Microsoft has completely reinvented its annual event for partners and transformed it to an online event for everyone to follow. Keep an eye on our social media for the summary blogs after the event. We’ll let you know what you can expect the coming year and how you can use the upcoming innovations to your advantage.
Discover the three types of teleworkers we’ve distinguished and read how you can organise online meetings that are adapted to their personal needs.
During the first week of November, we kicked off the Microsoft Ignite 2019 technology week (for the 3rd year in a row) in Orlando, Florida – the US’s Sunshine State. In this blogpost we'll give you a brief summary of all the headlines during the keynote of Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella.
When you build a Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business telephony deployment, it can quickly become a complex architecture. Think about the different cloud application services and connectivity devices you should be thinking of. How can you keep everything in control?
Which ingredients do you need to properly prepare a successful meeting? This blog article will provide you an overview on how Microsoft can help to boost your (online) meeting productivity with Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business and Surface Hub.
On Tuesday 30 July 2019, Microsoft (finally) announced the official retirement date for Skype for Business Online service in Office 365, which will be 31 July 2021. What do you need to know?
This month (May 2019), Microsoft successfully completed the service updates on Auto Attendant and Call Queue for Microsoft Teams & Skype for Business Online. Curious about what’s changed? We’ll talk you through it with four questions and answers:
In October 2017, Microsoft introduced a new addition to its Office 365 suite: Microsoft Teams. The software’s purpose is simple: to facilitate collaboration by combining chat, meetings, notes and files. But is this collaboration tool actually finding its way into businesses, half a year after launch? We advise Skype for Business users to start using it now, because Teams will eventually replace Skype.
The roadmap of Microsoft Teams released About one month ago, from the first rows of Microsoft Ignite, we informed you of Microsoft’s new Vision on Intelligent Communications and the evolution from Skype for Business Online to Microsoft Teams as the primary client for communication and collaboration in Office 365. Read our previous blog post. This week we got some more insights on the roadmap of…
The path from Universal Communications to Intelligent Communications Microsoft Teams was recently launched in March 2017, and is already being used by 125.000 organizations around the world. On the other side, the usage of Skype for Business has doubled in FY17 and the global Skype network carries over 3 billion minutes a day. On Monday September 25th, Microsoft officially introduced their new …