Posts Tagged ‘Office 365’

Yesterday Microsoft published a blog article, which announced their plans to revoke support for the existing Azure application ID leveraged by their 3rd party device vendors. The existing application ID is embedded within each respective device firmware and today this is pointed at an Azure application hosted within Microsoft’s tenant. Microsoft’s goal here is for […]

Friday, April 26th, 2019 at 12:29 | 2 comments
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For folks that are either trialing RealConnect for Office 365 or have purchased this solution from Polycom they may already be aware that this solution leverages a new scheduling service from Microsoft – referred to as “Modern Scheduling”. This can only be utilized via an updated Skype for Business add-in which is shipped as a […]

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 at 09:00 | 0 comments
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Almost a year ago Polycom and Microsoft jointly announced at Enterprise Connect a new cloud video interoperability service – RealConnect for Office 365. Following this announcement I wrote a post that covered this in more details and talked about this on Microsoft’s Skype for Business broadcast vlog. We’re now in preview within the US and I wanted […]

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 at 15:08 | 0 comments
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As many of you are no doubt already aware Skype for Business on-premises provides a mechanism for users to easily sign into IP telephony devices, this process is referred to as PIN authentication. It provides end-users with an easy way to authenticate with Skype for Business without the need to input a full username and password […]

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 at 12:50 | 0 comments
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I thought I’d share a video I was asked to put together that illustrated Lync client behavior when a user is migrated from a Lync On-Premises deployment to Lync Online. Prior to executing the PowerShell below I needed to complete a “Split-Domain” Lync deployment which I covered in a separate article here. PowerShell commands: $creds=Get-Credential | […]

Friday, January 30th, 2015 at 01:34 | 2 comments
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A year ago I posted an article that detailed an update for the CX7000, specifically version 1.1, this introduced a number of new features one major feature being support for Office 365. However there was a calendaring limitation, the scenario is whereby you book a meeting and invite the CX7000 or mailbox associated to the […]

Friday, August 30th, 2013 at 19:44 | 0 comments
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