Find an intuitive user experience with Microsoft Skype for Business.

No matter what device your end users prefer, Skype for Business allows them to keep communications continual. It integrates seamlessly into your Microsoft unified communications platform, and its intuitive interface makes call handling second nature.

Arrow Systems Integration Named Skype for Business Launch Partner for New Meetings and Voice Services in Office 365

Our services surrounding Office 365 include Skype for Business, Exchange, Exchange Unified Messaging, Active Directory, Hypervisor, and Systems Center.

With E5, Microsoft has launched new cloud functionality for Skype for Business:

  • PSTN Calling allows users of Office 365-hosted Skype for Business to make calls to and receive calls from regular phones and phone numbers.
  • Cloud PBX provides more advanced call control features such as hold, resum, forward, transfer, simultaneous ring, team ring and delegation.
  • PSTN Conferencing allows Office 365-hosted audio conferences to include participants who dial in from any phone.
  • Skype Meeting Broadcast enables broadcasting a Skype for Business meeting to up to 10,000 participants.

As with most cloud technologies, there are multiple deployment and management scenarios. Arrow Systems Integration can help you plan and prepare for your future voice platform. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Microsoft Resources

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Deploying Skype for Business with the Skype Operations Framework
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Data Sheet
Microsoft Cloud PBX Services from Arrow SI
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Skype for Business

Find the reliability of a PBX and the capabilities of VoIP with Skype for Business.

As a VoIP offering, Skype for Business provides the capabilities users expect from a PBX—including call placement, transferring, forwarding and diversion—as well as team calling, call delegation, response group routing and the ability to transfer a call between a user’s devices. With Call Admission Control and third-party survivability appliances, you don’t have to worry about the VoIP dropping calls or placing too much demand on your network. And because Skype for Business supports both gateway and SIP options, you can either replace your voice platform all at once or migrate users over time.