SKYPE FOR BUSINESS GUIDES
Skype for Business Guides
In this introduction to the three-part series, Deploying Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition, you'll learn about the Cloud Connector topology and prerequisites used in the demonstrated scenario.
In part one of this three-part series, you'll see how to prepare two Cloud Connector appliances for deployment, and to create a base VHDX for the Cloud Connector virtual machines.
In part two of this three-part series, you'll see how to deploy the first Cloud Connector appliance, configure your Office 365 tenant to support hybrid voice scenarios, and verify that PBX calling is functioning in your organization.
In part three of this three-part series, you'll see how to deploy the second Cloud Connector appliance and complete the single PSTN site high availability configuration, and then configure and test Cloud Connector high availability.
In this interactive guide, you'll see how to configure Office 365 users with PSTN Conferencing and assign Microsoft as the conferencing provider so they can host or create online meetings that people can dial-in to using only their phone, even without Internet access.
In this interactive guide, you'll see how to enable Office 365 users with PSTN Calling by assigning calling plans, creating emergency locations, and acquiring and assigning PSTN phone numbers so users can make and receive calls using their Skype for Business client.
In this interactive guide, you'll see how to configure auto attendants and call queues in Skype for Business Online so that people who telephone your organization reach an intelligent virtual receptionist that helps them navigate the menu system with interactive prompts, and then automatically routes calls to the correct party.