Microsoft announced today that Skype for Business for Mac is now generally available. The firm also announced updates to Skype for Business on Android and iOS.
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Businesses interested in field testing a preview version of Skype for Business for Mac can now do so: Microsoft announced today that the Public Preview is now starting and will expand over the coming weeks.
Microsoft on Wednesday delivered a non-preview Skype for Business mobile app on Android. The app follows releases on Windows phones and iOS.
Microsoft announced that Skype for Business iOS is now available as a new universal app in the iTunes Store. The Android version is due "later this year."
Microsoft announced today that it has shipped very early preview versions of its Skype for Business app for both Android and iOS.
Microsoft announced last night that the Skype for Business app for Windows Phone is now available, replacing Lync and adding a new look and new features.
At its Ignite conference today in Chicago, Microsoft announced a number of updates that it will provide for Skype for Business in the coming months. This summer, the product will be updated with new attachment and co-authoring features. And later in 2015, Skype for Business will be able to broadcast meetings to up to 10,000 […]
Microsoft announced today that Skype for Business—the new version of Lync—is now generally available (GA). Office 2013 users will get the new client in the April update, while Office 365 customers can expect Skype for Business to rollout by the end of May. “Delivering technology that helps people connect—to discuss, share and collaborate—is core to Microsoft’s […]
As expected, Microsoft officially launched a Skype for Business technical preview today at the Convergence 2015 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. This product will replace Lync in the market and as its name suggests, it picks up compatibility with Skype and some familiar Skype user experience elements. Here’s what’s new. New user experience. Skype for Business […]
Last year, Microsoft announced that it would rebrand its Lync communications solution as Skype for Business sometime in the first half of 2015. Well, it’s happening next week: Skype for Business launches on March 18. “The next version of Lync will become Skype for Business with a new client experience, new server release, and updates […]