The night was dark, the sky was blue.
On your Lync Voice call no one knew,
All human earthly sounds interred
Only echoes and jitters were heard!
Welcome, foolish mortal, to my spine-tingling blog post that gets us cozy with the six deadly devils haunting your unified communications conference calls. There’s no turning back now.
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Do I perceive a cadaverous pallor betraying an aura of foreboding, almost as though you sense a disquieting metamorphosis? Do you see the devils lurking in your Skype for Business conference calls, wreaking havoc on productivity and driving users to find their own means of communicating?
Let’s explore those six deadly devils and determine if there is any way to exercise them from your Skype for Business / Lync.
Haunting Your Skype for Business Conference Calls
Is your face blanching now or is that the specter of your once vibrant and useful Enterprise Voice system? I don’t mean to scare you, but consider this dismaying observation: only 35% of Lync organizations have a quality of experience solution to exercise these demons from their Enterprise Voice deployments.
Before you call Ghost Busters, read this technical brief from Quest to learn how to take command of your unified communications systems today by improving quality of experience and driving away these devils.