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Microsoft's Skype for Business Shift to Teams Could Be 3 Year Transition
Independent consultancy Directions on Microsoft offered guidance this week on Skype for Business, and how organizations could be affected by Microsoft's plans to shift its capabilities into Teams. Microsoft had outlined some of its roadmap plans last ...
BRESSNERS adds4b™ – basic brings many everyday extras for desktop telephony into the companyTelecom Reseller (press release)

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Skype for Business on Mac updated with several essential features
Microsoft today released an update for Skype for Business on Mac to Insiders in both Fast and Slow rings. This v16.13.168 update comes with several new features like the ability to have status updates from your Outlook calendar, the ability to see your ...

SoftBank Selects AudioCodes Solutions for Skype for Business Online
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AudioCodes (NASDAQ: AUDC), a leading vendor of advanced voice networking and media processing solutions for the digital workplace, today announced that ...

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Pyrios and UC Logiq join forces to tap Skype for Business market ...
Computerworld New Zealand
UC Logiq will continue to trade under its own brand but will relocate into Pyrios' headquarters in Albany, Auckland.
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Pyrios Strikes Alliance with Microsoft Integrator UC (press release)

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Analyst: Skype-to-Teams Transition Could Take Microsoft 3 Years
Redmond Channel Partner
A recent talk by independent consultancy Directions on Microsoft gave organizations a look at what to expect from Microsoft's plan to transition its Skype for Business product to the newer Teams client. Microsoft outlined some of its Skype-to-Teams ...

Microsoft Outlines Skype for Business to Teams Roadmap Plans
Microsoft today described some of its upcoming roadmap milestones for bringing Skype for Business capabilities into Microsoft Teams. An overview of those plans for this year and into 2018 can be found in this Microsoft Tech Community post today. A ...
Microsoft provides first target dates for its Skype for Business to Teams migrationZDNet
Microsoft Teams will get Skype for Business features in Q2 2018VentureBeat
Microsoft outlines roadmap for bringing Skype for Business features to TeamsWindows Central
Neowin -Business Wire (press release) -OnMSFT (blog) -Microsoft Tech Community
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Certified Skype for Business Phones Expected To Work with Microsoft Teams
Microsoft this week gave assurances that phones certified to work with its Skype for Business Online service will continue to work when capabilities get transitioned over to the Microsoft Teams service. In addition, Skype for Business Server users also ...
Microsoft brings Skype for Business to BMW carsTelecompaper

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The Integration of Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business
Microsoft recently announced that it will combine Skype for Business with Microsoft Teams, the new communications and collaboration tool within Office 365. This means that the Teams interface will replace the Skype for Business UI. Whether you use one ...

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Univonix's SaaS That Cuts 50% of Skype for Business Migration Cost and Time, Receives Microsoft Certification
PR Newswire (press release)
Univonix®, a leading provider of Software as a Service migration automation tools for Unified Communications, announced that Univonix Migrate has completed certification as an IT Pro Tool providing migration from Legacy PBX to Skype for Business.

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UK Parliament replaces its phone system with Skype for Business
The Parliamentary Digital Service is in the latter stages of a full rollout of Microsoft's Skype for Business technology across 8,000 people within both houses of Parliament and support staff, in a major shakeup to how MPs communicate with one another ...

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