Microsoft is introducing the Teams Shared Device License

Microsoft is introducing the Teams Shared Device License

Microsoft is introducing the Teams Shared Device License Microsoft Teams has evolved its software offerings to accommodate new workplace use cases and expanded device functionalities. The rebranding of the existing Common Area Phone (CAP) license to the Teams Shared Device license that enables broader functionalities by involving shared devices, will continue to support the existing user…

SIP Gateway to upgrade Skype for Business Online (3PIP) phones to Microsoft Teams

SIP Gateway boosts Skype to Teams upgrade

SIP Gateway boosts Skype to Teams upgrade In July 2021, Microsoft retired Skype for Business Online (SfBO). As a result, many organizations find themselves with the uncertainty of protecting the investment they have made in Skype for Business Online phones (3PIP phones). Therefore, Microsoft is announcing a solution to help them upgrade to Teams. Through SIP Gateway,…

Softphones are replacing deskphones due to remote work

Softphones are replacing deskphones due to remote work

Softphones are replacing deskphones due to remote work The rise of companies transitioning to remote and hybrid work continues. Therefore, organizations face obsolete systems, devices, and tools that do not allow business scalability, e.g., deskphones. Adopting the right infrastructure is crucial to ensure remote workers the flexibility they need to stay productive anywhere. UCaaS, VoIP, and softphones…

Device Trade-in program for Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams launches Device Trade-In program

Microsoft Teams launches Device Trade-In program Microsoft announced the new Device Trade-In program for its collaboration and communication platform Microsoft Teams. This program was created with the aim of making it easier for businesses to receive cash back for their existing meeting room video conferencing equipment and desktop phones when switching to Microsoft Teams. Device Trade-In program…