Tag Archives: Office365

Telstra Calling for Office 365 Announced.

Update 9/04/2017: I’ve spoken to Telstra in depth regarding licencing and they have clarified some of their earlier messaging around E3/E5 requirements. Long story short, you must have as many PSTN calling eligible licences (E3/E5) from the Telstra Apps Marketplace as users you are enabling for “Telstra PSTN Calling for Office 365” You can have… Read More »

The Jabra Speak 710 shows us how to make a good speaker phone

So as some of you might know I said in my last Speakerphone shootout that the Jabra Speak 510 came a close second to the Plantronics Calisto due to some small niggly issues.. Well it seems Jabra has listened to their feedback and have answered the call with the Speak 710   The Design Lets… Read More »

Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC in depth, Now with video!

Update 18/01/2018: Plantronics have posted an article going into the design process of the 8200 over here So, its after August 25th, the Embargo is lifted and I can finally talk to you about the Plantronics Voyager 8200 First off, Wow, It seems like my initial first impressions with the Plantronics Voyager 8200 were extremely… Read More »

First Impressions with the Plantronics 8200 UC and I’m in Love.

Update 18/01/2018: Plantronics have posted an article going into the design process of the 8200 over here Update: Full Review and video samples over here So I was lucky enough to play with a Plantronics 8200 UC during the Melbourne UC Meetup last night, thanks to Simon at Plantronics. The device is the logical evolution… Read More »

Office Online Server and Office Web Apps Server Fails to present when installed in non-default path

Another one I’ve been scratching my head for days on and finally found a fix. I cant take all the credit for this. One of my co-workers Chris helped find the solution along with some pointers from the TechNet forums over here Also turns out the sexy beast that is Ken Lasko ran into a… Read More »

Solved: Sign into Office365 hybrid management with SIP address

So I recently ran into a situation with a deployment where I needed to use my admin accounts UPN to sign into office365 instead of the tenant account, This works fine for hybrid up, until the point you cutover internal DNS to point to the internal infrastructure instead of Office365 Then, whenever you attempt to use… Read More »

How bad is the CVE-2017-8550 XSS exploit for Skype4B?

So for those of you who don’t have your ear on the #skype4B hash tag on twitter (and you should) nyxgeek released an exploit for the Skype4B 2016 and Lync 2103/Skype4B 2015  Click to Run Client, that exploits XSS to allow for remote website execution without user interaction on the receiving users machine. On the… Read More »

What does the new announcement regarding Skype4B online ports mean anyway?

So you might have seen the recent announcement regarding Skype for Business online port requirements changing, if not take a quick stop by Thomas Binder’s article over on the MS Tech Community.   First off, this change only affects users homed in Skype for Business Online (IE, Office365) So if you’re running an On-Prem or… Read More »

Install Windows 10 Creators Update on Surface Hub

Looking to get the latest from your Surface Hub? Microsoft has released the Creators Update for Surface Hub for multiple regions. To speed up the installation process you can download the update manually. Note: This update doesn’t include the new Whiteboard. That’s an App in the Windows Store and hasn’t been made available yet. Note:… Read More »