Want to access Skype for Business or Teams on Linux? You’re not alone. I wrote a post back in 2014 titled, “Lync on Linux: How to Access Lync Services on Linux Computers.” It remains one of the most-read posts on
Never Miss a Skype for Business Notification Again In early 2016 I wrote a post titled, Making Sure You See Skype for Business Notifications—No Matter What!. In said post I reviewed a notification app called SuperToast, made by Modality Systems.
Group Messaging/Chat continues to expand, as each challenger battles its competitors. Here’s where we stand. Slack and Teams Stay Neck-and-Neck These two are ‘the’ names when it comes to ChatOps (business-grade chat/messaging platforms). Teams continues to expand its user base.
You have a normal conversation in Skype for Business via Instant Messaging. The next day, you need to check the status of a task. You recall you mentioned this task in yesterday’s conversation. Better go check it in Conversation History.
In my last post, I mentioned a co-worker alerted me to problems with file transfers in Skype for Business failing. I did promise to do a post on her situation once we resolved the issue. Well, we resolved it! I
Skype for Business on Mac finally got file transfer capability in April. Then, just last week, a co-worker asked me about a thorny issue they’ve had with file transfers intermittently failing. (I’ll cover this in its own post once we’ve
A reader comment drew my attention to this post from way back in 2011: 3 Ways to Start Conversations With Lync Auto-Contact URLs They asked a simple question: “Could you do this (set auto-contact URLs) with a Skype for Business
Time to continue our “VS.” series! This time, let’s do a comparison of Workplace by Facebook to Skype for Business. (Previous post: Skype for Business vs. Google Hangouts) I was introduced to Workplace during research for The Security Behind 6
Today, let’s tackle a tiny-but-frustrating issue…Skype for Business contact photos. User images, Skype avatars, we have several names for them. They’re the little circular image that shows up in Skype for Business next to your name in the Contacts List.
Back in May of 2015, we did a post on which Skype for Business version businesses should use. Since then, Microsoft has launched several major enhancements to Skype for Business, changed its focus from Server to Online, and beefed up