SysTrack Skype for Business Assessment
The modern enterprise has many pillars upon which it is established and which are necessary for it to function. None of them however, are quite as crucial as the enterprises need for collaboration and communication. Every organization from the one-man freelance team to the multinational corporation has people who need to communicate with other people to complete the daily tasks required of them. As technology continues to develop and diffuse throughout every facet of business, the ways in which these organizations are required to communicate change as well. Small teams who routinely work with one another are no longer housed within the same physical workspace while the meetings and presentations that occur between companies require far fewer in person encounters. Currently leading the way for and promoting this digital-centric communication is Skype for Business, a unified platform for real-time chat, voice, video, and screen sharing. Unfortunately, every technology is bound to experience some growing pains. We here at Lakeside Software are offering a SysTrack Citrix Skype for Business Assessment that will help alleviate some these pains and is described below.
The traditional method of deploying the Skype for Business client is to locally deploy it to each of the hundreds if not thousands of endpoints that require it and ensure that it is correctly configured for each user. Not only is this approach exceedingly difficult to manage but it also lacks the control, security, and visibility required by the same enterprises that need the features provided by Skype for Business the most. Citrix has stepped up and chosen to address these concerns with their HDX RealTime Optimization Pack (RTOP). Developed with and endorsed by Microsoft, the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack allows Skype for Business to be published as a virtualized application or within a virtual desktop with the same performance as a local installation.
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