Common calling features
Transfer, hold, and resume calls with a single touch. Let your assistant receive calls on your behalf. Answer calls for other people on your team when they’re unavailable.
Take advantage of built-in voice mail, integrated with Exchange, to quickly respond to missed calls.
Encryption by default
Protect your privacy and your intellectual property with built-in encryption, enabled by default. No VPN needed.
USB & Bluetooth peripherals
Enhance your experience with high-quality audio headsets, speakerphones, and Bluetooth devices. Certified accessories support Plug and Play capabilities and rich audio and video features to meet all your needs.
Desk & conference phones
Recently announced Microsoft Teams-powered desk and conference room phones delivered by our partners bring new benefits to calling with Teams with a range of high-quality, cost-effective and purpose-built phones for customers of all sizes.
Meeting room systems
Extend Teams to every meeting room with an all-in-one collaborative device—Microsoft Surface Hub—and rich audio and HD video, center-of-room control and one-touch join with Skype Room Systems from Crestron, HP, Lenovo, Logitech and Polycom.
Host audio, video, and web conferences with anyone inside or outside your organization. Get features like scheduling assistance, note taking, desktop sharing, uploading files, and chat messaging.
For big meetings, go live with Skype Meeting Broadcast. Host webinars, all-hands meetings, and other one-to-many presentations with up to 10,000 attendees internal or external to your organization.
Extend Microsoft Teams with one-touch join to every meeting space with Microsoft Surface Hub and Skype Room Systems from our partners Logitech, Crestron, Polycom, Lenovo and HP.
Cloud video interoperability
BlueJeans, Pexip, and Polycom are delivering video interoperability solutions that seamlessly connect H.323 compatible videoconferencing devices to Microsoft Teams meetings.
Join meetings from a phone or use Microsoft Teams to dial anybody directly. Meetings include a dial-in number spanning 400+ cities across the globe, making it easier for people on the go or without Internet.