Skype for Business Webinar
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How Skype for Business Can Improve Communication and Performance

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Check out Dataprise and Microsoft's webinar, “How Skype for Business Can Improve Communication and Performance,” to learn how Skype for Business can be your company’s go-to tool for secure and reliable communication.

In today’s more mobile world, people are constantly on the move, and having the ability to easily connect via video or instant message is essential to a company’s success. With Skype for Business, you can benefit from real-time communication and improved collaboration between teams.

Regardless of how your company has adopted Skype for Business, webinar presenter Evan Doty will discuss how you can achieve greater productivity and performance.

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Session Takeaways

During this session, you'll learn how Skype for Business:

  • Eliminates variable conferencing costs and move to a predictable per user cost model
  • Enables your teams to collaborate on content from anywhere
  • Improves service and customer care experience
  • Hosts virtual meetings and runs internal team meetings
  • Provides video, voice-over-IP, and instant messaging
  • Utilizes Cloud PBX and PSTN Calling from Microsoft
  • And more!


Meet the Presenter

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Evan Doty, Microsoft Systems Architect, Dataprise

Evan joined Dataprise in 2013 as a Project and Program Manager working on the Enterprise Services team. During his time on that team, he worked with a broad and diverse array of customers, led project implementations, assisted in developing information technology plans, and worked to ensure those plans were properly implemented. By the end of 2013, Evan began working as a Microsoft Systems Architect, first on the Strategic Partnerships team and now with Enterprise Design. In this role, he works closely with Microsoft and Dell, providing strategic guidance about new technologies and how best to implement them. Evan received his BA from Pitzer College, and his MS (Information Systems) from Claremont Graduate University.