Microsoft Skype Operations Framework Partner

The Microsoft Skype Operations Framework (SOF) is Microsoft’s multi-faceted approach for successful deployment of and migration to Skype for Business. As a SOF partner, PEI can guide you through the complete Skype for Business lifecycle of planning, deploying, and operating to ensure that Skype for Business is implemented and managed correctly for optimum performance. Microsoft chose PEI as one of only 14 initial SOF partners, recognizing PEI as a leader in delivering Microsoft Solutions. PEI is also one of the only SOF partners with packages targeted at the small to midsized organization.

Award-Winning Microsoft Gold Partner

PEI has been a Microsoft Gold Partner since 2005, and our engineers hold multiple Gold and Silver Microsoft Unified Communications Certifications. We focus our hiring efforts on mid- to senior-level engineers, housing a team with over 120 years of combined experience. We understand that every organization’s Unified Communications journey is unique, and we deliver value by working with you to understand your business objectives and mapping out your technology to enhance these goals.

PEI specializes in long-term relationships where each customer is vital to our success. All of our customers are “customers for life,” and we use our partnerships and experience to help them drive real business results. Read more about what our customers have to say about PEI. 

Skype for Business Video Transcript

I’m going to show you how to make a test call to check your audio quality in Microsoft Skype for Business. This can be useful if you’re unsure about your call quality or need to make sure that your audio device is set up properly.

On any of these tabs in Skype for Business, click on the Audio Device Icon in the bottom left corner. Scroll down and choose Check Call Quality.  A window will open for the test call. Follow the audio prompts to complete the call and see how you sound.

Hang up when you are done. If you don’t like how you sound, then you can check your Audio Device Settings by clicking on the Audio Device Icon, and choosing Audio Device Settings. Here you can change the settings of your device, and also make more test calls until you find the audio quality you are satisfied with.

If you click OK, Skype for Business will automatically save your audio device settings.

That’s how you make a test call in Microsoft Skype for Business.

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