Using Skype for Business
Skype For Business Lands on the Mac . This week Microsoft announced the launch of Skype for Business for Mac Preview. Which is the business-driven version of Skype aim at corporate clients.
At launch, both individuals and IT managers will be able to sign-up. (although the latter will be getting priority) And try the service with all its enterprise capabilities. Which bring added security benefits, a spur-of-the-moment ‘Meet Now’ chatting option. The ability to use multiple accounts, Outlook and Office apps integration. And calling that allows you to video chat with up to 250 people.
According to Microsoft, the Mac software will be rolling out in a number of different stages. Before it comes to an official, public launch. Right now those interested can head to Skype Preview and request an invite. Once an IT manager has received theirs. They can then share it among their business to test it out on a wider scale.
Later this year the next stage will roll out and bring. With it instant messaging and a handy contacts list pop-up. Skype For Business Lands on the Mac .
To enjoy the best that Skype offers, download the app. And if you don’t want todownload the Skype app, try using Skype for Web from any supported webbrowser. To try Skype without downloading or signing up, you will need an internet connection.
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