Posts Tagged ‘QoS’

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Plan Your Network in Microsoft Teams (2019) – Part 6

Welcome back to the last blog in the “Plan Your Network in Microsoft Teams” series! Last time we talked about the process of connecting to Office 365 over the internet. In this article, we’ll discuss  peering, QoS, and some tools to assist you in planning your network for Microsoft Teams. So without further ado let’s […]

Voice quality in Microsoft Teams – Why you should care! — Part 1

Voice quality is surprisingly something that is often overlooked when an organization wants to move their voice infrastructure to the cloud. I’ve worked for multiple customers over the past two years where some have been well equipped to handle the media traffic whereas others were missing some of the vital pieces that proved to be […]

Controlling Skype4B Application Sharing Bandwidth

In a previous blog post I talked about how administrators and architects should place more emphasis on planning for application sharing bandwidth in their Skype4B deployments.  Armed with that information, the next logical progression of this blog series continues the focus on application sharing and discusses the available methods within Skype4B to manage and control […]

Configuring Quality of Service for Lync Online

In my previous post, I covered the importance of QoS for Lync Online. In this article we will cover how to configure these QoS settings for Windows-based workstations using Group Policy. We will also review a few ways how to verify that your QoS GPO settings have taken affect properly on a workstation. *Note – These QoS […]

Lync Online – The Importance of Quality of Service

One of the main topics that often surrounds the Office 365 Lync Online solution is how to provide the best Lync experience for end users. Since Lync Online is hosted in the cloud, Lync Online users rely heavily on their Internet connection for the majority of their experience. There are a number of areas to […]

So you want UC… what about your network?

When it comes to a Unified Communications (UC) solution, one of the things you may hear in your research is that UC will “bring your network to its knees” or that UC will necessitate an investment in large amounts of wide area network (WAN) bandwidth.  While certain UC modalities (video or application sharing) will take more […]