Skype for Business Server Plus CAL - license & software assurance - 1 user

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Meet with up to 250 people - even if they're not on Skype for Business. All they need is a phone or internet connection. See your contacts' online statuses, schedule meetings in Outlook, and start conversations from apps like Word and PowerPoint. Conversations are protected by strong authentication and encryption, and you manage employee accounts and features.

Skype for Business Server Plus CAL - license & software assurance - 1 user is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cut long distance costs while connecting with clients anywhere in the world What is our primary use case?We use this solution for meetings and scheduling. Our meetings involve audio or video. These take place with outside clients at any place in the world.How has it helped my organization?Using this solution has helped us to cut long distance calls, as well as video services from third parties. We have the option to use this solution even for local calls.What is most valuable?The most valuable features include video meetings with clients, scheduling multi-party meetings, and keeping track of meetings with each client.What needs improvement?Skype for Business is good for the PCs with higher bandwidth, but an improvement is required for low bandwidth usage.For how long have I used the solution?Less than one year.What do I think about the stability of the solution?I feel that the stability of this solution is very good.What do I think about the scalability of the solution?My impression is that the scalability is very good.How are customer service and technical support?The technical support for this product is very good.If you previously used a different solution, which one did you use and why did you switch?Previously, we used Lotus Notes ( /products/ibm-lotus-notes-reviews ) Chat, but it is not as powerful as Skype for Business.How was the initial setup?It was a little bit complex to setup, but the usage is not.What about the implementation team?Our implementation was done thought the vendor's team, and they were knowledgeable.What was our ROI?Our return of investment was over a two year period.What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?It may be slightly costly, but the features are awesome.Which other solutions did I evaluate?We did not evaluate other products before choosing Skype for Business.What other advice do I have?I do not have any specific advice, other than improvement in the app is required.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2019-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy setup, easy to use and can be configured on any device What is our primary use case?I have used this software since 2014. You can do meetings with your employees, and employees outside of your company.It has a very easy setup, it's easy to use and can be configured on any device. Everything gets recorded on an exchange server, so you don't have to worry about recording meetings and conversations.How has it helped my organization?It improves travel time for our employees and cost. It can be used on your 4G LTE connection easily. It has also improved manpower productivity.What is most valuable?You can do meetings of up to two hundred people in a single conversation. You can share your desktop with all meeting attendees at the same instant.What needs improvement?There is normal interface of software,it should be user friendly and eye catchy.Nothing esle and i cannot explain much.For how long have I used the solution?Three to five years.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2019-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from In one of two companies, I was introduced to it as, "problematic." Now, having used it for months, multiple times a day for video, voice and chat, I never had a problem with it. Enterprise voice in the cloudI've used Skype Business (name change from Lync) in two companies. In one of them I was introduced to it as, "problematic." Now, having used it for months, multiple times a day for video, voice and chat, I never had a problem with it.Voice calls - great quality if it was with someone in the same building or half way across the globe. No fuzzing or dropping.Video calls - same. Great quality. No big drain on the computer so I could do other things. Again, good quality for the same building or globally.Chat - what to say here apart from, it worked. Chat is a nice feature if you want to keep a history of messages.(source: Skype.com)Meetings - we managed to get +10 people, all from various locations, on different systems, using varying bandwidths, some connecting via Skype/Skype for business/mobiles, landlines. Only 1 person had a problem and that was due to their AD FS set up. We had video, audio, and chat. We transferred files. Some of us switched to muted mics just to listen....Some people have had sign on issues but I think that may be more to do with internal set up because my experience hasn't included this.Security and features that I used/like:Skype For Business traffic is encrypted using TLSYou get archiving of messagesP2P file transfersIM and conferencingHD 1080p available depending on planAbility to have a presenter for training or to chair meetingsYou can record contentMeetings can be scheduled via OutlookThe thing I want from any app is this: it needs to deliver. For me, Skype Business did. Does it take a bit of work to integrate into systems? Well, I've yet to meet a bit of kit with more than three features that doesn't. Is it worth it? I believe so. Skype for business is convenient. It's one of those things that's there, you use it, you forget about it - we're all happy. (or, at least, I was)Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from In one of two companies, I was introduced to it as, "problematic." Now, having used it for months, multiple times a day for video, voice and chat, I never had a problem with it. Enterprise voice in the cloudI've used Skype Business (name change from Lync) in two companies. In one of them I was introduced to it as, "problematic." Now, having used it for months, multiple times a day for video, voice and chat, I never had a problem with it.Voice calls - great quality if it was with someone in the same building or half way across the globe. No fuzzing or dropping.Video calls - same. Great quality. No big drain on the computer so I could do other things. Again, good quality for the same building or globally.Chat - what to say here apart from, it worked. Chat is a nice feature if you want to keep a history of messages.(source: Skype.com)Meetings - we managed to get +10 people, all from various locations, on different systems, using varying bandwidths, some connecting via Skype/Skype for business/mobiles, landlines. Only 1 person had a problem and that was due to their AD FS set up. We had video, audio, and chat. We transferred files. Some of us switched to muted mics just to listen....Some people have had sign on issues but I think that may be more to do with internal set up because my experience hasn't included this.Security and features that I used/like:Skype For Business traffic is encrypted using TLSYou get archiving of messagesP2P file transfersIM and conferencingHD 1080p available depending on planAbility to have a presenter for training or to chair meetingsYou can record contentMeetings can be scheduled via OutlookThe thing I want from any app is this: it needs to deliver. For me, Skype Business did. Does it take a bit of work to integrate into systems? Well, I've yet to meet a bit of kit with more than three features that doesn't. Is it worth it? I believe so. Skype for business is convenient. It's one of those things that's there, you use it, you forget about it - we're all happy. (or, at least, I was)Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-05-13
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