Curious if anyone has moved Voice services from another vendor to Microsoft Teams? We are considering a move this summer, we have very basic VoIP use cases, would be great to consolidate into a single hub such as MS Teams. Video conferencing might be next, but more complicated as we have Polycom room systems deployed around the world and are using another popular video collaboration platform.

Collaboration solutions, Tool Recommendation We were early users of SKYPE and then were early users of TEAMS.  I think (IMHO) Teams needs to mature a bit more before you migrate to it.   We were still having functionality issues with TEAMS and some basic conferencing controls that were in SKYPE were not "YET" implemented in TEAMS.... so why go to TEAMS.…  I would give it more time...  TEAMS is not SKYPE and TEAMS is not SharePoint.  Eventually TEAM will be better, but I would wait... perhaps another year (2021)

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We were early users of SKYPE and then were early users of TEAMS.  I think (IMHO) Teams needs to mature a bit more before you migrate to it.   We were still having functionality issues with TEAMS and some basic conferencing controls that were in SKYPE were not "YET" implemented in TEAMS.... so why go to TEAMS.…  I would give it more time...  TEAMS is not SKYPE and TEAMS is not SharePoint.  Eventually TEAM will be better, but I would wait... perhaps another year (2021)

Pulse User

Thanks Chris, if the pricing is better we may look at moving just the domestic phone calling from ring central to teams, but agree with the overall maturity of teams.

Pulse User

With the current available products in the market, Microsoft Teams is one of the strong contender in the given scenario above. While Voice being key attribute pretty stable, rest of the collaboration features has seen moving fast towards maturity levels. I hope they continue to work on cyber security area for this product at matching pace.