Planning for Optimal Skype for Business Experience over Wi-Fi

In a mobile first, cloud first world, wireless is quickly becoming the basis of communications in the office, at home, and in public. Skype for Business provides a communication platform that helps you connect anywhere with the security, compliance, and control required in the enterprise environment. Moving to a wireless communications platform simplifies the infrastructure and reduces the overall cost. Successful enterprise wireless communication deployment requires careful planning following best practices, an understanding of the real-time communication workloads for audio and video, and appropriate QoS policy application.

This page provides the collective information to help you plan an optimal Skype for Business experience in a wireless world.

Getting Started

Microsoft’s approach to drive quality and agility into the wireless networks comes in three parts: end-to-end planning, best practices in deployment, and proactive maintenance and operations. This solution brief walks you through this process to ensure an enterprise class wireless Skype for Business experience.

Ensuring an Enterprise Class Wireless Skype for Business Experience

More information

Learn about Skype for Business certification.

For companies wishing to certify their Wi-Fi products, contact Ixia, a third-party vendor responsible for Skype for Business Wi-Fi certification:

To learn management of the network infrastructure for Lync Server 2010 and 2013, download: Network Planning, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting with Lync Server Updated version of Delivering Lync 2013 Real-Time Communications over Wi-Fi is included in this version.

If you are a vendor seeking to join the certification program, see How to Join for requirements and available programs.