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New IM and presence features in Lync Server 2013

can someone please explain New IM and presence features in Lync Server 2013
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https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj205322%28v=ocs.15%29.aspx

do you think so any thing written in this one?
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The most significant feature added to  Lync Server 2013 is XMPP integration.
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IM and Presence Enhancements

Lync Server 2013 has new IM and presence features. If your organization runs Exchange 2013, users can take advantage of a unified contact store. Users can manage their contacts in Outlook 2013, Outlook Web App (OWA), and the Lync client. In addition, the new XMPP integration feature lets Lync users exchange IM messages and presence information with Google Talk users and users of other public IM providers that utilize XMPP.
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Lync Server 2013 has new IM and presence features. If your organization runs Exchange 2013, users can take advantage of a unified contact store. Users can manage their contacts in Outlook 2013, Outlook Web App (OWA), and the Lync client. In addition, the new XMPP integration feature lets Lync users exchange IM messages and presence information with Google Talk users and users of other public IM providers that utilize XMPP.