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Today, we’re excited to announce Skype and Lync customers around the world are now able to connect with each other from across these platforms. With Lync-Skype connectivity, Skype users will now be able to reach a broader network of colleagues, partners and customers who are using Lync, Microsoft’s unified communications platform, connecting them into organizations of all sizes. Lync provides a consistent, single client experience for presence, instant messaging, voice, video and meetings for business productivity and is owned by over 90 of the Fortune Global 100 companies.
As Tony Bates, President of the Skype division at Microsoft, explained in his keynote at the Lync Conference in February, people are at the center of our vision for the future of communications. To turn our vision into reality, we think it’s important to re-humanize technology so that consumers, professionals and decision-makers can interact with technology how and when they want…
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As the BlackBerry Live keynote news keeps flowing in I’m happy to introduce you to the youthful and fun BlackBerry Q5 smartphone, running BlackBerry 10. With a QWERTY keyboard and a confident design, this new BlackBerry smartphone has been built to provide a fast, effortless experience that helps you explore, create and share while on the go. Thorsten Heins just revealed the device onstage at BlackBerry Live, but we’ve got all the details ready to share with you below.
I’ve been using this device for a few days now and I’m already in love. It fits into my lifestyle perfectly offering the powerful experience I need and allowing me to flow seamlessly from task to task throughout my day.
Highlights and features of the BlackBerry Q5
The evolution of the classic BlackBerry Keyboard:
The BlackBerry Q5 features a classic BlackBerry Keyboard with discrete keys that has been re-engineered and…
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What is Live@edu?
Microsoft Live@edu is a free cloud service hosted by Microsoft for education needs. Live@edu provides the educational institutes a set of cloud collaboration services, communication tools, and mobile, desktop and web-based applications, as well cloud storage service.
Live@edu suit include the following services,
· Office Live Workspace
· Windows Live SkyDrive
· Windows Live Spaces
· Microsoft SharedView
· Microsoft Outlook Live,
· Windows Live messenger
· Windows Live Alerts
- Step 1: Download & Install the ‘Microsoft Expression Encoder’
Click here to download Microsoft Expression Encoder..
Once you have installed Microsoft Expression Encoder, connect your video source (e.g. webcam) to the computer and launch Microsoft Expression Encoder.
- Step 2: Setup your stream settings
To start streaming your video and/or audio source, please follow these steps. When you first start Microsoft Expression Encoder you may be asked to choose a project type. Choose the Live Broadcasting Project option.
- Select the ‘Add a Live Source’ link.
- Choose your ‘Video Device’.
- Choose your ‘Audio Device’.
- Select the ‘Output’ menu tab.
- Check the ‘Broadcast’ checkbox.
- Max Connection up to 50.
- Press the ‘Start’ button to begin broadcasting.
width:800px; height:600px; z-index:1">
<OBJECT ID="player" WIDTH="800 " HEIGHT="600" CLASSID="CLSID:22D6f312-B0F6-11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95">
<param name="filename" value=http://your pc name:port>
<param name="uimode" value="mini">
<param name="autoStart" value="1">
<PARAM NAME="showstatusbar" value="true">
<embed name="Player2" type="application/x-mplayer2" pluginspage="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/MediaPlayer/" src="http://your pc name:port" WIDTH="800" HEIGHT="600" autostart="1" showcontrols="1" showstatusbar="1"></embed>
Step 4: Editing the Codes
In Microsoft Expression Encoder go to connection tab front of the internet press COPY button and paste it in the code which is http://your pc name:port.
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