You asked for more “How It Fits” posts last year, and I’m happy to oblige. Today we’re discussing…the Reverse Proxy server! Reverse Proxy is also part of the Skype for Business perimeter network, like Edge Server. The two act in
After reviewing the new calling capabilities added to Teams last month, I have to say…moving to Teams in the next few months is a bad idea. Now, don’t get me wrong. Introduction of new calling features is great! However, we
Welcome to 2018! We’ll have a full post up soon. Before that though, I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge a milestone coming very soon. OCS 2007. Office Communications Server. The first iteration of what has now become the
Once again, we find ourselves at the end of a busy, change-packed year. The whole Unified Communications market reshaped itself in 2017…and we’ve got much more coming. Let’s take a look over all of it. The Tide of 2017 UC
Has your company undergone digital transformation? If you implemented Skype for Business, then the answer is (partly) Yes. Since the holidays are here, I thought back over the business year. Much has happened. We’ve had several big Skype for Business
Today I’m going to meander through Teams. Let’s see how many useful tips I can dredge up! These are several questions which arose in my mind while playing in Teams. Both in the client, and in its Office 365 backend.
I look away for one minute and Microsoft changes out the entire Skype Operations Framework. Now the SkypeOperationsFramework.com URL forwards to: https://fasttrack.microsoft.com/microsoft365/capabilities?view=voice Go ahead, click it. See for yourself. (But do come back—we have more to discuss!) In light of
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
Microsoft Ignite has come and gone. It has left us with many new announcements, products to anticipate, and changes to prepare for. Particularly when it comes to Skype for Business. In today’s post, I’ve collected some impressions from Ignite’s announcements.
In 2015 we did a pricing post for Skype for Business topologies. It’s time to revisit and update those numbers. (The previous pricing post, if you’re curious: Pricing for Skype for Business 2015: 3 Scenarios) A reader pointed out that