Features include instant messaging, rich presence, group chat, screen sharing and others.
24/7 expert support
Microsoft Certified technicians • 24/7 phone and chat
Run both spontaneous or scheduled online, virtual meetings with colleagues, customers and partners.
99.999% financially backed SLA
Our service level agreement guarantees less than 30 seconds of monthly unplanned downtime.
You can transfer your Exchange or Skype for Business licenses into Intermedia's cloud.
SOC 2 audited, which attests to our high standards for security and privacy protection.
Skype meetings provides audio, video, and web conferencing on the Internet, with the ability to schedule a meeting in advance or start one at any time. Up to 250 people can join a meeting, using the smartphones, tablets, PCs, phones, and meeting room devices.
Single touch join
Join easily with a single touch or click from your calendar, meeting reminder, or the Skype for Business client.
Multi-party HD video
Make video a more natural part of everyday business and collaboration, with 1080p resolution, and up to 6 people shown live simultaneously.
Focus on the things you're doing together, even when you’re far apart, with integrated real-time co-authoring, desktop sharing, application sharing, and PowerPoint presentations.
PSTN conferencing from Microsoft
PSTN conferencing from Microsoft allows anyone to join your Skype meetings using only a telephone. Useful for joining anytime a phone is more convenient than a tablet or PC, or anyplace without Internet access.
Local dial-in numbers
Easily join using the dial-in number automatically included in every Skype meeting invite, and choose a local dial-in number in many countries around the world to reduce calling charges.
Add a person to a Skype meeting in real-time simply by typing their phone number. Skype for Business dials them for you.
Meeting roster and controls
Use the Skype for Business meeting roster to see who has joined your meeting over the Internet and via phone, to see who’s speaking, and to mute people in noisy environments if needed.
Skype meeting devices
Extend the Skype meetings experience to every meeting space with audio, HD video, and content sharing.
Microsoft Surface Hub
Unlock the power of the group with Microsoft Surface Hub, a powerful team collaboration device designed to advance the way people work together naturally.
Skype Room Systems from partners
Transform meeting spaces ranging from small huddle areas to large conference rooms with a rich, collaborative Skype for Business experience that is simple to use, deploy, and manage. Start meetings on time with one-touch join, then instantly project to the display in the room and share to remote participants via their Skype for Business clients on smartphones or laptops. Select the right system and audio video peripherals from one of our partners, Logitech, Crestron, and Polycom.
Skype for Business provides voice-over-IP (VoIP) calling over your network and the Internet to users in your company, Skype for Business users in other companies, and Skype consumer users around the world. Users can easily add video or content sharing to any call.
Dial by name, from Office
Reach people easily, when you need them, with a single touch or click from your contact list in Skype for Business, or the contact card in any Office application.
Connect, communicate, and collaborate with colleagues, consumers, other businesses, and friends and family—anyone who uses Skype—with both voice and HD video.
Make and receive business calls in the office, at home, or on the road, using your business number on your smartphone, tablet, PC, or desk phone. With Office 365, your calls come to you.
Cloud Connectivity uses software on premises to connect existing telephone lines to Cloud PBX in Office 365. This allows customers to use Cloud PBX worldwide with calling services provided by the telco operator of their choice instead of using Microsoft PSTN calling.
Use existing telephone lines, phone numbers, and calling plans with Cloud PBX.
All versions of Skype for Business Server software include cloud connectivity. Use an existing Skype for Business Server installation if available, or setup a new, small footprint deployment. Migrate some or all of your users to Cloud PBX while still taking advantage of your existing telephone lines and services.