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Skype for Business is described as professional online meetings built for business. The new version allows instant messaging, URL sharing for meetings, meeting recording and access to Office apps.

  • Description


    For video communication, Skype has been the de facto method. With Microsoft's acquisition of Lync and increased focus on businesses, Skype has slowly evolved, and VoIP, audio calling, chat, document sharing has become a part of Skype for Business.

  • Pricing


  • Pros and Cons

    Pros and Cons

    • Storage of contacts of all users within an organization.
    • Supports 250 attendees in a meeting.
    • All VoIP features are not available.
    • Integrated dial-in audio conference features aren't available.
  • When to use

    When to use

    When Office365 is widely used within your organization and moving away from it does not make sense.

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    Know more

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