Return on investement of Skype for business
Overall Satisfaction with Skype
- Productivity savings, by leveraging Skype for Business for remote meetings versus traveling and using other conferencing solutions
- a steady increase in hard cost savings with the reduction and eventual discontinuation of our PBX and conferencing.
- Using it for calls within branches and call the customer
I used BlueJeans for the first time recently, and it worked relatively well, although there was some delay in audio/video transmittal. The video also cut out here and there or froze. Altogether, it was about the same average quality as most video conferencing tools that I have used.
There was a free trial available, and it is rumored to work with Skype, as long as you send the correct invitation format to the person using Skype.
The video quality was not fantastic. However, after only using it once, I cannot be positive that issues I encountered were not due to my wifi quality at the time.
Someone cannot access emergency numbers through Skype in an emergency except in specific communities or jurisdictions. Individuals could call non-emergency phone numbers that could then relay their needs to the appropriate department, but this would create delays in service implementation. Under the current structure, modern phone services are still more reliable.