Tips for Launching Skype for Business
In April, Microsoft rebranded its Lync unified communications product as Skype for Business. Here are four things businesses should know about the product change.
It’s Still Enterprise-Grade
The Lync user interface becomes more Skype-like, which leverages the familiarity that many employees have with the consumer version. That could reduce help desk calls. Under the hood, though, it’s still a business tool.
“The most important thing to know is that it’s not consumer Skype. It’s Lync 2015 if you boil it down,” says Patrick Borka, a Microsoft solutions architect, who helps businesses implement UC and other collaboration technologies. “The Skype moniker is a very powerful brand: a noun that became a verb.”
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