Australian private cloud provider ITonCloud says it has become the country's first IT provider to offer the full functionality of Skype for Business, including voice, messaging and video capabilities, integrated into its virtual cloud desktop platform using Citrix.
By Sreeni Raghavan, CEO, TeleApps
For years, deploying a business telephony solution involved installing phone systems in comms rooms, dedihonycated cabling and handsets on desks. Controlled by a PBX in larger firms or operating as a key system for SMBs, this infrastructure delivered all that was required to support day-to-day activity.
As Microsoft grows beyond the desktop environment it has long dominated, Skype for Business is carving out a growing share of the market for unified communications. But with different deployment options, licensing models, and integration considerations, businesses must think carefully before taking the plunge.
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