MySkypeOffice Launches Into Beta

Photo of author

Matt Smollinger

MySkypeOffice is a new product that looks to bridge the gap between the home and enterprise versions of Skype.

MySkypeOffice is a new service that aims to make SMB more productive while utilizing an existing technology. Features like call attendant, dial by voice, linking multiple accounts into departments, and many other features are now going to be available to the SMB market. MySkypeOffice ties this all to your existing Skype account, which it uses for the phone technology.

Skype is one of the original cloud services, providing VoIP phone services by harnessing a custom built P2P network, similar to BitTorrent. Skype however has been very focused on improving two markets: home and enterprise. MySkypeOffice is hoping to bridge that gap. The feature-set includes additional items like custom hold music, recording calls, call screening, virtual fax, and local inbound and toll numbers.

MySkypeOffice is currently in an invitation-only beta. You can read about the service and sign up for the beta on their website.

Related posts

Slacker Announces On-Demand Radio

Slacker has launched a new option providing on-demand access to specific songs and albums.

Google Transforms Android Market

Google has rebranded the Android Market as Google play.

Blue Coat Takes Security To The Cloud

Blue Coat has announced a new cloud service platform for its security products.