MindLink, a highly secure messaging and enterprise collaboration platform, has today announced its integration with Microsoft's Skype for Business platform. This will enable users of Skype for Business, to access Messaging & Chat channels (also called Persistent Chat) across their Mobile devices (including MDM support) as well as Mac & Linux. The newest announcement complements MindLink's already existing integration with the Microsoft Lync UC platform.
MindLink, provider of a highly secure, rich messaging and collaboration platform for enterprises, today announced the availability of MindLink for Good, combining the MindLink enterprise chat app with secure container technology by Good Technology™, a leader in secure mobility. The Good-secured app enables MindLink to offer highly secure mobile collaboration communications to Good Technology customers using Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business.
Were you at the Ignite conference this year? If not, you missed one of the biggest technology events combining Lync (now Skype for Business), SharePoint, Exchange and more, to build the 21st century collaboration experience- with the central focus being around Innovation & Productivity. Here are a few event highlights, some key learnings and news about the latest collaborative technologies concluding with what to look out for in the enterprise collaboration space.
MindLink Enterprise Chat for Lync & Skype for Business is Verified as Citrix Ready - adding security to your collaboration strategy
“We use email to collaborate.” We’ve heard this a million times already. Enterprises are still baffled on the difference between collaboration and communication. “But how do we collaborate?” Or should they ask “What do we collaborate with?” Is it the tools or the culture that enables employees to collaborate well? Why are enterprises still disinclined towards the idea of collaboration with dedicated tools instead of emails?
Earlier this month, Facebook revealed that it is working on a spin-off product focused on workplace communications, which will enable users to keep professional contacts separate from the personal details they share with friends.
Unleashing the developer in everyone
Lync 2013 ships with a Web API called UCWA, the problem is it’s almost as complex to use as the more advanced .Net SDK, and is a significant barrier to developers unfamiliar with Lync. Furthermore it isn’t designed with control in mind, so once you connect you’re free to do whatever you like with no restriction on message rates or monitoring.
Getting Everything You Need To Make Better Decisions
Making decisions is hard. Making the right decisions without all the right information is harder. To make effective choices you need everything that matters in front of you, or at the very least you have to remember everything in context.
Las Vegas! The place where dreams come true – well, admittedly when it comes to the biggest gathering of Lync users, experts & partners worldwide, this certainly isn’t far from the truth.
Here we were again this year, with a bigger presence and our own booth, making contacts and showcasing our newest mobile & collaborations apps.
There is an awful lot of confusion in the market when it comes to collaboration tools – Which tool is used for what? How do they integrate? What’s the best tool for me? If SharePoint is already in use, what does Persistent Chat bring to the equation?