Skype for Business

Skype for Business (SfB), formerly known as Lync, has been steadily gaining in popularity. Partly, because of the robust set of features that has been implemented over the last few releases making the product truly Enterprise ready; partly, due to the rapid proliferation of Office 365, which includes SfB's cloud counterpart. With SfB and/or Skype client software available on a wide variety of hardware platforms (personal computers, tablets, mobile devices) and across multiple operating systems (Windows, Linux, iOS, Android) a possibility of establishing a ubiquitous multi-media communications platform seems firmly within reach. And best of all, when using SfB Online, without the need to invest into an expensive infrastructure. But wait, there's more! The cloud delivers on the promises of more innovation and continuous development cycle - Skype Meeting Broadcast, PSTN Conferencing, Cloud PBX with PSTN Calling are just a few examples. Read more at -

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