An introduction to Microsoft Qualified Intelligent Communication Devices

Back to the top level page. As a Voice Technical Solutions Professional at Microsoft I have a passion for Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams. More specifically, the devices that connect to these wonderful services. Over the next few months, I will present my thoughts, relevant links, quotes, and information on the devices that connect…

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Active Noise Cancellation (Control)

Back to the top level page.   Active noise control (ANC), also known as active noise cancellation, or active noise reduction (ANR), is a method for reducing unwanted sound by the addition of a second sound specifically designed to cancel the first. (source – Wikipedia) Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is a rather new topic in…

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Skype for Business and Teams feature Comparison

Back to the top level page.   The topic of this blog will deviate a bit from my past device focused blogs. I do appreciate all of the support and page hits from you my blog fans. I was speaking with a vendor of mine and he told me of a feature comparison chart that…

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Successful Skype for Business Meetings (Series – Module #1 Meeting Basics)

Back to the top level page.   For my next series of blogs, I will be focusing on the Intelligent Communications Meetings. You can expect to see Skype for Business meetings, Skype for Business Broadcast meeting, and Microsoft Teams Meetings. Hopefully by the time I get to Teams Meetings, Broadcast meetings will be enabled for…

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Successful Skype for Business Meetings (Series – Module #6 Video Conferencing and Screensharing )

Back to the top level page Video Only Conference. As I have previously stated, all SFBO (Skype for Business Online)  conferences have all modalities/features/workloads (pick one) already baked into the meeting – no matter what the creation method. The type of conference you wish to have is simply a choice of using the features along…


Skype for Business and Teams feature Comparison – UPDATED

Back to the top level page.   Here is an update to a previous post with the same name. Link to the original post. https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/lync/Skype-for-Business-and-aa1c8daa Many thanks to Luca Vitali for his update. (https://lucavitali.wordpress.com) Listed below are some great Microsoft Teams resources. I know this one is short, but I wanted to get this information…


Simple custom Dial Plan (number normalization) for Skype for Business Online.

Back to the top level page.   Below is a quick “one off” and break from my Skype for Business Meetings series. I created a unique dial plan for a customer the other day and learned so much during the process that once I got it, I had to document it to make it easier…