Skype for Business (formerly Microsoft Lync and Office Communicator) is business instant messaging software developed by Microsoft as part of the Microsoft Office suite. It is designed for use with the on-premise Skype for Business Server software and a software as a service version offered as part of Office 365. It supports text, audio and video chat and integrates with Microsoft Office components such as Exchange and Share point.
In 2015, the software was rebranded from Lync to Skype for Business, along with the Microsoft-powered consumer messaging platform Skype (which began integrating with Lync in 2013).
In September 2017, Microsoft announced it would discontinue Skype for Business in favor of Microsoft Teams, a new cloud-based collaboration platform. Support for Skype for Business Online ends in July 2021, and Skype for Business Server 2019 will receive extended support through October 14, 2025.
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OEM Office Elearning Menu offers Skype for Business e-learning, In-company training and related online courses to also prepare you online for a corresponding certification. The teachers are not only certified, but also have many years of practical experience. This gives you the same knowledge and experience as with classic training. In addition, we also offer depending on the course Exam quizzes, Online mentor (if available) via chat or e-mail, MeasureUp exam simulation (if available (sometimes extra charge)), Live Labs (if available (extra charge)) and Tips and Tricks On.
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