AT&T expanded its global strategic relationship with Microsoft, adding Microsoft Lync to its Unified Communications collaboration portfolio. The addition will allow for collaboration in real time on documents and apps; telepresence, high-def video conferencing and virtual meetings; instant messaging; and a range of enterprise voice capabilities. AT&T also plans to open its Application Programming Interface (API) to Microsoft Lync platform users, allowing developers to build custom mobile and Web-based business apps. AT&T enterprise customers can run Lync in their own on-premise datacenter, have it hosted by AT&T or have it be part of the Microsoft Office 365 service from AT&T.

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AMCN Talks Streaming

AMC Networks is on track to have its streaming services serve as the company’s top source of revenues by 2025, management said on Friday’s earnings call. It is on track to end 2021 with more than 9 million

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