Once again, we find ourselves at the end of a busy, change-packed year. The whole Unified Communications market reshaped itself in 2017…and we’ve got much more coming. Let’s take a look over all of it. The Tide of 2017 UC
Short post this week. I’m preparing a year-end poll for next week, so make sure to stop by before you head out for the holidays! The Blog Title Will Not Change as Teams Grows (But We’ll Have More Teams Content)
The more Teams grows, the more we need to keep its users safe. Fortunately, we keep gaining ways to do that. Office 365 continues to gain security enhancements. We’ve just had one such enhancement released for MS Teams users. In
Today I’m going to meander through Teams. Let’s see how many useful tips I can dredge up! These are several questions which arose in my mind while playing in Teams. Both in the client, and in its Office 365 backend.
I look away for one minute and Microsoft changes out the entire Skype Operations Framework. Now the SkypeOperationsFramework.com URL forwards to: https://fasttrack.microsoft.com/microsoft365/capabilities?view=voice Go ahead, click it. See for yourself. (But do come back—we have more to discuss!) In light of
Microsoft Ignite has come and gone. It has left us with many new announcements, products to anticipate, and changes to prepare for. Particularly when it comes to Skype for Business. In today’s post, I’ve collected some impressions from Ignite’s announcements.
In 2015 we did a pricing post for Skype for Business topologies. It’s time to revisit and update those numbers. (The previous pricing post, if you’re curious: Pricing for Skype for Business 2015: 3 Scenarios) A reader pointed out that
If Microsoft wanted to stir up controversy before the Ignite 2017 conference…they sure succeeded! Last week the Skype for Business community got two major announcements. One appears accidental. The other was not. But both have certainly drummed up a lot
Ladies and gentlemen, tech pros and end users, we have a new service from Microsoft. A big one…one that’s going to shake a lot of things up. Including Skype for Business. It’s called Microsoft 365. Microsoft announced the new service
While researching a full Skype for Business pricing update, I spoke with a co-worker. He told me something I didn’t know about Office 365’s PSTN Calling. Specifically, a surprise hidden in how Microsoft handles international call rates. It is possible