I am spending this week with the IR team at Microsoft Ignite, the biggest Microsoft show on the planet. Today IR was pleased to announce Prognosis UC Assessor is the first Microsoft certified solution for Skype for Business Online Network Assessment in the Skype for Business IT Pro Tools partner program.
“Skype for Business cloud voice and meeting capabilities in Office 365 transform the way businesses communicate, providing a complete, cost-effective, enterprise-grade communications solution at global scale. We created Skype Operations Framework to provide customers and partners with world-class guidance and toolsets that ensure operational excellence when implementing and managing Skype for Business in the cloud”, said Levon Esibov, Partner Program Manager Skype for Business at Microsoft. “Skype Operations Framework Partners will play a critical role in helping customers plan, deliver and operate Skype for Business successfully, and we're pleased that IR is the first partner certified by Microsoft to offer a network assessment software solution for Skype for Business Online.“
IR Prognosis UC Assessor is an automated network readiness assessment and testing solution for Skype for Business that helps organizations ensure a positive user experience across voice, video, and application sharing, before and during deployment and migration. Allowing organizations to evaluate, troubleshoot, and prepare their networks for Skype for Business performance and quality, aligned with the new Skype Operations Framework for successful planning, delivery, and operation of a modern Skype for Business solution.
Prognosis UC Assessor is a 100% software based solution without the need for network probes, so deployment and getting started is quick, generating insights within minutes of installation across multiple sites within your environment. Below are a couple of screen grabs showing a real-life demo running here at Ignite, assessing Skype for Business Online from our booth #2348.
If you're at Ignite drop by booth #2348 for a live demo. Alternatively read the full news release or head over to the Prognosis UC Assessor webpages.