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We enable organizations using Microsoft Skype for Business/ Lync to easily incorporate a real-time presence-enabled, web chat service on their website.
For example, the company added web-based Skype support to and launched improved push notifications for Windows Phone 8 (even when the app isn’t running) and similar features that its more centralized architecture now enable.
Note: The Office 365 Software Settings website may advise users to manually configure the internal/ external server name.
Our hosted version of Web Chat works on O365, Lync 2013 (online / on premise) and Skype for Business (online / on premise) and as long as your company is federated with Enabling Technologies Inc (enablingtechcorp.com), then you can take advantage of this easy to implement Live Chat solution.
It’s unclear when exactly this capability will start rolling out beyond Microsoft’s vague statement that it’s coming “over the next few months,” however.
Microsoft has recently poured a significant amount of resources into the Skype platform.
Not only has it rolled out a new backend architecture that de-emphasizes the peer-to-peer nature of Skype in favor of more centralized services, but it’s also added a number of new features based on these changes.
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If you use Skype on your phone and desktop, you know how annoying its inability to effectively keep your chat message status in sync between different machines can be.