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From Curiosity to Reality – “Prototype” Your Unified Communications Strategy with ProtoSkype

March 14, 2017

With nearly every modern business doing away with those archaic relics formerly known as “desk phones”, many organizations nevertheless neglect the complexity of evaluating a proper Skype for Business deployment for their Unified Communications (UC) strategy. But in order to avoid the dreadful delay in their cross-country or global calls, IT should first run a test environment to ensure their go-live UC set-up is a seamless experience for end users.

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Skype Meeting Broadcasts – Skype for Business’s Best Kept Secret

August 25, 2016

Did you know that with your Office 365 subscription, you get the Skype Meeting Broadcast feature for Skype for Business? Skype Meeting Broadcast is a large scale meeting service that can host up to 10,000 attendees on any device, Mac, PC, Windows, Mobile, and even Linux devices through a web browser broadcast.

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Skype for Business on the Mac Client – Everything You Need to Know

July 21, 2016

For the first time in a long time, the Skype for Business Product Group has written a new product from the ground up. The people developing this product are the same group that developed the iOS software, so you know the product will be stable and tailored to the Mac user experience, unlike the current Mac 2011 client which was basically written by a Windows developer and told “good luck”.

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Oracle Application User Metric – Best Practices for Remaining Compliant

July 12, 2016

One of the most common, yet easily avoidable compliance issues stems from a customer’s misunderstanding of how license requirements are assessed for the Application User metric by Oracle.

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5 Common Office 365 Myths

May 6, 2016

One of the most common misunderstandings about Office 365 is the belief that it provides the traditional Microsoft Office suite via a web browser as a “lite” version, but with some added functionality like Skype and OneDrive. Most who think this also believe that Office 365 tools can only be used online.

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