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@WhatIsDotCom: Skype for Business

Skype for Business, formerly known as Microsoft Lync Server, is a unified communications (UC) platform that integrates common channels of business communication and online meetings, including instant messaging (IM), presence, voice over IP (VoIP), voicemail, file transfers, video conferencing, web conferencing and email.

Skype for Business can be deployed on premises, in the cloud or as a hybrid service. Clients can run on Windows operating systems, Android phones and tablets and Apple iOS devices. The Skype for Business client can also be configured in a Lync Server 2013 environment.

Skype for Business can be licensed as a stand-alone product or as part of the Office 365 application suite. It is available as an on-premises server, known as Skype for Business Server, or a cloud-based service, known as Skype for Business Online. 


Features include:

  • Communication control across Windows 8 devices and architectures;
  • File sharing, whiteboarding and screen and app sharing within a communications session;
  • The use of open standards, including the H.264 video codec;
  • Presenter controls optimized for meeting format, audience size and content sources;
  • Custom and automated presence based on Outlook Calendar or Out of Office status;
  • Mobile push notifications, screen reader and external keyboard support;
  • Auto attendant system that answers and routes inbound calls;
  • Call queues that send incoming calls to a customer support agent in the order they are received; and
  • Recording and archiving of meetings, messages, conferencing sessions and sign-in logs;

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