Come join @Sean Wilson and@Lester Hewettas they walk through the most recent updates to the Skype Operations Framework. They will discuss all about what is coming in SOF v3 and how the framework is being applied across all types of customer and partner practices.
We are conducting research to better understand the usage of different voice services. Microsoft has built a strong portfolio of voice services and we are looking to feedback to help us form the future of Microsoft Voice Services.
If you have a few minutes, we would love to hear your feedback on Voice Services here:
But for testing purposes it could sometimes useful not to need the dock. When you want to install the Surface, you need the Power and Volume Button to boot from a USB Stick, and in the Logitech Dock, you can't use the Volume one.
I am a little confused on something. I have office 365 with hosted exchange, and with SfB On Premise. Our hybrid is all setup and we can move users into the cloud, and even have PSTN services configure for on-premise. I want to setup a SrS but deliver PSTN services to the room too so people can call directly in an out. Do I need to move the SfB user to O365 to do this? I can create the room no problem in O365. But stumped on the PSTN Part.
We have a need to set a retention policy of 14 days for voicemail in a users inbox due to eDiscovery. This seems to be available only for on premise use and not Skype for Business Online. Is this the case or are we missing something?
If not, are there any 3rd party products which we accomplish this with?
The work-around is to use MFA App Passwords, however, we shouldn't have to do that since the documentation states that the Skype for Business PC client is supposed to work because according to these two articles:
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