been a Microsoft Partner since 2005, when ComputerTalk added support for
Microsoft Live Communication Server (LCS), predecessor to Lync and Skype for
Business, to our offering to deliver instant messaging for internal help desks.
In 2007, ComputerTalk incorporated the next version, Office Communication
Server, into the core platform and began working with Microsoft UCMA (Unified
Communication Managed API) version 1.0. With early access to Lync 2010 and UCMA
3.0, ComputerTalk committed to Lync as the enabling platform.
This commitment has
cemented the strong relationship between ComputerTalk and Microsoft,
illustrated by being named Communication Partner of the Year in 2012 and our
ongoing participation in TAP, the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance and
direct connections with the MSFT UC development teams.