Many enterprise IT organizations are looking at Microsoft Skype for Business to provide the pathway from basic IM/presence to full-fledged unified communications. That brings a wholesale commitment to voice and video conferencing, and beyond. But, too often, they're forgetting critical steps that'll ensure widespread success.
Last week in Chicago was the final stop of the four-city Enterprise Connect Tour, "Implementing Microsoft Lync/Skype for Business in Your Enterprise." If you missed the tour, no worries. You still have time to get expert insight on implementing Skype for Business during an Enterprise Connect Virtual Event taking place this Wednesday, Sept. 30, from noon to 5:00 p.m. ET. Register now, and join us for our virtual conference and exhibition.
To prime your appetite for the valuable Skype for Business content you are sure to find at the virtual event, I've pulled together seven common mistakes some of our panelists said they see when working with enterprises on UC deployments: