Uniscope - Lync Management Tool
Keep your business communication up and running. Uniscope empowers your organization by delivering the critical information you need to manage Lync proactively and avoid costly downtime. Uniscope is a unique Lync management tools that combines Lync monitoring and reporting in a single dashboard. The platform was developed by Lync Architects with real world experience of managing and troubleshooting numerous enterprise messaging environments.
Uniscope’s web-based One Look Dashboard makes it easy for you to monitor all of your environment's vital components with a quick glance at a single screen, even from your phone or tablet. Uniscope automatically tests critical Lync services before they become wide spread outages. Reduce the time it takes to troubleshoot issues with the One Look dashboard’s ability to quickly point out what servers and services are affected.
Uniscope’s advance reporting provides both the real-time data and historical trending you need to optimize system performance, improve service levels, plan for the future and get clear visibility into your company’s Lync infrastructure. Uniscope provides over 60 built-in reports, plus the ability to customize an existing report or create a new one with minimal effort.
- Avoid Costly Downtime
Uniscope empowers you to gather the metrics you need to understand Lync performance and usage so you can proactively manage your Lync deployment and prevent costly outages.
- Stay up & Running
Lync is being widely adopted and the need to proactively monitor this technology is critical as outages can cost a company thousands of dollars.
- Real-Time Reports
Demonstrate to senior management, with real-time reports, that additional resource are needed to meet growing demand.
- Single Concise Tool
Uniscope will make your job easier by providing Lync Monitoring and Reporting in a concise, easy-to-use solution. And that is truly our goal- making your job as a Lync administrator easier.
- Proactive Monitoring
Uniscope proactively tests the core components of a Lync deployment including Front End, Web Conferencing, Mediation servers, end user connectivity, PSTN access and address book downloads
- Expert Approved
We have gathered feedback from Lync MVPs and technology leaders from around the world to create an innovative solution.
System RequirementsShow more
|Microsoft Exchange Server||Exchange 2007 SP1|
Exchange 2010 SP1
|Windows Server||Windows Server 2008|
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2
|Memory||Memory 512 MB, |
Memory 2 GB,
|Microsoft .NET Framework||Min 3.5|
Uniscope quickly identifies issues in your Lync environment by pointing the source of the problem using its easy-to-read one-look dashboard featuring green, yellow and red indicator lights. The following video demonstrates how Uniscope quickly identifies Lync is not able to connect with the back-end SQL server. Even though the back-end servers are a critical component of Lync, they can be managed and serviced by the SQL team. Uniscope helps track down those issues quickly and efficiently.
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