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The RTC client for Skype for Business (Lync) blends the best of Microsoft Skype/Lync's IM, Presence and Directory Access with the reliability and scale of Kandy Business’ voice, video and collaboration solutions. Kandy Business delivers the UC services knowledge workers expect along with the traditional telephony features task workers require.
Better yet, the clients are built on innovative Omni client technology that uses an HTML5 client core with a platform specific WebRTC-based agent. Omni clients look like a rich application to the user but deploy like a web client for the IT professional. And there’s no need to retrain your existing Skype/Lync users as the clients look familiar.
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Finally, a cost effective way to integrate Skype/Lync’s powerful directory and presence services with cloud-based voice, video and collaboration. Employees retain a familiar user experience and gain the real-time productivity services they expect. There’s no need to spend thousands on systems integrators and consume months of precious IT staff time. Kandy Business’ Real-Time Client (RTC) uses an advanced, HTML5-based interface that is less expensive to deploy than traditional Windows clients and delivers the same experience for Mac users or virtual desktops (VDI).
Kandy Business’ RTC for Skype looks and feels like a traditional Lync application even though it uses an innovative HMTL5-basedweb architecture (Omni Technology). Use one of our rich clients or any WebRTC compliant browser, on virtually any device – including virtual desktops. Existing Skype/Lync users will hardly know the difference so there is no need to spend weeks retraining them. The WebRTC architecture makes it more cost effective to deliver unified communications services to more users, across more locations. The lightweight design is perfect for bandwidth constrained sites such as retail stores, remote territories, off-shore platforms, etc. IT organizations are no longer required to install and maintain different applications for different operating systems and devices.