Tag: communications

Jan 25

Microsoft Teams – the Basics

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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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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

Dec 20

Global Microsoft Lync 2013 roll-out and conferencing

Global Microsoft Lync 2013 roll-out and conferencing. Explanation on what is needed and a stepped approach on what to do. Benefits are explained and cost savings can be achieved

Dec 14

Lync 2013 – compelling reasons to upgrade

This blog contains description of new Microsoft Lync 2013 feature and resources. It will go into the new video capabilities like h.264.svc, Gallery View and the Lync Room System, Skype interoperability and Lync 2013 mobile clients.

Dec 09

Martini Video: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Place and Any Device

Using video conferencing on the mobile devices is creating a wide adoption and is already seeing a big market growth. How do you navigate yourself between the proper technologies and build yourself a roadmap for the coming next years.