I have to admit, my first time of using a CLI based system was Linux, Redhat 7.3 to be precise so I do have a profound love for it.
One of the major factors in general is all about collaboration, that it a given, but not just communication, the foundation OS level also needs to get an ear full, providers usually code for a certain platform and it’s interesting to see that 30% of business are running a Linux based desktop (it’s free right, no brainer…).
Microsoft have to jump on that wagon and bringing their Teams platform to Linux is a huge step forward, granted the browser base works fine but it’s limited.. can anyone else hear the Slack team shifting nervously…
Couple the Linux Desktop with Teams and chuck in some 365 SaaS solutions and what have you got.. a happy end user.
Check out some details and hint’s I came over at the Uservoice forum below, it’s worth a penny or two in a read as it can open up a bit more potential going forward!
Ben is the creator of the "UC Tech Blog" and is a UC Consultant based in the UK. His background has focused on the Microsoft stack for the last 6 - 8 years including multiple roll outs of Lync 2010 and above.
This blog is intended to share the experiences and knowledge of Lync / Skype for Business and peripheral Microsoft technologies to help the end users and deployment engineers answer / share questions that we all may not be aware of.