Aruba Cuts the Core with Microsoft Lync
- Networks & Connectivity - WiFi
- Remote Collaboration
Aruba's IT team purchased a telephony system which is going end-of-life and this would become a bottleneck to growth. While they began investigating modern PBX systems, they were also considering put their own Wi-Fi infrastructure to work by adopting a Unified Communications and Collaboration solution.
About The Customer
IT department of Aruba
Aruba is partnering with Microsoft for enterprise solutions such as Lync for instant messaging as well as Exchange, Office and SharePoint. This partnership includes extensive testing of Microsoft solutions on Aruba infrastructure, resulting in tight, and reliable integrations.
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