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Many companies use Microsoft Lync as a communications tool both internally and for hosting virtual client meetings. We've seen quite a few improvements made to Lync; however, earlier this year, Microsoft announced that Lync would be replaced with Skype for Business.
Microsoft rolled out Skype for Business this week on April 14th, and all Microsoft Lync users are eligible for the upgrade, both Lync Online and for Lync Server. Since then, we've heard several inquiries on how upgrading to Skype for Business works. We hope that this guide helps Lync Online users in the upgrade process.
And that's the process – pretty simple!
Note that if for any reason you do want your system to revert to the old Lync user interface in order to delay the roll-out, or if you need more time to make your staff aware of the change, you can do so by following the instructions in this article. We do recommend using caution when applying this change as it is a more advanced process.
Click here for more information on the new features of Skype for Business. Feel free to let us know how you like the new Skype for Business in the comments below!