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Interview with Founder of Quicklaunch

Posted by Emily Richards on Nov 6, 2018 7:55:00 AM

This week on ConferenceCast we talked to Angela Hlavka the founder of UC Workspace. Angela gave us insights and updates on their product Quicklaunch. Listen to or read the interview below.

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Topics: Video Conferencing, web conferencing, room booking, WebEX, skype for business, huddle room

How to host FREE Webinars with Skype and Facebook or YouTube Live

Posted by Paul Richards on Sep 26, 2016 12:16:56 PM

Howdy friends and followers! I’ve been meaning to sit down and write a “how to” article about setting up free webinars for a while now. We stopped using services GoToMeeting, WebEX and Zoom Webinar for a long time now, because they charge way too much money and reduce our overall ability to reach new audiences. In this blog post, I will review our tried and true method for hosting free webinars on the YouTube Live or Facebook Live platforms with the video conference software of your choice.

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Topics: Webinars, skype for business, Live Streaming, Skype Meeting Broadcast

Skype Meeting Broadcast - The professional YouTube Live

Posted by Paul Richards on May 10, 2016 2:19:53 PM

I got a chance to sign up for a Skype Meeting Broadcast preview at (https://www.skypepreview.com/) and I have to say this is pretty impressive. I think Microsoft is on to something BIG here and in this blog post I will compare and contrast Skype Meeting Broadcast with YouTube Live.

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Topics: skype for business, Skype Meeting Broadcast

Our favorite Skype for Business tips and tricks from Microsoft & others

Posted by Paul Richards on Sep 20, 2015 12:01:00 PM

Hello Skype4B users!

Microsoft & Skype for Business have posted several useful shortcuts and tips to make everyday users lives easier. We compiled a list of these tips and added our own that we think you will find useful. Skype for Business is already a simple, easy to use, video conferencing software. The familiar Skype "look and feel" integrated with the Office 365 and/or Lync unified communications platform is one of industries best. 

Enjoy :)

1. Auto Accept

When you see an incoming invitation this is the easiest way to confirm you are able to attend. Simply press windows key and the "A" key at the same time and you will accept the calendar invitation. 

2. Meet Now

Meet Now is the easiest way to launch an "ad-hoc" Skype for Business Meeting. Simply pressing "Alt" + "M" at the same time will launch a video call where you instantly start inviting contacts from your organization. This will pull up the Skype for Business client and a video meeting will be automatically set up and ready to start. 

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Topics: Microsoft Lync, How To, skype for business

Skype Update

Posted by Paul Richards on Jul 27, 2015 8:00:00 AM

After Microsoft acquired Skype in May 2011, we started to see some changes in the way Skype worked so let us take a look at how Skype works right now.

At the moment, the free Skype desktop application is not only an easy to use IM application but is also one of the most commonly used audio and video call service across the globe. Skype for Business on the other hand is currently a secure and reliable way for companies and businesses for all sizes to organize video and audio conferences, consisting of up to 250 people while also letting you organize and send memos about future meetings through outlook.

Recently however, Microsoft has announced their plans to completely change the way Skype works, both for desktops and businesses. Let's take a look at these changes.

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Topics: skype for business

Microsoft is Bringing the Pen Back to Your Business Meetings

Posted by Paul Richards on Jul 23, 2015 8:00:00 AM

The Stylus Pen that is, with new the Crestron RL Microsoft Surface Solution

At its Windows 10 event, Microsoft introduced two extraordinary devices – HoloLens and Surface Hub. Surface Hub is a large touchscreen display with integrated computer and stylu support. It is designed specifically for businesses and can be utilized in video conference meetings. The Surface Hub is an ideal solution for group collaboration during meetings allowing a more interactive session across the members.

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Topics: skype for business

How to Schedule a Skype for Business meeting with Google Calendars

Posted by Paul Richards on Jul 22, 2015 1:42:47 PM

Hello AV & IT Pros!

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Topics: Google Calendar, skype for business

Skype Room Systems, Only for the Elite?

Posted by Paul Richards on Jul 21, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Skype Room Systems Evaluated for Every Business


Hello IT & AV Pros!

Video conferencing systems specifically designed for Skype for Business are becoming a big deal these days! Specifically built to leverage the awesome power of Skype for Business, these systems are available from Crestron, SMART, Polycom and Unyfy. Today more than ever professionals are looking for the best price to performance ratio when investing in assets for their business. In this blog post, we will compare four top manufacturers which provide these "Skype Room Systems".

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Topics: skype for business

Amazon Paves the Way for VTC Customer Service

Posted by Paul Richards on Jul 9, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Amazon VideoTeleConference Customer Care


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Topics: skype for business

The Future of International Business is Here.

Posted by Paul Richards on Jun 29, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Skype Translate is revolutionizing the world of international business

In December last year, Skype launched its Translate app preview which will revolutionize video calling forever. We live in a technological world where everyone is connected with their friends, family and colleagues through social media and social networking apps. The only barrier that stops us from connecting with new people is language. Language is the biggest barrier in communication even though English is the most commonly spoken language, still more than half of the 7 billion people on this planet cannot communicate in English.

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Topics: audio conferencing, Audio Visual Advice, Microsoft Lync, skype for business


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