BPOS Office Communicator



 

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NEW capabilities include:

  • With one click share your desktop with colleagues, and share and edit documents in real time
  • Invite customer and partners via the web to a sharing session hosted by you
  • Forward calls to your team or have a delegate answer calls on your behalf
  • Schedule an audio call through Outlook and manage the call through the Communicator conversation window
  • Have a video conversation with colleagues in high resolution


For those of you looking at buying VoIP, or want VoIP like features look no more with MS Hosted Services. With BPOS (Business Productivity Online Services) you get interoffice  (where ever you have a connection) communication ability with other staff members. Today I was carrying on a conversation with two folks, one in Southern CA and the other in Vancouver WA.  This feature comes as standard with MS Hosted Services BPOS



 


 

Office Communicator Client Download

Get Office Communicator for use with Office Communications Online

Office Communications Online is only accessible through Office Communicator 2007 R2 version, a client application which is included with Office Pro Plus or available as a standalone client application. Office Communicator provides an intuitive and easy to use interface for instant messaging and 1:1 audio and video. It’s easily accessed both from the Microsoft Online Services Sign In application as well as through Presence indicators within Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and several Microsoft Office applications. For more information on Office Communicator, please click here.

As a Limited Time Offer, Office Communications Online customers receive one licensed copy of Office Communicator 2007 R2 at no cost with each trial or paid subscription license to Office Communications Online. The software may only be used with Office Communications Online, and all rights to use the software will terminate upon expiration of the underlying subscription license or release of the next major new version of Office Communications Online, whichever comes first. Please click to accept the terms below to proceed to download your licensed copy.



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Scott Salisbury,
Dec 31, 2009, 5:34 AM
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