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Skype for Business rolls out for Office365

On April 14, 2015, the Skype for Business client will be available for Office365 organizations via Click to Run. Now that Lync is joining the Skype family, the Skype for Business client and the Skype for Business Online experience will expose users to a new user interface, without losing the security and control of Lync. Microsoft has built a number of resources to help roll this change out to users in your organization.

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Lync is becoming Skype for Business

Changes are coming to Lync Online in Office 365. Lync is joining the Skype family, so in the coming months, Lync will be changing to Skype for Business. Please check back because this page will be updated frequently to provide you with important information about the Skype for Business client and the Skype for Business Online service. Microsoft hopes that by giving you this information, it will help you through this transition.
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Office 365 Description

Here is a very clever and pretty fresh papers set, describing what can you have with Office 365. It literally may help one to get understand what can be and what cannot be done with Exchange Online or Lync Online for example.

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Office 365 is a suite of Internet-based services that are designed to help meet your needs for robust security, 24/7 reliability, and user productivity. This set of documents provides service descriptions for the components of the suite.

Microsoft Exchange Online for Enterprises Service Description – Microsoft Exchange Online is a hosted messaging solution that delivers the capabilities of Microsoft Exchange Server as a cloud-based service. It gives users rich and familiar access to email, calendar, contacts, and tasks across PCs, the web, and mobile devices.

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What’s New in Exchange 2013

Here we go – very interesting Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 webcast about a new rich set of technologies, features, and services to the Exchange Server.

Exchange Server 2013 architecture has been re-engineered to reduce the total cost of ownership whether you deploy Exchange 2013 on-premises or provision your mailboxes in the cloud.

In this webcast, Scott Schnoll discusses the new architecture and functionality in Exchange Server 2013, that enable organizations to implement Office365 integration, as well as SharePoint and Lync cloud services, and provide more of high availability to the messaging infrastructure.

As far as I currently implement Office365 and Exchange On-premises infrastructure integration project for one of our customers – discussing the topic is very welcome!