“We extended our use of Skype for Business, adding advanced capabilities such as PSTN Conferencing. This was a change in direction. Our main business driver for moving to Skype for Business PSTN Conferencing was to reduce telephony costs, and we’ve certainly met that goal.” —Read Dan Berlin’s, director of architecture at Kennametal, full Leadership blog.
“With PSTN Conferencing integrated into Skype for Business Online, Guardian Industries employees can join calls using Android and iOS smartphones, the Skype for Business client or a landline and collaborate with anyone, anytime, anywhere.” —Read more from Chuck Wiggins, infrastructure director at Guardian Industries Leadership blog.
As more organizations embrace the cloud and move to Office 365, we want to make the wealth of valuable information in the Office 365 Network available to anyone looking for it. Today, we’re pleased to announce the public preview of the new Office 365 Network—an online community for IT pros, technical experts, product enthusiasts and Office 365 customers to come together and share best practices related to Office 365.
“As Microsoft continues to innovate with Office 365, we will continue adding and rolling out more services that have value for Facebook. In that way, we’re not just buying the capabilities that Office 365 offers today. We are also buying capabilities that Microsoft will offer over time, and expect even greater things to come.” —Read Facebook CIO’s blog on enabling productivity for its global workforce.