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Skype for Business

Skype for Business is a unified communications solution, using Voice Over IP (VoIP) technology, from Microsoft that facilitates online collaboration through a rich set of integrated features. Pace students, faculty and staff can use the software to communicate with their colleagues in new and exciting ways. With Skype for Business, users can see one another’s presence and availability status and engage in instant messaging, voice, audio conferencing, video conferencing and collaboration-enabled shared workspaces, among other capabilities. Skype for Business provides a seamless integration with Microsoft Exchange and Outlook to unify various communication media and aid in productivity.

Skype for Business are now included as part of Microsoft Office. To download Microsoft Office, please visit the ADAM page.

Skype For Business For Windows

Quick How-To

  • Add Contacts: Skype
  • Make and Receive a Video Call: Skype
  • Add Voice to an IM Conversation: Skype
  • Answer an Incoming Call: Skype
  • Change Your Current Status: Skype
  • Create a Whiteboard: Skype
  • Customize Meeting Access & Presenter Options: Skype
  • End/Exit the Meeting: 2013
  • Give Control to Others: 2013
  • Invite People who don’t have Skype for Business installed: Skype
  • Join a Scheduled Meeting or Conference Call: Skype
  • Make and Receive a Video Call : Skype
  • Record Conversations, Call, or Online Meetings: Skype
  • Schedule a Meeting or Conference Call: Skype
  • Send an Instant Message (IM): Skype
  • Set Audio Preferences: Skype
  • Set your Dial-in PIN: 2010
  • Share a PowerPoint Presentation: Skype
  • Share a Program: Skype
  • Share Your Desktop: Skype
  • Start an Unscheduled Meeting: Skype
  • Transfer a File: Skype
  • Use Presence to Determine Someone’s Availability: Skype