Category: Microsoft

Jan 28

Microsoft Teams and the protocols it uses, OPUS and MNP24

great blog post about the architecture and protocols around Microsoft Teams. Please find some excerpts around the detail, while referring to the original writer.

Jan 25

Microsoft Teams – the Basics

Gartner recommendations

Microsoft Teams a basic interoduction on what it is and some nice resources to start with.

Jan 24

Microsoft Teams Voice dialing – a closer look

This blogs takes a closer look at Microsoft Teams voice dialing and functionalities in Microsoft Office 365. This blog is a snapshot what it can to do today. A lot more is promised in a one year roadmap by Microsoft.

Dec 13

Microsoft Teams, first view on voice dialing

a view on configuring Skype Online Enterprise Voice and dialing out from the Microsoft Teams clients

Feb 05

Skype4Business, upcoming voice (OPUS) codec. Will it be in there? No, not in initial release

All Unified Communications vendors talk SIP nowadays, but the SIP standards leaves so much room for vendor additions that different SIP implementations do not automatically talk to each other. That’s why often a Session Border Controller is need for voice or video to make sure things are made compatible. Let’s talk a about codecs currently used …

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Feb 05

Lync 2013 and Skype4Business End-user Devices Selection for Enterprise Voice

Choosing the right end-user devices (EUD) for your Lync solution is crucial for the adoption of your unified communications solution and thus for realizing your business case of lowering telecom cost and greater agility in doing business internally and with your partners and customers. When you have setup your on premise or partner hosted Lync 2013 …

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Apr 14

Lync 2013 and the Lync Room System (LRS), the new collaboration experience

Microsoft Lync Room System. The LRS is concept adopted by SMART, Crestron and Polycom to have a room based collaboration experience.

Jan 23

Lync 2013 and Skype Connectivity – Business and Consumer UC combined

Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype connectivity brings business and consumer closer to together via chat, audio and soon via video