should buyers pay the most attention to when evaluating whether vendor UC products work as advertised?