In a previous blog, I walked through how to ensure Trio meeting room devices received the right configuration file from the Polycom Provisioning Server. Whilst the approach I outlined then is still valid, I'd like to share a much simpler way that minimises the possibility of incorrect configuration making it onto your Trio devices.
Recently, I deployed a full Skype for Business Server 2015 solution with Enterprise Voice for a customer. They already had IM & Presence on a Lync 2013 Front-End server and the plan was to migrate all users and settings to the new SfB FE, and decommission the Lync 2013 FE.
With the onset of a mobile workforce, connecting callers has become a little trickier than it used to be. In the past, workers were traditionally based in the office, for set hours each day. These days, the move to work from home or work-on-the-go means that, while the workforce is available via mobile, connecting a call to mobile via existing corporate telephony can sometimes be difficult.
Send a message to an offline contact
When you start to send a Skype for Business message to someone who is offline, you will receive a message confirming that even though the person is offline, they will get the message.
Upload your meeting attachments in advance
Uploading your meeting attachments in advance gives you time to focus on your meeting when your participants join.