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 We deliver our trainings through Microsoft Skype for Business. It is different from normal Skype. 

Skype for Business, formerly known as Microsoft Lync Server, is a unified communications (UC) platform that integrates common channels of business communication including instant messaging (IM), VoIP (voice over IP), file transfer, Web conferencing, voice mail and email.

Microsoft acquired Skype in 2011 and changed Lync's name to Skype for Business in 2015. Changes include a new client interface, a new server release and updates to the UC service in Office 365. Skype for Business can be used for communications within an organization, between multiple organizations and with external individuals.

The normal Skype provide voice and vedio communication as well as screen sharing. But the user screen controlling feature is not available in Skype. Following are some additional features are as follows:

Make user as presenter or attendee.

  • Skype for business is a web conferencing tool and a meeting have upto 250 attendee at a time.
  • Give keyboard/mouse control to attendee or presenter.
  • Good voice and video quality.