Deploy with confidence For maximum productivity, information workers need to be able to switch instantly among e-mail, instant messaging, voice telephony, and other communication modes based on rich presence information. Exchange Server and Lync Server 2010 work together by providing a unified contact list, integrated capabilities, and shared presence data to provide a seamless communication experience.
Manage efficiently with powerful tools A new, easy-to-use, Web-based management console streamlines management tasks while the new PowerShell management foundation enables rich automation across Lync Server 2010 and related Microsoft server products.
Give the right person the right tasks Role-based access control (RBAC) provides fine-grained delegation of tasks to specific administration roles and enables IT leaders to design an effective, responsive organization.
Help automate policies for regulatory compliance Features such as call authorization, archiving, intelligent IM filtering, and platform extensibility for compliance make compliance easier.
Migrate to software-powered communications at your pace Lync Server 2010 interoperates with your existing telephony infrastructure. For example, companies can provide advanced voice capabilities in Lync Server 2010 for mobile workers, while maintaining existing communications infrastructure and utilizing Lync Server 2010 conferencing capabilities.