Cloud Technology for the Workplace

Industry pundits termed Tuesday's release of Skype for Business as a component of Office 365 a "game changer," for Microsoft's directive to host Enterprise Voice in the cloud. In our opinion, this is the most exciting development in office cloud technology. The best is yet to come.

Catch our five essential Skype for Business resources here.


Five Essential Skype for Business Resources

Today Microsoft began rolling out Skype for Business to the world (the client became available today, with Skype for Business server due on May 1). And industry sources agree: It promises to be a game changer. Here are five online resources to help with the transition:

Skype for Business the #UCRevolution Has Begun

Skype for Business UI

Skype for BusinessAre you ready for Skype for Business

If you have Microsoft Lync 2010 or 2013 on premises, or Lync Online with Office 365, you'll have access to the new Skype for Business client on "Patch Tuesday" - April 14, with Skype for Business Server set for release on May 1. 

Unified Communications Going Mainstream

The unified communications revolution starts nowThe excitement we have seen among our customers over Skype for Business underlines the point the author makes in this article: more people than ever will adopt unified communications and collaboration this year, because it will help their productivity and their bottom line. 

That's why we call Skype for Business the UC Revolution.

Save the Date: The UC Revolution is Here

The excitement over Skype for Business will likely grow to a fever pitch next month, when it is demonstrated at the sold-out Microsoft Ignite conference in Chicago.