Time: February 22, 2012 from 11:30am to 1pm
Location: Microsoft
Organized By: Dennis Chepurnov
Event Description:
Valorem Consulting and WorkSpace Communications invite you to the next Lunch & Learn meeting of the Kansas City Cloud Computing User Group.

Presenter: Katrina Dawn, Workspace Communications

WorkSpace Communications is hosted, voice-enabled Microsoft® Lync™ offered in a per-user subscription model. Discover how combining your existing e-mail with a cloud-based Lync platform can allow you to deliver high-quality VoIP, instant messaging, audio and video conferencing, and deskshare services.

Software as a Service model with no up-front investment
Reduced infrastructure & Support costs
Increased operational efficiency
Improved workforce mobility
Reduced energy consumption

WorkSpace keeps mobile employees connected throughout the day. And because Lync 2010 is a Microsoft platform, most people are already familiar with it. A quick glance at the desktop tells employees where their colleagues are at the moment, and one touch connects them instantly via phone, IM or even a spontaneous conference call with desk sharing.
WorkSpace is a fully integrated Lync solution

Instant Messaging and Presence - Help users connect using the right tools at the right time.
Audio, Video and Web Conferencing - Get integrated audio, video, and web conferencing.
Mobility - Extend the power of Lync Server 2010 to workers on the go.
Enterprise Voice - By integrating VoIP, WorkSpace gives you a complete Unified Communications solution.

Seating is limited; register today at http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=159250
Lunch will be provided.

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