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
We’ve reviewed Jabra and Plantronics equipment on this blog already. Time for something new! We know Jabra and Plantronics make Skype for Business-friendly headsets. But who else? As Unified Communications spreads across the business world, there’s plenty of need for
New Features, More Power in Latest Attendant Pro Last year I did a two-part review of Attendant Pro, made by Landis Computer. Those posts remain some of my most-trafficked. Software Review: Attendant Pro Part 1 Software Review: Attendant Pro Part
Join Us for a Free Webinar on February 9 at 11am PST We interrupt your regularly-scheduled blogging for a special announcement! Next Thursday, February 9, PlanetMagpie President Robert Douglas will take part in a webinar, hosted by Exinda, makers of
This post comes to us from the folks at Exinda, makers of great QX (Quality of Experience) products. I’ll put links at the bottom. But first, enjoy the post! This is it! After careful consideration, you’ve opted for the big
I’m back! And we have fresh content for you to enjoy. Earlier this year we noticed a series of errors occurring with the Polycom RealPresence Trio. Customers who used the Trio devices reported multiple failures. Through a series of tests,
Some time back I reviewed the Jabra Motion Office headset. Since then I’ve tried out a few other headsets with our Skype for Business clients. While most had good sound quality, none really competed with the Jabra. Until now. Meet