Do you see there being a period of coexistence where you have some users on Skype for Business and some on your existing PBX’s? If so, for how long?
If you integrate your existing telephony systems with Skype for Business you can seamlessly make and receive calls between the two systems, for free, using your existing 4-digit extension numbers. Alternatively, they’d be two different systems and calls between the two would effectively be paid for external calls. What’s your view on this?
Skype Meeting Broadcast is a new feature that enables you to schedule, produce, and broadcast meetings or events to online audiences up to 10,000 attendees. What’s the likelihood of you ever using that feature?
Where is your current server infrastructure hosted?
Is there capacity for adding more virtual servers?
Do you have a free choice at the moment as to which telephony provider you work
How important is it to you going for that you can choose your own provider and
tariff to get the best available pricing?
Do you have a contact centre?
Do you want the contact centre to run on Skype for Business in the near future or
will it remain on the current, on-premise platform for the time being?
For many of our customers, especially those that have large or many national or
global offices, when external communications are down they still want to be able to
make and receive internal calls. To what extent does that apply to your
Do your users currently have the ability to pick up other people’s calls? Often
known as hunt groups or call pickup groups?
Does that functionality have to exist in your next phone system or would the
business be happy to do without it?
Do you have a video conferencing infrastructure such as Polycom, Cisco or