Another feature introduced at Ignite 2016 has now been released to the public, including the ability to create and modify Skype for Business Online Policies. Before diving into the details, here’s a short introduction of SfB policies and what they are used for.
Topics: Skype for business
With the recent release of the Cloud PBX features, I’ve been spending a lot more time thinking about Skype for Business Online, so I figured I would start writing about it, too. In this post, I’m going to look at some of the upcoming Cloud PBX features.
One of my favorite parts of being ENow’s CTO is bragging on the work our technical team does. I’m delighted to announce the latest GA release of the ENow Management System, 220.127.116.119. (Yes, that’s an odd version number—we purposely chose it in honor of Prince’s passing. Now we can, with a straight face, tell our customers to party like it’s 1999, as long as “party” means “upgrade” and “like it’s 1999” means “with our awesome new installer.”)
Microsoft has been making changes in the Office suite of products to secure access with multi-factor authentication (MFA). Watch Bhargav Shukla go over how to best use multi-factor authentication solutions to secure Microsoft Exchange and Skype for Business Server products in your company.
This blogpost talks about the upcoming, soon to be released (maybe if you read this blog it may already have been released) features for Skype for Business, specifically about Skype for Business Online and Hybrid deployments with users hosted in online. I will give my perspective to all the great work that Microsoft is doing.
This blog post highlights the changes that Skype for Business have brought to Lync/Skype for Business to Skype (Consumer) Connectivity. It’s intended to correct and update the following articles to the current functionality:
In this article, we will discuss the following items:
- Federation with Skype IDs
- Skype Directory Search
- Skype Consumer and Skype for Business compatibility matrix