Skype for Business Server

The March 2021 cumulative update for Skype for Business Server 2019 includes general availability of the Modern Admin Control, replacing the previous Silverlight-based control panel.

Illustration shows likely releases and retirements of Skype for Business Server and related software and services.

The next version of Skype for Business Server is planned for the second half of 2021 and will require subscription licenses for updates and support.

On-Premises Diagnostics for Skype for Business Server can help diagnose common issues in on-premises and hybrid deployments.

This Webinar discusses recent updates and additions to Teams, interaction between Skype for Business and Teams during your organization's migration, and what customers can expect of the rapidly-evolving service in the coming year.

Chart summarizes the operation of the multiple coexistence modes available for Teams and Skype for Business.

Understanding how Teams and Skype for Business can coexist and interoperate is key for migration to Teams.

Skype for Business Online will retire on July 31, 2021, and Office 365 customers will be onboarded directly to Teams starting Sept. 1, 2019.

This webinar discusses the state of Microsoft's on-premises servers and hosted services for collaboration, which on-premises servers and hosted collaboration services are most likely to see future development and enhancements, and the pressures customers could face staying with on-premises servers.
This Webinar provides an overview of the Office 2019 wave of application servers, the capabilities they do and don’t provide, and what customers should know before upgrading.