Microsoft isn’t killing Skype for Business but the company will be changing up how it is serviced and is trying to move customers to Teams.
Microsoft Workplace Analytics is not a “Fitbit for the enterprise” that you can deploy off-the-shelf to get instantly usable information. Expect to invest considerable time or spend some consulting dollars to make sense of organization dynamics, office politics, and internal friction. All the stuff that makes working in large companies so worthwhile!
Microsoft is making big changes to Skype’s Interface with the hope of attracting more users to the platform with new features targeted at a younger audience.
Secure your Skype account by merging it with a Microsoft Account.
Microsoft is working on a Slack competitor, internally called Skype Teams, that will be a new productivity tool for the company that features improved file sharing and threaded conversations.
The past few months have resulted in Skype becoming unstable but the team has finally come forward to explain the issues and the future for the communication tool.
Microsoft is bringing a new Skype client to Linux users and they are also making it easier for users with Chromebooks access the messaging platform.
Microsoft has announced a new Skype meetings feature today that anyone can use but the company is quietly hoping that this offering will entice small businesses to start utilizing Office 365 as it has two major restrictions.
Microsoft has announced project Rigel that will bring a Surface Hub-like Skype experience to any conference room.
Microsoft is bringing Skype to Office Online and OneDrive to make it easier to communicate while collaborating.
Earlier this week, Microsoft’s Skype was knocked offline for several hours and the company is now coming forward about what caused the outage
Microsoft’s communication tool, Skype, has been offline for several hours rendering the application useless as users cannot chat, call, or communicate in anyway using the platform.
The General Court of the European Union ruled Tuesday that Microsoft cannot register trademarks for the Skype name and logo. The reason? The name is too similar to that of British broadcast giant Sky, and its distinctive logo is too general. Yep, it’s déjà vu all over again. This is the second time Microsoft has […]