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Microsoft adding unlimited Microsoft Teams Meeting PSTN dial-in to enterprise, business, frontline, and government licences

In a Microsoft blog post today from Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365, giving a heads up of coming Microsoft 365/Office 365 price rises, Microsoft also announced something really exciting for Microsoft Teams. “And today, we are announcing that we will add unlimited dial-in capabilities for Microsoft Teams meetings across our enterprise, business, frontline, and government...

Teams panels add support for customer line of business apps

Teams panels are outside of the meeting room touch screen displays that have colour-coded indicators for space availability status, view location and meeting details and reserve available meeting spaces directly from the panel. They are available from Crestron and Yealink. Microsoft has just added a great new ability to add your own custom line of business apps.  Currently, static Teams web apps...

What does SharePoint Server Subscription Edition tell us about Skype for Business Server Subscription Edition

On the 20th July Microsoft announced and released a preview of SharePoint Server Subscription Edition. Some highlights from the announcement: “With SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, you’ll end the cycle of long and costly major version upgrades to get new features and remain in support. Microsoft will deliver our latest innovations to customers through updates that can be installed on...

Microsoft Teams Monthly Podcast August 2021

Check it out on YouTube or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Microsoft Teams Update, August 2021 – YouTube This month on the UC Today Microsoft Teams Update podcast we talk about: Big Microsoft numbers announced – but do they stack up Preview Microsoft Teams 2.0 consumer on Windows 11 rolls out Microsoft Teams Client SDK coming to support partner Attendant Console Solutions Microsoft...

Microsoft has acquired Peer5 WebRTC-based eCDN for Microsoft Teams

Interesting news in the Microsoft Teams space, Microsoft has acquired Peer5, a WebRTC-based eCDN (Enterprise Content Delivery Network) solution that runs in-browser. The terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Peer5 has powered large live events with as many as 2 million concurrent users) and our product has been used over the years by more than 1 billion users. What is and eCDN and what does it...

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