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Skype for Business: Cloud PBX Tenant Dial Plans Have Landed

Posted by: Damien Margaritis in Cloud PBX

Within the on-premises world, dial plans have been around for quite some time, and not just within OCS/Lync/Skype for Business. For most organisations, the way users were dialled on traditional PABX systems was by their extension. It was possible to look up a user in a contacts list and then dial them, but ultimately the […] Read more

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Deploying Sonus CloudLink: Missing $dnsName in the certificate $CertFullName

Posted by: Damien Margaritis in Cloud PBX

When deploying Cloud Connector Edition, I would have to say that Sonus’ CloudLink offering has made life a lot easier. A single 1RU appliance that houses everything I need to enable PSTN access for Skype for Business Online CloudPBX users, and also allow integration with existing on-premises solutions the customer may be migrating away from. […] Read more

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Insync Technology added to Microsoft’s exclusive Surface Hub reseller list

Posted by: Stuart Moore in Industry News

Insync Technology is pleased to announce that it has been appointed as a Surface Hub partner to meet increased demand from customers for the ground-breaking collaboration device. Insync has been an active proponent of the Surface Hub ever since it launched in Australia in mid-2016, influencing the sale, delivery and adoption of over a dozen […] Read more

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Skype for Business Online PSTN Conferencing: Why it’s such a big deal

Posted by: Damien Margaritis in Skype for Business

The increase in mobility of people in the workforce has given rise to a host of amazing virtual meeting options – including options for dial-in conferencing, web based online audio/video conferencing, as well as desktop client and room based solutions. As a result of this, many companies – wishing to use a combination of these […] Read more

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Moving Insync to Melbourne!

Posted by: Stuart Moore in Awesome Tech

Just kidding! It’s not as drastic as it sounds. We had our company Christmas Party over the weekend. Normally this involves flying our other branch (Melbourne) into Brisbane. This is pretty par for the course with most companies – fly the smaller branches into Head Office as it’s the most cost-effective way to get everyone […] Read more

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Skype for Business announces new Mac client and new mobile sharing experiences

Posted by: Michael Barton in Skype for Business

Original article can be found here. Today, we are pleased to announce that Skype for Business Mac is now publicly available for download. The Mac client offers edge-to-edge video and full immersive content sharing and viewing. The result is a great first class experience for Mac users. We’ve also updated the Skype Operations Framework (SOF) […] Read more

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New Skype for Business 2016 look and feel coming your way…

Posted by: Michael Barton in Skype for Business

Article taken from Technet. View the original article here. What is happening? The user interface on the Skype for Business 2016 C2R (click to run) client will have some changed visual elements. Some of the examples of these changes are: On the main window, you’ll notice the new look to the following elements: When you […] Read more

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Skype for Business Server 2015 – Incorrect phone number displayed in contact card

Posted by: Jason Jacobs in Skype for Business

Recently, I deployed a full Skype for Business Server 2015 solution with Enterprise Voice for a customer. They already had IM & Presence on a Lync 2013 Front-End server and the plan was to migrate all users and settings to the new SfB FE, and decommission the Lync 2013 FE. Problem Everything went smoothly until […] Read more

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Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool – How to run on Server 2012 R2 OS

Posted by: Stuart Moore in Skype for Business

Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool (Free) – Running on Server OS A few days ago Microsoft released a free Skype for Business Online Network Assessment Tool. Tom Arbuthnot has a good roundup here – The tool tests the connection to Microsoft Network Edge by streaming a set of packets to the nearest edge site […] Read more

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Microsoft extends Voice Conferencing solutions footprint to Australia

Posted by: Stuart Moore in Industry News

Article from Microsoft – read original article here Re-imagine the way you connect to get work done. Each year, organisations spend millions of dollars on contracts with conferencing providers to allow people to dial in to virtual meetings from landline phones. Now there’s a cheaper and simpler approach. On 1 September, Skype for Business PSTN […] Read more

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