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Current Surface Hub Options for Skype for Business Online & Teams

The Microsoft Surface Hub has been a popular choice for a next generation collaboration device for Skype for Business & Teams with it’s immersive and feature rich meeting experiences. As organizations migrate to the cloud and look to upgrade their collaboration devices, this quick post addresses a common question – does the shipping version of Surface Hub support Microsoft Teams, and is it worth waiting for the newly announced Surface Hub 2.0?

If you are not familiar with the Microsoft Surface Hub collaboration experience, there are some quick videos here which illustrate the power of this device within a meeting room setting.

Surface Hub 2 Not Widely Available . . . → Read More: Current Surface Hub Options for Skype for Business Online & Teams

Basic Requirements for Enabling a Lync User for PSTN Dial-In Conferencing

The world of UC and Lync is complex – especially when it comes down to remembering specific details of what configuration is required to enable specific feature sets. One of the goals of this blog has always been to make it extremely easy to remember basic important details at a moments notice.

Recently I had to reacquaint myself (again!) with the steps for enabling a user for PSTN dial-in conferencing.

Once the Lync system is completely configured and able to host PSTN dial-in conferences, the four key requirements you need to remember about enabling a Lync user are:

They do NOT need to be enabled for Enterprise Voice. To DO . . . → Read More: Basic Requirements for Enabling a Lync User for PSTN Dial-In Conferencing