Skype for Business helps you to communicate and collaborate in many different ways. Skype for Business’s instant message feature is a great tool for real-time discussions instead of trading emails back and forth. You can easily conduct an ad-hoc meeting with staffs and colleagues wherever they are, complete with recording, polling, screen sharing, and whiteboard capabilities. Meetings and calls with anyone. Meet with up to 250 people—even if they’re not on Skype for Business. All they need is a phone or internet connection.
Conduct scheduled and impromptu meetings and web conferencing from the comfort of your home or office with Skype for Business. During the meeting, you can share either your entire desktop or individual applications to enhance your collaboration.
Instant messaging (IM) in Skype for Business is a great way for information workers to stay connected and conduct real-time discussions. IM text in Skype for Business is encrypted and secure, so it’s an ideal solution for maintaining privacy and security in the enterprise.
Make, receive, and transfer business calls in the office, at home, or on the road using phone, PC, and mobile. Increase agility and consolidate management with voice services in Office 365.
For an almost face-to-face meeting experience, use the video capabilities in Skype for Business. Sharing videos during a meeting enhances interaction and minimizes the risk of missing social cues during a conversation.
|Instant Messaging (IM) and Presence|
|Skype for Business-to-Skype for Business Audio/Video Calling (1-to-1)|
|Skype for Business Federation (IM/presence/audio/video)|
|Click -to-Communicate in Office|
|Authenticated Attendee in Skype for Business Meetings*|
|Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync|
|Initiate ad-hoc and Scheduled Online Meetings|
|Initiate Multiparty (3 or more users) Skype for Business Audio/Video Sessions|
|Initiate interactive data sharing (screen/application/whiteboard)|
|Interop with Third-party Dial-in Audio Conferencing Services|