Microsoft yesterday announced its next generation communication platform formerly known as Office Communication Server now called Lync. It has integration of unified communications across e-mail, voice, instant messaging, audio, videoconference tasks and even desktop sharing. Lync also allows you to use start a high-definition voice and video conversation with any Windows Live Messenger user around the world and It even has integration with Microsoft Kinect.
Gurdeep Singh Pall, corporate vice president of the Microsoft Lync and Speech Group at Microsoft announced yesterday during Lync launch event that Lync client for Windows Phone 7 will be available next year. So that’s a good news for corporate WP7 customers looking for enterprise apps. Microsoft Dynamics CRM online is also coming to WP7 next year which we reported last month.