Entry #6 into the “How it Fits” series is…the Video Interop Server, or VIS! Of all the Server Roles, I have the least experience with this one. We’ve only done one install of it, for a customer with an older
3 Ways to Keep Voicemail & Auto Attendant when Upgrading to Skype for Business 2019 Those of us who use voicemail in Skype for Business face a quandary. We did get a new Skype for Business Server, as well as
Just like that, we’ve reached the last post of 2018! I do have a post on the Mediation Server for our “How It Fits into Skype for Business” in the works. But since it’s already mid-December, I thought a ‘year
Today I’m reviewing the Yealink SIP-T58A desk phone. Like its little brother (which we reviewed last time), this is a softphone designed for Skype for Business users. I put it through the same paces as the T56, within the same
Did you know you can add third-party add-ons to a Teams channel? Let’s see what happens when you do! Microsoft calls these add-ons “Teams Apps.” They work like Chrome browser add-ons…a way to integrate third-party software into the Teams experience.
Skype for Business Server has one new version coming. After that, enterprises could get stuck between an economic rock & a financial hard place. Skype for Business Server 2019 is coming. However, given all the pushes toward O365/Teams, it’s not
Group Messaging/Chat continues to expand, as each challenger battles its competitors. Here’s where we stand. Slack and Teams Stay Neck-and-Neck These two are ‘the’ names when it comes to ChatOps (business-grade chat/messaging platforms). Teams continues to expand its user base.
After reviewing the new calling capabilities added to Teams last month, I have to say…moving to Teams in the next few months is a bad idea. Now, don’t get me wrong. Introduction of new calling features is great! However, we