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Skype for Business: Overcoming the Biggest Migration and Management Challenges

Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Time: 2:00 pm ET/11:00 am PT
Duration: 30 minutes

More and more organizations are complementing or replacing their legacy telecom and UC systems with Microsoft Skype for Business (formerly Lync). This creates a number of significant migration and management challenges.

In this short, 30 minute webinar, a panel of leading Skype for Business experts will discuss these challenges and explain how to overcome them while ensuring a high level of ongoing success and service.

This session will answer the following key Skype for Business questions:
  • How can I simplify and speed the process of migrating to Skype for Business from my current telecom and UC systems?
  • Why do organizations fail in their migration projects, and how can I avoid a disaster?
  • What tools and services are available to help the migration and management process?
  • Is it possible to easily manage Skype for Business and legacy UC systems in the same environment?
  • How can I manage phone numbers (including toll-free numbers) and extensions in Skype for Business without spreadsheets or other costly, manual methods.
  • How can I provision and de-provision Skype for Business users using consistent, easy-to-use templates.
  • How can I enable tier 1 help desk agents to fully process Skype for Business related work tickets including on and off-boarding without assistance from IT or telecom engineers.
  • Much more

This is a must attend webinar for any telecom or IT professional currently using or planning to use Skype for Business.


Kevin Kieller, Partner, enableUC

Kevin Kieller is a partner with enableUC, a company that helps measure, monitor and improve UC and collaboration usage and adoption through a unique set of products and services, including the knowledge reinforcement tool Trivia Engine.

Kevin is a globally recognized expert in the areas of collaboration and unified communication, the author of the No Jitter “Living with Lync” column, host of the “Living with Lync” session each year at Enterprise Connect and is a member of the elite UC Strategies team.

Kevin has assisted numerous medium and large enterprises to identify the most appropriate UC&C solution based on a methodical process to identify and prioritize business objectives along with end users requirements, evaluate multiple viable options, and provide clear, concise recommendations along with achievable timelines and realistic budgets. After developing a strategy, Kevin is often asked to oversee the implementation of the strategy and he has happily done this for large Cisco UC and Lync deployments. Most recently Kevin has assisted a number of organizations to develop their UC&C practices and to define service offerings related to UC and collaboration.

Ståle Hansen, Microsoft MVP and CEO, Advania Norway

Ståle Hansen is a Microsoft MVP and CEO at Advania Norway. He regularly speaks at industry events such as Lync Conference, Nordic Infrastructure Conference, TechEd and Microsoft Ignite. He blogs at msunified.net, is part of the UC Architects podcast group and is a highly rated trainer. Since 2006 he has been implementing OCS, Lync and Skype for Business in diverse and challenging environments across verticals, mostly including Enterprise Voice. His core competence is to explain complex scenarios and make them understandable by combining technical insight and business value.

Teresa Dixon, Director of Product Management, Unimax

Teresa is responsible for defining, developing, and delivering product strategy for the company. Teresa joined Unimax in 1996. At Unimax, she has moved from lead technical engineering positions to managing various vendor business relationships to defining which products and services best meet the needs of the converged enterprise system management market. Prior to joining Unimax, Teresa spent 13 years at Unisys where she held lead positions in Engineering, Product Management, and Project Management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Math and Quantitative Methods from the University of St. Thomas.

Phil Moen, President and CEO, Unimax

Phil has twenty five years of experience and executive leadership in the software technology industry. Phil's wide expertise has provided direction to many parts of technology organizations from sales and delivery to the product management and development of complex telecommunication, production and inventory control systems. Phil's prior work includes many technological breakthroughs in thin client computing, user interface architecture and ergonomic usability. For the past 9 years, Phil has worked with his Unimax team to develop incredibly simple, self-trained UC tools which allow the entire employee chain to manage complex telephony environments across many telecom equipment and UC providers such as Avaya/Nortel, Cisco, Microsoft, AVST and others, whether that employee is a telecom professional, a help desk operator, or an end user.

Phil holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in general business, sales and marketing from St. Cloud State University, and is CPIM certified.


Michelle Burbick, Associate Editor, No Jitter; Program Coordinator, Enterprise Connect

Michelle Burbick is the Associate Editor and a blogger for No Jitter, UBM Tech's online community for news and analysis of the enterprise convergence/unified communications industry. In addition to writing, editing, and managing No Jitter, Michelle also serves the role of Program Coordinator for its affiliated industry event, Enterprise Connect, the largest independent conference and exposition devoted to the enterprise communications industry.

Prior to coming to No Jitter, Michelle worked as a writer and editor, producing content for technology companies for several years. In an agency environment, she worked with companies in the unified communications, data storage and IT security industries, and has developed content for some of the most prominent companies in the technology sector.