Author: Jason Wynn

Microsoft is hard-wired into Jason’s DNA – Jason Wynn is a Principal Technology Strategist at Content and Cloud in the United Kingdom. He is an Office Apps & Services MVP with nearly two decades of experience with Microsoft Intelligent Communications including Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, and Office 365. In addition to his day job, Jason also runs Microsoft Cloud User Group in London and Birmingham, the annual Evolve Conference, a successful blog, and co-host of All About 365 Podcast. He loves sharing his knowledge with those inside the industry and covering anyone who hasn’t already seen the light.

What is a Virtual Server?

by Jason Wynn

Using virtual machines (VM) and virtual servers is no new task. We have been working with the concept of providing time-sharing solutions since the late 1960s and early 1970s. This was because the cost of using mainframe computers was extortionate and logically it made more economical sense to utilize time sharing. With the release of… Read More

What is a DHCP Server?

by Jason Wynn

  A DHCP Server is a network device that automatically assigns IP addresses and other network settings to endpoints. DHCP servers have simplified networking since the early 1990s, providing IT admins with the ability to automate IP address assignment. The world of manually assigning static IP addresses to network devices is a thing of the… Read More

What is Microsoft 365? Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Subscription Service to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Other Services and Applications

by Jason Wynn

Microsoft 365 is a subscription service that brings the latest Office desktop apps together with cloud apps and services like file storage, security, collaboration, and productivity, including Microsoft Teams, Lists, SharePoint, Exchange, Planner, OneDrive, and much more. Microsoft 365 is available in plans for personal users, families, businesses, and large enterprises. Microsoft 365 includes apps… Read More

3CX Teams Integration

by Jason Wynn

Historically when integrating with Microsoft Teams voice you would need to work with Microsoft to migrate your own telephone numbers to Microsoft and use their calling plans.  The other option is to create a direct route, implement your own session boarder controller (SBC) or a hosting provider session boarder controller and then link this to… Read More

Understanding and Configuring Operator Connect for Microsoft Teams

by Jason Wynn

During Microsoft Ignite 2021, Voices matter: Reconnect with Microsoft Teams Calling, Microsoft introduced a new technology that allows for connectivity from other telephone providers into Microsoft Teams called Operator Connect.  You might be thinking, “we’ve been doing that for years?!” and you’d be right.  Partners and customers have been able to integrate Session Border Controllers… Read More

The World’s Most Comprehensive Teams to Teams Migration Checklist

Whether you have just started thinking about migration or have already begun to move, our Microsoft Teams Migration Checklist can help guide you through the different phases for a Teams migration to another tenant.

This detailed six-step guide will walk you through key decision points while also providing more prescriptive best practice recommendations where appropriate.

Discover key insights for the following phases of a Teams migration: 

  • Discovery
  • Pilot
  • Planning
  • Communication
  • Execution
  • Validation

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