Category Archives: Microsoft Teams

Configure Direct Trunking to Microsoft Teams with Ribbon SBC Edge

As per this week’s HUGE announcement, Microsoft Phone System Direct Routing is now in public preview! What does this mean? In essence, this means that it is now possible to configure a SIP Trunk directly from a supported on-premises Session Border Controller (SBC) to Microsoft Teams via the internet. Microsoft’s Enterprise Voice Strategy for the […]
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Microsoft Announces Skype for Business Server 2019

It’s day 2 at Microsoft Ignite Orlando, and we’ve had the announcement many of us in the industry have been waiting for: Skype for Business Server 2019 will be released towards the end of 2018. What does this mean? After yesterday’s announcement, many were wondering what this meant for on-premises Skype for Business deployments. There’s […]
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Microsoft Teams to Replace Skype for Business… Sorta

News out of Microsoft Ignite Orlando this morning: Microsoft Teams is set to replace Skype for Business as the primary collaboration/teamwork platform – eventually. This came as no surprise to many, given the slip up that occurred last month. Rest assured that this change will not be forced onto end users, and, for the time […]
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Guest Access for Microsoft Teams Has Landed

Since its inception, there’s been one feature at the top of most people’s Microsoft Teams wish list: Guest access. Today, I can report that the wait is finally over! You can now add anyone (err, anyone with an Azure Active Directory account…) as a guest to a Team. I’m expecting this will be extended in […]
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