Overall Satisfaction with Skype for Business (formerly Lync)
Skype for Business (formerly Lync) was being used on occasion for quick meetings. We enjoyed the easy-to-navigate user interface. If only our wifi was strong at the time of use. If you are looking for a great video conferencing tool that allows you to chat during calls and again the ease of use was a major selling point.
- Group chat during conferences to keep from interrupting the flow of the meeting.
- Ability to use MS Office Applications and collaborate as you move through the meeting when needed. Especially helpful when building manuals.
- Cell phone interface for chat makes it so much easier to have your meeting anywhere you are able to connect to the internet.
- Skype has come a long way and all the improvements make me feel that there isn't a need to use any other program. Unless...almost forgot...if you have really low RAM on your laptop it can cause some programs to slow down. Not a fault of Skype...more an internal tools issue.
Do you think Skype for Business, now part of Microsoft Teams delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Skype for Business, now part of Microsoft Teams's feature set?
Did Skype for Business, now part of Microsoft Teams live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Skype for Business, now part of Microsoft Teams go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Skype for Business, now part of Microsoft Teams again?
Skype for Business has met every challenge that we presented. We used it for manual creations and quick group huddles. Again the chat interface allows you to stay connected with the group and allow [you] to ask and answer questions without interrupting the flow of the meeting. I do not see any occasion that Skype for Business would not be the first choice for our business needs. Currently, we are using Teams Interface now... [a] little temperamental...but due to remote bandwidth and internal RAM of some users, we've lowered our needs. Can't wait to go back to Skype for Business.