Colima cerebro universal call pickup is a complement to the Microsoft Base function CU1 group call pickup cerebro universal call pickup complements 2013 integrated in Lync CU1 group call pickup feature of Microsoft. Two publications in which the two Lync functions compared to each other come to this conclusion. Colima CEO Matthias Friedrichs sees in his blog article on UC & beyond colima cerebro as a perfect complement for the Microsoft Group call pickup basic function. IT expert Greig Sheridan from Sydney, Australia goes a step further in its judgment. For him, colima cerebro is the best solution in the market of the call pickup features for Microsoft Lync. Compulsories and freestyle call pickup is a classic private branch exchange (PBX)-feature that many users over the years as essential phone function on BBs heart has grown.
Therefore, the enthusiasm was great, as Microsoft Lync Conference in San Diego has unveiled the long-awaited function “Group Call Pickup” this year in February. This will immediately with CU1 (cumulative update 1) 2013 free delivered to Lync. A direct comparison of the two functions of cerebro and CU1 group call pickup, it becomes clear that the Microsoft function is a base function with a standard range of services. Colima cerebro comes into its own when it comes to any further claims, especially in regard to additional configuration options or hedging through permissions. So the possibility of extended configuration or permissions options is a “killer criterion” per or contra Lync decision as a replacement for the classic telephone system experience has shown that for many larger companies. Perfect supplement that cerebro usefully complements the Microsoft function CU1, the direct feature comparison makes it clear: 15 19 criteria colima cerebro offers more than the base product by Microsoft call pickup universal. Turns out a rather unusual for the American market approach, with universal call pickup on closer inspection as an advantage for the user: the call is already “picked”, you see the number or the name in the display who is on the other end and has then the possibility to take the call or not.