WEBINAR REPLAY: Why You Need to Add Dial Tone (aka Direct Routing) to Microsoft Teams

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WEBINAR REPLAY: Why You Need to Add Dial Tone (aka Direct Routing) to Microsoft Teams

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Greg Zweig | Ribbon Communications
Greg Zweig
Director of Solutions Marketing,
Ribbon
In the past 4 months Microsoft Teams has become a critical tool for video calls, screen share, chat, and file sharing. Overnight, one of the biggest barriers to Teams adoption--getting users to use a piece of new technology--is gone. IT managers and CIOs suddenly have a trained user community, ready to use Teams to make and receive business phone calls. This is great news because IT organizations are under tremendous pressure to cut costs, so using Teams as the office phone system has the potential to eliminate dedicated PBX hardware and expensive service contracts.

This webinar will help IT and telecom staff understand Microsoft Teams Direct Routing:

  • What phone system features can Microsoft Teams deliver?
  • Direct Routing: Is it different from SIP Trunks?v
  • What is a Microsoft Certified SBC and why is one required?v
  • Can you keep your PBX and use Teams for phone calls?
  • How does Teams integrate with a contact center?
  • What Microsoft Office 365 licenses are required to use Direct Routing?
  • Do you need Teams phones?