Save Money On Common Area Phones with Microsoft Teams Direct Routing

Now that Direct Routing has been released on General Availability worldwide for Microsoft Teams it is a very exciting time for Microsoft Cloud UC. Aside from the obvious benefits of Direct Routing such as migration path, investment stretching and interop with other systems, it does offer some interesting alternatives to Continue Reading

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Direct Routing in Microsoft Teams Could Spark the End to Cloud Voice

Up until now if you wanted cloud voice provided within your Office 365 tenant you had a choice, calling plans and consume Microsoft’s Cloud Phone System, use Cloud Connector Edition to connect your on-premises PSTN investments to the cloud, or hybrid voice if you had an existing Skype for Business Continue Reading

Phantom Presence Issues in Skype for Business when Peer is using Microsoft Teams

As people and organizations start to adopt Microsoft Teams for their day to day communication and leverage the new features such as guest access there are a couple of scenarios that I have come across that could potentially lead to people scratching their heads. Tis is especially so when users Continue Reading

Plan to Move Your Skype for Business Workload to Microsoft Teams

Now that Ignite is coming to an end and all the hearsay has turned into fact, I wanted to gather my thoughts and formulate an opinion and recommendation on the impacts of what’s been announced. Microsoft’s announcement to concentrate on Microsoft Teams as the cloud offering as the unified communications Continue Reading

Microsoft Teams – SIP IS NOT DEAD! It’s Just Somewhere Else!

I was scanning the Twittiverse for updates on Microsoft Ignite as there are various announcements coming out. Aside from the massive news that we all unofficially knew was the revelation that Microsoft Teams does not use SIP. Firstly, this is should not be a surprise to anyone as we can Continue Reading