Microsoft Skype for Business is a professional collaboration software tailored for corporate environments. Users seek communications tools that make their work easier and are available anywhere, anytime, including within the context of other applications. Microsoft Skype for Business 2015 and 2019 provides a single interface that unites voice communications, IM, and audio, video, and Web conferencing into a richer, more contextual offering.
HC Skype for Business Module furnishes service providers the flexibility and control they need to manage and provision their communications infrastructure efficiently. It provides a centralized platform for communications-enabled business processes and management.Request Demo Request a Quote
Web based creation of Lync/Skype for Business users in Active Directory.
Web based creation of organizations (O.U) in Active Directory.
Web based creation of SIP Domains in Lync/ Skype for Business server.
Share Organization's users with Exchange, SharePoint and BlackBerry .
Ability to set Call Forwarding for Lync/Skype for Business users.
Ability to set Lync/Skype for Business users Telephony Options.
Set Lync User's General Profile information at the time of creation.
Ability to change Lync/Skype for Business user's password.
Edit/Update Lync/Skype for Business user's General Profile information.
Ability to Enable Lync/Skype for Business user's status.
Users Segregation and Multi Tenancy.
Assign Lync/Skype for Business policies to users.
HC Skype for Business is designed to communicate over Remote PowerShell. The underlying architecture makes certain that the actual Skype for Business Front-End servers are free from unwarranted installations and as isolated as possible. This gives rise to the notion of a neat and clean environment built for greater efficiency.
Organizations normally insist on completely secluded Skype for Business servers, able to communicate only through Remote PowerShell, due to the following considerations and constraints:
Control Server is the server with the Primary installer and constitutes the backbone of HC10. It's responsible for provisioning, database, system and task scheduler operations.
Complete the configurations by logging on as Admin. Specify a hypothetical server in the panel and designate it a Friendly Name. Next specify the IP and Admin credentials for the actual Skype for Business Front-End server.
The Control Server connects to the actual Skype for Business Front-End servers via Remote PowerShell for the purpose of provisioning, without any need of an HC installation on the Skype for Business Front-End server itself. Hit the "Check Connectivity" button to verify the connection and start provisioning Skype for Business users, SIP domains and much more through HC10. It's as simple as that!