The way we interact with clients is changing. Our obsession with messengers and social networks has made people less willing to communicate on the phone or in person, especially with businesses. We started spending much more time on the Internet. Do you have a question? Google it. Need to buy something? Hello, Internet. Bills to pay? Why stand in line at the bank – long live online-banking! It seems that almost everything can be done online, which really saves you a lot of time.
Grovety Inc. – developing products based on Skype for Business
Few people who use Skype for Business actually make use of 100% its functionality. There are just so many interesting features that it’s not always easy to get to all of them.
Today we will close this gap by demonstrating some cool features that can be used in Skype for Business calls and meetings.
Skype made a big splash in the communications field when it was released in 2003. The name “Skype” is short for «Sky peer-to-peer», which corresponded with the technology used. Peer-to-peer (abbreviated P2P) implied a direct connection between users.
Today we would like to talk about an extremely useful function of Skype for Business for those who constantly use the mobile app but aren’t always at their desk.
In order to use S4B on the phone, you can simply download the app from the store and log in with your login/password.
As part of a monthly Microsoft Office update Lync turned into Skype for Business in April 2015. It combined the functionality, informational security and manageability of Lync with the Skype interface, as well as expanded functionality.
Let’s see what changed?