“Alexa, start the Skype Meeting.” Sounds like an easy way to kick off a meeting, doesn’t it? If you’re using a RealPresence Trio, you have this functionality available. Poly (formerly Polycom) has made several updates to their Trio conference systems
Entry #6 into the “How it Fits” series is…the Video Interop Server, or VIS! Of all the Server Roles, I have the least experience with this one. We’ve only done one install of it, for a customer with an older
3 Ways to Keep Voicemail & Auto Attendant when Upgrading to Skype for Business 2019 Those of us who use voicemail in Skype for Business face a quandary. We did get a new Skype for Business Server, as well as
Let’s start 2019 with a refresher. 2018 was a busy year, with new content and updates for older, more evergreen content. In today’s post I’ve listed our the 5 most popular posts in 2018, by number of unique visits. If
Today I’m reviewing the Yealink SIP-T58A desk phone. Like its little brother (which we reviewed last time), this is a softphone designed for Skype for Business users. I put it through the same paces as the T56, within the same
Time for a new device to review! This time we have a new desk phone: the SIP-T56A from Yealink. Matt at Jenne.com kindly sent me this unit for review, after we expressed interest in the Yealink line. The T56A is
Want to access Skype for Business or Teams on Linux? You’re not alone. I wrote a post back in 2014 titled, “Lync on Linux: How to Access Lync Services on Linux Computers.” It remains one of the most-read posts on
Did you know you can add third-party add-ons to a Teams channel? Let’s see what happens when you do! Microsoft calls these add-ons “Teams Apps.” They work like Chrome browser add-ons…a way to integrate third-party software into the Teams experience.
Never Miss a Skype for Business Notification Again In early 2016 I wrote a post titled, Making Sure You See Skype for Business Notifications—No Matter What!. In said post I reviewed a notification app called SuperToast, made by Modality Systems.
As I said the other day, Sennheiser kindly sent us some headsets for testing. Not just the MB 660 though…no, we got several more! More than I could review on my own. So I passed the others to co-workers. I