Skype y Microsoft Advertising Crean Una Verdadera Conexión Con Consumidores!

¡Microsoft Advertising oficialmente estrena publicidad de Skype en 17 países de Latinoamérica (además de su matriz  de ventas regional en Miami), por primera vez, empezando en Abril 2012!


Argentina Chile
Colombia Mexico
Venezuela Peru
Uruguay Latin America HQ (Miami)
Bolivia Costa Rica
Dominican Republic Ecuador
El Salvador Guatemala
Honduras Panama
Paraguay Trinidad & Tobago

Haz click aquipara ver nuestro video promocional de Skype.Skype es una herramienta de comunicaciones global que ayuda a conectar las personas alrededor del mundo a través de llamadas de voz y video, mensajes, conferencias y más. Como parte de Microsoft, extenderemos la marca mundial de Skype y el alcance de la red de su plataforma, mientras que al mismo tiempo, mejoraremos los productos y servicios actuales de Microsoft, incluyendo Lync, Outlook, Windows Live, Hotmail, Windows Phone, Xbox Live y Kinect.  Seguir leyendo “Skype y Microsoft Advertising Crean Una Verdadera Conexión Con Consumidores!”

Skype Doubles Down with 10-Person Video Chat

Skype announced today that the latest beta version of Skype 5.0 would up the ante in terms of group video chat, as well as introduce a more stable and sleeker experience for its Windows users.

When the company first introduced group chat in May, it limited the number of participants to five, but now it has doubled that number to 10.

This limitation was one of the primary things we focused on when we looked at the new feature, which we immediately compared to free, Web-based services like Tiny Chat. Seguir leyendo “Skype Doubles Down with 10-Person Video Chat”

Skype Tries Its Hand at VoIP for Business

Skype has formally announced its newest product for business users, Skype Connect.

Skype Connect, formally Skype SIP, is Skype’s (Skype) play at the IP-enabled PBX and Unified Communications (UC) market. With Skype Connect, businesses can now integrate the service into their existing PBX systems.

In addition to making outgoing calls at Skype rates from desktop phones, Skype Connect also lets businesses receive phone calls from other Skype users, landline or mobile phones, or from other phones on the corporate PBX. Also, Skype Connect can be configured to route calls to mobile numbers.

Skype is one of the most visible players in the consumer VoIP space, but it has a much smaller presence in the business world.

Skype first launched its Skype Connect Beta in March 2009, and according to its business blog now has more than 2,400 global customers. That’s not a bad start, but it pales when compared to some of the bigger players in this field.

Skype also faces stiff competition, not just from companies like Cisco — which has its own IP-PBX offerings — but from startups in the same space, including offers SIP Trunking for businesses that want a cost-effective, in-house IP-PBX, and its Phonebooth Free and Phonebooth OnDemand products directly target SMBs. Seguir leyendo “Skype Tries Its Hand at VoIP for Business”