The other day, a reader commented with this question. “Is there an option in Skype4B to have it set up where your chat does NOT blink or pop up on your screen? I would like just an icon on my
Two topics today! This past week I responded to a reader question about active users, and continued my testing of the Skype for Business iOS Preview app. Here’s what I’ve come up with from both. First, a quick update on
User accounts. They seem like simple things, don’t they? Enter your email and a password, log onto Skype (or your laptop, Outlook, etc.) and start work. But we know better. In reality, every user account has several moving parts behind
Back in January I went through Lync 2013 for the iPhone. One of the issues I noted was that my phone’s Conversation History only showed those conversations I had using the phone. Also, these conversations didn’t show in my laptop’s
Only a few more days until Skype for Business Server 2015 is here! We’re eagerly prepping a virtual server for testing. Is anyone seeing Skype for Business Online in their Office 365 accounts yet? If so, please comment or email.
Today I’m able to make a big announcement…I’ve received inside information about a last-minute Skype for Business name change! I talked to a Microsoft consultant earlier via untraceable cellphone. (He had a weird British accent.) He revealed that Microsoft is
Welcome to 2015! Let’s start the year off with some helpful how-to’s. The other day I was off-site, and a request came in to update the Web Conferencing branding. (I blogged about this at “Branding Your Lync Server”.) Normally I’d
The other day, a Lync Insider reader asked a question in the comments: “Is it possible to have Lync users auto-logout after a period of inactivity?” He wanted to know if MSPL could be used to control an auto-logout process.
It’s happened again. Microsoft released a trove of ebooks about their various software products: Largest collection of FREE Microsoft eBooks ever, including: Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Office 2013, Office 365, Office 2010, SharePoint 2013, Dynamics CRM, PowerShell, Exchange
Last week I promised some help for those of us studying for Lync Server certification. So, let’s return to a Lync Server topic as useful as it is complex: PowerShell Cmdlets. I was using the same methods I used for