Key business drivers for enhancing or migrating your messaging systems usually come down to two areas, cost reduction and increased productivity.
Fewer servers located in a central site can translate into lower capital expenses and lower administration and management costs, while increasing system reliability and service levels with business continuity. Lowering the cost of acquisition, implementation, and ownership of your messaging systems through standards-based interfaces that allow easy integration with your networks, administrative systems, and security processes.
AVAYA AND MICROSOFT LYNC INTEGRATIONS
The Avaya Aura ® Application Enablement Services Integration for Microsoft® Lync® 2010 Server is an application that provides click-to-call, and telephony presence. It enables users to operate more efficiently by launching phone calls from the Microsoft Lync client. As a result, people, teams, and organizations are able to communicate simply and effectively while working with Avaya and Microsoft applications. The AE Services Integration for Microsoft Lync is for customers who want a click-to-call solution that takes advantage of their existing Avaya Aura® Communication Manager.
Avaya Aura™ Messaging is part of Avaya’s unified messaging strategy to continue to drive end-user productivity, simplicity and integrated experiences while providing IT with cost savings and significantly greater deployment flexibility with consolidation, resiliency, and scale.
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The Modular Messaging for Microsoft Exchange®, application extends the functionality of your existing e-mail messaging system by providing one mailbox for your voice mail, e-mail, and fax messages.
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Modular Messaging is a powerful IP- and standards-based voice and fax messaging platform designed for single- or multi-site global enterprises. It offers exceptional scalability and a superior feature package of call answering and messaging capabilities. Messages are accessible any time, anywhere from a wide array of access devices including telephones, fax machines, or PC graphical user interfaces. Capacities range from four to 144 ports and up to 50,000 mailboxes and 15,000 hours of storage.