Microsoft today released a major update for Microsoft Teams to bring more calling capabilities that will allow organizations to switch from Skype for Business completely. Microsoft is adding full featured dialing capabilities, complete...Show More Summary
Microsoft has announced a major update to Microsoft Teams, heralding the arrival of new calling features meant to accommodate previous Skype for Business users. During its Ignite 2017 conference in September, Microsoft announced plans to have Microsoft Teams replace Skype for Business as a singular communications client for Office 365 users....
Microsoft today released an update for Skype for Business on Mac to Insiders in both Fast and Slow rings. This v16.13.168 update comes with several new features like the ability to have status updates from your Outlook calendar, theShow More Summary
Find out more about how the Skype platform is being reinvented -- with big implications for small business. Don't miss this!
Microsoft is creating a Skype version specifically for freelancers and small businesses. Here's what you need to know about Skype Professional Account.
Microsoft's Skype Professional service will bring Skype together with a number of small-business-focused tools.
Surface Hub is Microsoft’s meeting room collaboration solution. It enables improved group productivity with built in custom Office, Skype for Business and Power BI apps. Microsoft recently posted a video to highlight how Surface Hub as a Microsoft 365 connected device enables new ways for teamwork. Show More Summary
Two years back, Salesforce and Microsoft announced a major partnership. Salesforce said that it will integrate its services with several Microsoft services focused towards businesses, such as Skype for Business, OneNote, Office Delve and others. Show More Summary
Last month, Microsoft announced that they are going to replace Skype for Business with Microsoft Teams as their default communication solution for the enterprise. At that time they just announced that several Skype for Business features...Show More Summary
As Microsoft looks to transition Skype for Business users to Microsoft Teams, it's working to carry some features over as well. Here's a look at the current roadmap. At its Ignite 2017 conference in September, Microsoft initially confirmed plans to have Microsoft Teams replace Skype for Business in as a singular communications client in Office 365....
Last month, Microsoft announced Microsoft Teams will replace Skype for Business and become the core communications client in Office 365, but didn’t provide a timeframe. Today the company released its roadmap for this change, and the first timeframe to look forward to is Q2 2018. Microsoft Teams launched worldwide in March as part of Office […]
Microsoft is preparing to add more messaging, meetings and calling features to Skype for Business by the end of Q2 2018 to ease migration to Teams from Skype for Business. Here's the roadmap.
The reason may not apparent to many but it has to do with Microsoft and Skype for Business having the attention of MSP’s, carriers, mobile operators, as they are the channel partners for Microsoft and Cisco had nothing really in the cloud to attach Spark to in telecom. Show More Summary
The ModMic is one of the most cost effective ways to add a high-quality audio recording solution to your gaming setup, and now the ModMic Business could do the same for professionals who regularly “Skype into” meetings from home or their office. The ModMic from Portland-based manufacturer Antlion is a boom microphone that you can […]
You can now use the virtual; assistant Cortana in Skype. How will this affect the way your small business communicates and your experience within Skype?
Microsoft is ending Skype's foray into business communications, packaging its communications tools into Microsoft Teams, the company's challenge to workplace collaboration startup Slack.
Microsoft continues its big push in cloud computing and machine learning.
Microsoft Teams, the company’s Slack competitor with deep integrations into the Office 365 apps, has seen a lot of pickup over the last few months, with over 125,000 organizations now using it in one form or another. Maybe it’s no surprise, then, that the company today announced it is going all in on Teams as its core communications platform for the enterprise. Read More
Yes, Virginia, there will be another version of the Microsoft Office perpetual client, as well as SharePoint, Exchange, and Skype for Business Servers, all coming in the latter half of 2018.
Microsoft is planning to migrate its Skype for Business Online users to Microsoft Teams, but maybe not in the way and timeframe some were thinking.