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  • Succeeding with Skype for Business: Decoding the Cloud, Licensing, and Hybrid Options

    Kevin Kieller  |  Partner, EnableUC | Speaker
    Location:  Sun A
    Track: Unified Communications and Collaboration
    Pass Type: Entire Event, Tue-Thu Conference - Get your pass now!
    Vault Recording: TBD

    Organizations interested in Microsoft unified communications and Enterprise Voice have an ever-increasing, and often confusing, number of on-premises, cloud and hybrid options from which to choose. In the first part of this session, a premier Microsoft Lync/Skype for Business strategic partner will help you understand the pros and cons of the various options and provide guidance for decoding the complex licensing implications so that you can choose the right solution for your unique situation. In the second part of the session, you'll learn about the technical, communications, training, and change management tasks you must undertake in order to succeed with Skype for Business (or Lync). The session will cover differences between Lync 2013 and Skype for Business, the new E5 CAL, differing mobile client features, Office 365, Cloud PBX, PSTN Conferencing, PSTN Calling, and Skype Broadcast Meetings.


    • Should we move all or some of our UC solution to the cloud? If so, which parts?
    • How will new licensing options impact our costs? Can I save my organization money?
    • Why do organizations fail when implementing Microsoft voice solutions, and how can I avoid these pitfalls?
    • How do I migrate to Microsoft UC and what are the implications of a choosing a multivendor solution?