Microsoft Lync Server

​Microsoft ya ha hecho pública la web de recursos y conocimiento para Skype for Business Server 2015, aquí tenéis el enlace:


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Getting Started
To get started learning about Skype for Business, you'll want to read the following articles about new features and functionality:
Before beginning your deployment, be sure to read the planning content: Plan for your Skype for Business Server 2015 deployment.
If you are upgrading from a previous release of Lync Server, be sure to read Plan to upgrade to Skype for Business Server 2015.
If you want to compare the features and capabilities of Skype for Business clients, and then learn more about the dual client experience, be sure to read the following:
If you want to point users in your organization to introductory material about Skype for Business and the new client experience, start here:
If you want to know more about the Office 365 service and whether a hybrid solution is right for your organization, read the following:

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The TechNet library contains articles that describe how to plan for, deploy, and use all the features of Skype for Business Server.

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Visit the following site to access videos, community sites, documentation, downloads, and more:

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Watch subject matter experts walk through tasks and dynamically explain Skype for Business-related concepts:

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Search Office blogs and Skype team blog for the latest news about Skype for Business.

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Ahora toca ponerse  a ver las novedades y aprender mucho!!!

Desde el blog de Office (​ han publicado un vídeo en donde nos muestran las fechas de salida de Skype For Business Server!! (imagen capturada del vídeo)

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Aquí tenéis el enlace del vídeo: miralo con mucha atención, pero ahora nos toca ir esperando a que se vaya acercando la fecha de salida de Skype For Business Server (Mayo). Pero antes el 14 de Abril llegará la actualización del cliente a Skype for Business para los usuarios de Lync Online:
Skype for Business will roll out as an update to Lync on April 14th as part of Office monthly updates. If you are using Lync Online today with Office 365 ProPlus, Office 365 Business Premium or Office 2013, the updated Skype for Business client—inspired by the look and feel of Skype—will be the default user experience and replace the Lync user experience.  If you are using Lync Server today, the Lync UI will be the default experience.

The good news is that regardless of whether you are using Lync Online or Lync Server, you have the ability to control when the updated experience is rolled out to your users. There are two ways to do this. First, Office 365 ProPlus and Office 2013 allow you to control when monthly updates are delivered to your users. Second, both the online service and the server now have policy settings to control the user experience using PowerShell. While the settings are slightly different for online and server customers, both are straightforward, and allow you to manage the UI centrally.

Ahora toca esperar un poco más, ya no falta nada!!!