Since last September's Microsoft’s Ignite 2017 conference in Orlando where the company announced that Microsoft Teams will be the future successor to Skype for Business, many customers have been deploying Microsoft Teams as the all-up client to meet the collaboration and communication demands of today's modern workplace. Microsoft Teams brings together many of Office365 services in one place and supersedes Skype's unified communications with intelligent communications. Even now Microsoft is busy porting over all of the calling and conferencing capabilities from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams and new features are being brought in continuously. This blog post covers some of the features of running Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams side-by-side and what interoperability features are available at the time of this writing.
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