Room 4 is designed to capitalize on your existing IT infrastructure by supporting all Lync or Skype for Business deployments. With full support for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid deployments and configurations of Lync or Skype for Business, you can rest assured that you will not need to change or reconfigure anything in your enterprise unified communications server deployment.
Full support for all Lync or Skype for Business deployments means that your IT infrastructure investment is put to good use. It also means that with Room 4, you are able to use all the video conferencing and content collaboration features that your Lync or Skype for Business supports like group video calling, whiteboard, and file sharing.
Room 4 extends the video conferencing and content collaboration powers of Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business to your conference room in minutes, simply give your meeting room a unique Microsoft Exchange and Lync or Skype for Business account, supply your Exchange EWS information, allow Room 4 to autodiscover your servers, and start scheduling meetings in minutes.
The native integration with Microsoft Exchange allows Room 4 to display room presence and availability, scheduled meeting information including start and end times, meeting subject, and meeting organizer – this information can also be disabled for privacy.
We realize that every network topology and configuration settings are unique, and accordingly we continuously put Room 4 in severe testing under a variety of network arrangements, for example behind firewalls and load balancers, to ensure that your configuration has been tested and is readily supported. Our Support team also works directly with customers with specific network configurations to troubleshoot Lync/Skype for Business server connectivity issues.
Supported Lync/Skype for Business versions: