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Skype for Business
Skype for Business
Skype for Business features
Built for business, made by Microsoft.
Expertly manage your online meetings with advanced calling options, like muting one or all participants and transferring presenter control. Trust in business-quality meetings with encrypted video and audio streams, and 24/7 phone support when needed.
Unlimited number of meetings
Free online meetings for up to 10 people without a subscription.*
Invite your team with a personalized link.
Set up and join from a PC/Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Share your screen or a file. Give and take control.
Send instant messages during business meetings to offer new ideas.
Present with interactive tools, with annotation, highlighting, and laser pointer.
Draft, draw and edit together like being in the same room.
Custom built accessories
Make your meetings even better with certified USB speakerphones, HD cameras, and headsets.
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