Notes taken from the Ignite session – Call quality management for Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams Presented by William Looney and Troy Funk Key takeaways Microsoft provide “top down” and “bottom up” tooling for checking...Read More
Author: Ben Lee
Notes taken from the Ignite session – Plan your UC refresh correctly: Skype for Business on-premises vNext by Daniel Strader. Session summary So the key points here are: SfB on-prem will have another release This release...Read More
I’ve been playing with a 360 degree camera, hit the full screen button for the full effect… Expo floor MS Skype / Teams stand briefing Expo floor Expo floor MS area Skype / Teams “general session” keynote...Read More
So today the cat is out of the bag with regards to the future of Skype for Business and Teams (sort of). Check out this blog from Lori Wright (general manager for Microsoft Teams and Skype product marketing) – A new vision...Read More
Microsoft, back in 2016, released the Microsoft Network Assessment Tool for doing a basic check of connection quality to Skype for Business Online / Teams / O365 (see Randy’s blog for more info). This tool gives you a Pass/Fail based on four network metrics (Packet Loss, Round Trip Time, Jitter, Packet Reorder) for the 90th percentile average of the time you ran the tool.
I decided that while the tool is pretty helpful it could do so much more, so with a bit of PowerShell and a splash of PowerBI I’ve hopefully transformed its output into something richer and far more useful.
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