Your organization underwent an Office 365 deployment; all the internal communication issues have been resolved and the Skype for Business is working wonderfully. But what if we could tell you that you can enhance the functionality of your Skype for Business Cloud PBX? And also get to avail more features? Read ahead to see what we are talking about.
Skype for Business Cloud PBX Widens Your Communication Reach!
Skype for Business works amazingly well for internal organizational communication. Or when you have to contact someone using Skype, Skype for business or Lync. But what about when you don’t have to reach someone who doesn’t have these apps, or you have a contact number for someone you want to reach? The answer to this is quite simple. With the Skype for Business Cloud PBX, even that is possible!
Skype for business Cloud PBX enables the users to call landlines and mobile phones via using the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) feature. It is available for users having accounts in Office 365, on-premises Skype for Business Server or Lync Server 2013.
You must remember that PSTN isn’t part of Office 365. Or different deployments of Skype for Business, whether online or On Premise. It is the Cloud PBX feature that enables call controls, and PBX capabilities. It allows the replacing of the any existing PBX system, with a set of features that are directly linked with Office 365, and can be integrated into your organization’s overall cloud productivity experience.
With Cloud PBX, Skype for Business will have call control functionality features like
- PTSN calls on landlines and mobile phones
- Placing and receiving calls
- Transferring calls
- Muting and unmuting calls
To learn more about Skype for Business Cloud PBX, and how you can avail the PSTN integration feature to enhance your business’s functionality, please feel free to contact us at www.communicationsquare.com/contact.