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The Skinny on Skype for Business and Teams

As expected, at Ignite, Microsoft announced their plans around Skype for Business (SfB) and Teams at this session: https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/56548.

Here is what you need to know:

Skype for Business Server will continue and evolve stand-alone product. Brand new refresh of main stream support expected in Q4 of 2018 Will also refresh the SfB client during this time Microsoft will continue invest in voice features Will include Team integration in hybrid Skype for Business Online (SfBO) Features will be available in Teams, and over time the Teams Client will become the client for Users to Consume all Communication and Collaboration Features Features include IM, Presence, Calling, Conferencing, Meetings, Contact & Conversation . . . → Read More: The Skinny on Skype for Business and Teams

Skype for Business Online PowerShell Throttling Limits

As many ITPro’s have found out through remote PowerShell scripting against Exchange Online, there are limits. 

The same holds true for Skype for Business Online when using the Skype for Business Online Windows PowerShell Module. These are often an issue when scripting across thousands of objects.  For example, applying a SfBO policy to 15,000 user objects.

The throttling limits are very similar to that in Exchange Online. From experience, here are the hard limits:

3 concurrent sessions per credential used to connect 10 concurrent sessions per tenant Throttle Limits for Resources and Types of Resources A resource is an object, or a type of object such as a Policy, . . . → Read More: Skype for Business Online PowerShell Throttling Limits