Simplify your infrastructure, and enable collaboration with Skype for Business
One platform for calling, conferencing and sharing
Skype for Business provides a unified platform for instant messaging, HD video conferencing, and sharing. Skype for Business integrates seamlessly with Office 365, allowing your employees to collaborate via instant messaging straight from the documents that they are working on, check their online status, and schedule meetings quickly and efficiently. Content and Code will work with you to understand your unified communications requirements, and create a solution that works for your business.
Skype for Business enables employees to schedule and join business critical meetings at the single click of a button, from anywhere and from any device. Simple.
Seamless Office 365 integration
Employees can collaborate seamlessly from Office 365 productivity tools with Office 365. Employees can be more productive by utilising the easy communication methods of Skype for Business.
HD video conferencing
Enterprise organisations need the capability to broadcast to large audiences. With Skype for Business this is done in full HD, with the ability to integrate with Yammer, and even hold live polls.
Utilise Skype for Business with Office 365
Content and Code are most trusted Microsoft Office 365 partner in the UK. Our aim is to help organisations realise measurable benefits from any Office 365 investment, helping them not only deliver on immediate goals but making sure that productivity and collaboration is at the heart of what they do every step of the journey.
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