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Mythbusters: Skype and Teams

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Damien Margaritis (Lync MCM) and Loryan Strant (Office 365 MVP) bust the myths around the merger of Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business.
In this session we cover:
- Will Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams merge?
- How does this affect on-premises deployments?
- What's going to happen with conferencing and phone calls?
- What to use when?

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Mythbusters: Skype and Teams

  1. 1. Skype for Business is still available Skype for Business Server is evolving
  2. 2. Office 365 Groups Outer LoopInner Loop Files Sites Content SharePoint Email
  3. 3. Azure Office 365 platform and services Skype InfrastructureTeams Services Teams Clients
  4. 4. High Level Architecture Exchange Most recent files Telemetry Files Files Web Companions Notes Calendar AAD Identity Firehose Listener MessagingSettings and O365 access OneNote OneDrivefor business WAC Other Workloads SERVICES Key Microsoft Teams Skype services Azure and O365 Notification Hub Connectors Chat & Presence services Extensibility Next Gen Calling Audio / Video Search Experimentation MRU Teams services Email Service SMTP Desktop iOS App Android App Windows Phone App Electron Teams Calling Web SharePoint PSTN
  5. 5. Microsoft Teams Skype for Business Online Bringing together Skype for Business and Teams Commercial On-Premises Skype for Business Server Commercial Cloud (Office 365) Today
  6. 6. Microsoft Teams Bringing together Skype for Business and Teams Commercial On-Premises Skype for Business Commercial Cloud (Office 365) Tomorrow Server for voice, video and meetings O365 Upgrade Benefits Fewer apps, richer experiences Higher quality calling and meetings Rapid innovation of UC capabilities Continued Commitments Skype for Business Server Cloud voice and video Support for 3rd party devices & solutions
  7. 7. Side by Side
  8. 8. Side by Side with Notify
  9. 9. Teams Only *Skype for Business client still used to join Skype for Business meetings
  10. 10. Connected Meeting Lifecycle Experience before, during, after a meeting. A meeting object “connects” people, content and conversations Natural and Collaborative Experience Engaging face to face video Immersive content Rich sharing experiences Meeting Rooms Meetings Just Work Robust external meetings High reliability & A/V quality Across Desktop, Web, Mobile Teams Meeting Experiences
  11. 11. Connected Meetings Lifecycle Meetings within the context of a rich, ongoing dialog During a Meeting Join the meeting from any device Continue conversation with context Share desktop, apps & content Record a meeting Post Meeting Continue post meeting conversations Share with others (@mention) Schedule follow up meeting with context Playback a meeting Pre Meeting Ongoing conversation Prepare and discuss content Scheduling from Teams Scheduling from Outlook
  12. 12. Connected Meeting Lifecycle Experience before, during, after a meeting. A meeting object “connects” people, content and conversations Natural and Collaborative Experience Engaging face to face video Immersive content Rich sharing experiences Meeting Rooms Meetings Just Work Robust external meetings High reliability & A/V quality Across Desktop, Web, Mobile Teams Meeting Experiences
  13. 13. Connected Meeting Lifecycle Experience before, during, after a meeting. A meeting object “connects” people, content and conversations Natural and Collaborative Experience Engaging face to face video Immersive content Rich sharing experiences Meeting Rooms Teams Meeting Experiences Meetings Just Work Robust external meetings High reliability & A/V quality Across Desktop, Web, Mobile
  14. 14. TODO: Consistent content; Take out Recording Take out call controls Add 3d avatars Marketing review | Microsoft Teams
  15. 15. No user on state – just consumption Marketing review | Microsoft Teams
  16. 16. Meetings View Meeting Details Channel Meeting Mobile Meetings – iOS and Android
  17. 17. Mobile Meetings – iOS and Android Immersive video Content view
  18. 18. • SfB Teams Meetings different • Teams next-gen stack cloud services • SfB client cannot join a Teams meeting • IT can control type of meetings • Teams users use the SfB client to join SfB meetings Skype for Business vs Teams Meetings
  19. 19. Video Interop for Skype for Business https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/mt779140
  20. 20. Cloud Video Interop for Teams – Three Partners
  21. 21. • Scheduled Meetings • Outlook Calendar Integration • Meetings on Mobile devices • ‘Guest’ Access • PowerShell cmdlets (Public Beta)
  22. 22. What about my on-premises investment?
  23. 23. Preview Mid 2018 | Release Late 2018 Office 2019 Server
  24. 24. Continuing commitment to – on-premise and hybrid customer needs Refreshed Mainstream Support Quality, Security and Performance Fixes Refreshed Skype for Business Clients IT Pro and Voice Centric release Cloud Connected Analytics and Voice Apps Improved Teams Interop Targeting Late 2018
  25. 25. Server 2013  Server 2019 Server 2015  Server 2019 Minimum of: Windows 2016 & SQL 2016
  26. 26. Teams Skype for Business Online Skype for Business Server 2019 Call Analytics and Retention in one portal for all users
  27. 27. Voicemail Service Auto Attendant Call Queues One Experience for all users
  28. 28. Preview mid 2018 / Release late 2018 No Standard Edition, only Enterprise Edition Supported side by side migration from Lync 2013/SfB 2015 Continued commitment from MS for on-prem and hybrid deployments Skype for Business Server 2019 can leverage cloud developed technologies for your on-premises users
  29. 29. Damien Margaritis Loryan Strant damien.margaritis@insynctech nology.com.au @DMUnifieid loryan@loryanstrant.com @LoryanStrant www.talkingteams.tv

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