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SfB Broadcast – Episode 49: 3 ways to bring your VTC into a modern meeting

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August 21, 2017

Latest Skype Broadcast features Pexip

Episode 49 of Microsoft’s popular Skype for Business Broadcast featured Pexip’s VP of Strategic Alliances, Eddie Clifton. Meeting up with Microsoft Skype for Business Sr. Product Marketing Manager Delanda Coleman, the two had a great conversation about how to bring your existing VTC into modern meetings.

You can watch the 40-minute show here:

As the conversation emerges, Clifton and Coleman dicuss the ever-present importance of system interoperabilityscalability and user experience, and outline some of the challenges met by enterprises.

In addition, the conversation covers the three most common ways to add existing videoconferencing users to Skype meetings:

  • Joining a scheduled Skype meeting
  • Making an ad-hoc point-to-point call in either direction
  • Escalating a conversation by dragging and dropping a VTC user from the Contacts list into a call

Ending with Q&A

As the SfB Broadcast is a live event, and broadcast from Microsoft’s Redmond campus, it ends with a Q&A session answering questions that have been asked during the show, covering such topics as pricing and licensing models, Outlook scheduling, if one needs to use plugins, and much more.

Tom Banks;Digital Marketing Manager
Tom Banks
Digital Marketing Manager
Tom has a background in content marketing and digital marketing. Before joining Pexip he worked with a number of technology brands in Scandinavia, the UK, and the US, helping them to engage in better conversations with users. He loves solving the puzzle of how to communicate with users the benefits of technology in the most effective way. As someone with a special interest in communication and how people interact, Tom loves how cloud video gives creativity the opportunity to grow across geographical boundaries. Tom has lived in the US, the UK, and Norway, and holds an MA in Media and Cultural Politics from the University of East Anglia (UK). He also has an incurable weakness for bad puns.

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