Amillan launches Cloud service

Communications integrator Amillan has today launched a Cloud service to complement the range of communications solutions that the company brings to the enterprise, education and public-sector markets.

AmillanCloud delivers the full Microsoft Lync Unified Communications experience as a cloud-based service, with presence, instant messaging, conferencing and enterprise voice capabilities through a single, easy-to-use interface that is consistent across PC, browser, and mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. AmillanCloud allows organisations to reduce their capital expenditure on IT, and run it as an operational cost with monthly subscriptions per user.

A Microsoft Gold Communications partner with a specialisation in Lync voice solutions. The new Amillan Cloud service now allows the company to deliver Lync as a cloud-based application as well as on-premise or a hybrid of both.

“As well as providing Lync unified communications, AmillanCloud can cover everything from moving your on-premise servers into the cloud to a complete disaster recovery solution, email migration or moving ‘line-of-business’ applications such as CRM and SharePoint into the cloud,” says Richard Reid, director at Amillan. “You simply subscribe to as many, or as few, of these elements as your organisation (or certain individuals in your organisation) require at that time.”

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