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Org Auto Attendant, Skype Room Systems and Meeting Migration Service Training from Skype Academy

The Skype Operations Framework and Skype Academy team are doing a great job of keeping the content coming. Their latest training, open to everyone is for Cloud PBX Org Auto Attendant, Skype Room Systems, and Meeting Migration Services, as well as addressing a popular question for PSTN Conferencing.

Thanks to Thomas Binder for the heads up over on the Tech Community

clip_image001Skype Room Systems v2 readiness training: Formerly known as “Project Rigel,” learn more about what’s new with Skype Room Systems, how to plan for it, and how to deploy it.


clip_image002Meeting Migration Service (MMS) training now available: Learn more on what Meeting Migration Service is, how to use it, and what impact it has on users.


clip_image003Cloud PBX Auto Attendant (Preview) readiness training now available: Learn everything about Cloud PBX Auto Attendant in this new training video.

In summary, the current plan is as follows:

  • Today: Preview for North America available.
  • December 2016: Preview for Europe & Asia available.
  • January & February 2017: Additional features released into preview including Speech Recognition.
  • March 2017: General availability of Auto Attendant and Call Queues.
clip_image004Skype for Business on Mac Readiness Update: Find details around the readiness materials for Mac Cumulative Update 1.

clip_image005Service Numbers vs. User Numbers: For those requesting a new PSTN Number in Skype for Business Online, read about the two different types of numbers you can request, and which is right for you.

You can find more information around Service numbers on our website here:


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Tom Arbuthnot

A Microsoft MVP and Microsoft Certified Master, Tom Arbuthnot is Principal Solutions Architect at Microsoft Collaboration specialists Modality Systems.

Tom stays up to date with industry developments and shares news and his opinions on his blog, Microsoft Teams Podcast and email list. He is a regular speaker at events around the world.

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