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Office 365 and Skype for Business – Are you taking full advantage?

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Skype LogoIf you’re an Office 365 subscriber, you should be aware that it comes with Skype For Business to fully enhance your online communication tools.

Many people will be aware of Skype as a consumer service, but it doesn’t support conference calls or screen sharing and is generally considered a home user product.

However, when Microsoft took over the company, they set about creating a commercial offering for business, and that’s where Skype for Business comes in. Microsoft combined Lync (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator) with Skype’s user friendly interface, to create a service that is both easy to use and has features that businesses need.

Office 365Outlook users can find anyone in their organisation to schedule online meetings, message, call, video and video conference with up to 250 users.

Perhaps users simply wish to keep their personal skype account separate to their business? Skype for Business could be the answer.

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