Microsoft has announced it will drop Skype for Business Online, as it pushes customers onto its Microsoft Teams unified comms system instead. In a blog post, Microsoft's senior product marketing manager, James Skay, said that the vendor will be encouraging customers to make the transition ahead of the cut-off date for Skype for Business Online on July 31, 2021. "Starting September 1, 2019, we will on board all new Office 365 customers directly to Teams for chat, meetings, and calling," he said....
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