Join David Elfassy for an in-depth discussion in this video Create and manage Skype for Business, part of Office 365: Deployment.
- [Voiceover] Now there's another product…that's part of the Office 365 suite…that has also been around for a very long time…and that is quite mature.…It used to be called the Office Communication Server,…and then the Link Server, and now it's called…the Skype for Business Server.…Skype for Business not to be confused with Skype,…a public product that is available to any user…out on the internet that wants to purchase the app…or use the free version of the app can use…this Skype functionality.…
Now that's not what we're talking about,…we're talking about Skype for Business.…Skype for Business is a much more rich functionality…with a fully functional client application…that is available both as a web-based product…or as a fully downloadable product.…So Skype for Business will allow you to have online meetings…and to have instant messaging conversations…as well as sharing data and sharing interfaces…through the Skype for Business's clients.…In order to manage my Skype for Business settings,…I'm going to open up the Skype for Business admin center…
This course details the process of moving your network to Office 365 by deploying a new Office 365 subscription. David Elfassy covers creating user accounts, adding domains, and configuring email, directories, conferencing, file sharing, and valuable business services such as PowerShell and SharePoint. Watch these tutorials to deploy your own implementation of Office 365 or to see if this technology fits your enterprise needs.
- Using FastTrack to prepare for Office 365
- Creating Office 365 user accounts
- Adding domains
- Configuring Outlook and Skype
- Configuring sharing and shared mailboxes
- Troubleshooting an Office 365 deployment
- Configuring PowerShell
- Creating SharePoint services